Listed below are the honoraria of some senators who declined to disclose all of their speaking fees to the Washington Post's Honoraria Scorecard during the last year.

This chart is based on congressional financial disclosure statements released in May.

Senator Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)

Agriculture,

Nutrition, and Forestry;

Energy and Natural Resources;

Foreign Relations;

Rules and Administration committees

1989 Honoraria.................................................

$2,000 from Philip Morris Inc., Jan. 5

$1,000 from Texas Gas Transmission Corp., Jan. 6

$1,500 from IBM, Jan. 6

$2,000 from the Fertilizer Institute, Jan.9

$2,000 from Ashland Oil, Jan. 9

$250 from Homebuilders Association of Kentucky, Jan. 18

$2,000 from Interstate Natural Gas Association, Jan. 18

$2,000 from RJR Nabisco Inc., Jan. 26

$2,000 from the Tobacco Institute, Jan. 31

$1,000 from Distilled Spirits Council, Feb. 6

$2,000 from Smokeless Tobacco Council, Feb. 6

$1,000 from Gold & Liebengood Inc., Feb. 7

$2,000 from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., Feb. 7

$2,000 from U.S. Tobacco Co., Feb. 7

$2,000 from Natural Gas Supply Association, Feb. 8

$2,000 from American Iron & Steel Institute, Feb. 27

$2,000 from American Horse Council Inc., Feb. 28

$1,000 from Association of American Railroads, Feb. 28

$2,000 from CSX Corp., March 1

$1,250 from the Refractories Institute, March 16

$1,000 from National Soybean Processors Association, May 4

$2,000 from Global USA Inc., May 4

$2,000 from Outdoor Advertising Association of America, May 4

$2,000 from the Beer Institute, May 17

$1,000 from Edison Electric Institute, July 14

$1,000 from National Forest Products Association, Oct. 19

.....................................Total 1988 Honoraria

..................................................$38,500

Senator Sam Nunn (D-Ga.)

Armed Services;

Governmental Affairs;

Select Intelligence;

Small Business

$500 from The Washington Post, Jan. 20

$2,000 from BellSouth, Jan. 27

$2,000 from McNair Law Firm, Feb. 7

$2,000 from Washington Discussion Group, Feb. 21

$200 from The Washington Post, March 3

$2,000 from International Paper Co., March 6

$2,000 from First Boston Lecture Series, March 6

$2,000 from American Business Conference, April 4

$3,000 from Emory University, May 15

$2,000 from A.B. Laffer & Associates, June 2

$2,000 from Chicago Rsearch & Trade Group, June 8

$1,500 from International Foreign Policy Institute, June 13

$2,000 from National Restaurant Association, June 16

$75 from the New York Times, June 19

$2,000 from American Insurance Association, July 13

$2,000 from Forum 101, Aug. 3

$2,000 from American Business Conference, Sept. 12

$150 from The Washington Post, Sept. 13

$500 from U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Sept. 14

$200 from The Washington Post, Sept. 19

$2,000 from Lloyd Hand Group, Oct. 4

$2,000 from American Movers Conference, Oct. 7

$2,000 from National Issues Forum, Oct. 17

$2,000 from Canadian Institute for International Affairs, Oct. 30

$2,000 from American Stock exchange, Oct. 31

$2,000 from European Parliament Members, Nov. 2

$2,000 from Gannett Outdoor Sales, Dec. 11

.....................................Total 1988 Honoraria

..................................................$46,950

Senator William V. Roth Jr. (R-Del.)

Banking, Housing and

Urban Affairs;

Finance;

GovernmentalAffairs;

JointEconomic

$2,000 from American Bankers Association, March 3

$2,000 from Sweetners Users Association, March 16

$1,000 from TransAmerica Corp., March 17

$2,000 from American Association of Equipment Lessors, April 5

$1,000 from SRI International Corporate Group, April 25

$1,000 from Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, May 23

$2,000 from Merrill Lynch International Advisory Council, May 24

$1,000 from Foreign Policy Association/Business Week, June 5

$2,000 from Chemical Manufacturers Association Forum, June 15

$2,000 from National Subacute Care Association, June 30

$3,000 from East-West Center/Yomiuri Shimbun Symposium, Aug. 25

$2,000 from Chevron Inc., Sept. 7

$2,000 from Smokeless Tobacco Council, Sept. 14

$2,000 from Reinsurance Association of America, Sept. 14

$2,000 from Coalition Against Regressive Taxation, Sept. 21

$769 from French & Co., Sept. 26

$1,000 from Toyota Co., Oct. 3

$2,000 from International Management & Development Institute, Oct. 6

$2,000 from International Mergers Aquisition Conference/Business Week, Oct.6

$100 from the Wall Street Journal, Oct. 16

$2,000 from Salomon Brothers, Oct. 23

$2,000 from Champion International Corp., Oct. 24

$2,000 from Financial Executives Institute, Nov. 1

$1,000 from Consumer Bankers' Association, Nov. 13

$1,000 from Invest to Compete Alliance, Dec. 13

$2,000 from American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Dec. 21

.....................................Total 1988 Honoraria

..................................................$19,183

NOTE: Some members give a portion or all of their honoraria to charity. Senators may retain up to 40 percent of their congressional pay in honoraria. Compiled by Ralph Gaillard Jr. -- The Washington Post