New York 1819 Speaker of the Assembly, Ballot 4

Office:
Speaker of the Assembly (State)
Title:
Speaker of the Assembly
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
New York 1819 Speaker of the Assembly, Ballot 4
Date:
1819
State:
New York
Type:
Legislative
Iteration:
Fourth Ballot
Office/Role:
Speaker of the Assembly/Speaker of the Assembly
Candidates:
Obadiah German, William Thompson, William A. Duer, J. R. Van Rensselaer, J.V.N. Yates, blank
Candidates: Obadiah GermanWilliam ThompsonWilliam A. DuerJ. R. Van RensselaerJ.V.N. Yatesblank
Affiliation:ClintonianAnti-ClintonianFederalist
Final Result: 524317101
Assembly[1]524317101

Notes:

[1]"117 members met, (nine absent) and after being qualified, proceeded to ballot for the choice of a speaker; --but after four separate ballotings, there being no choice, on motion of Mr. Oakley, the members adjourned to 11 o'clock to-morrow morning." The Albany Gazette (Albany, NY). January 7, 1819.

References:

The Albany Gazette (Albany, NY). January 7, 1819.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). January 8, 1819.
The New-York Columbian (New York, NY). January 9, 1819.
Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). January 12, 1819.
Orange County Patriot; or, the Spirit of Seventy-Six (Goshen, NY). January 12, 1819.
Troy Post (Troy, NY). January 12, 1819.
The Observer (Schoharie, NY). January 13, 1819.
Pittsfield Sun (Pittsfield, MA). January 13, 1819.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). January 15, 1819.
Orange County Patriot; or, the Spirit of Seventy-Six (Goshen, NY). January 19, 1819.

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