Pennsylvania 1824 U.S. Senate, Ballot 7
- U.S. Senate (Federal)
- U.S. Senator
- Pennsylvania 1824 U.S. Senate, Ballot 7
- Seventh Ballot
- U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
- William Marks, Thomas Burnside, John Sergeant, Molton C. Rogers, Samuel D. Ingham, Joel B. Sutherland
|Candidates:||William Marks||Thomas Burnside||John Sergeant||Molton C. Rogers||Samuel D. Ingham||Joel B. Sutherland|
|Final Result: ||52||41||22||5||4||3|
"When the result of the 4th vote was declared by the President, a motion was made for adjournment, and lost--after the 5th vote a similar motion was made; the second Monday in January, Monday next, tomorrow at 12 o'clock was named--the last mentioned time was agreed upon." United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). December 14, 1824.
William Marks would eventually be elected on the 32nd ballot in February of 1825.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). December 14, 1824.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). December 17, 1824.
The Democratic Press (Philadelphia, PA). December 20, 1824.
Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA). December 21, 1824.
Crawford Messenger (Meadville, PA). December 23, 1824.
The Examiner (Washington, PA). December 25, 1824.
Village Record, or Chester and Delaware Federalist (West Chester, PA). December 29, 1824.
Crawford Messenger (Meadville, PA). December 30, 1824.
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