Pennsylvania 1824 U.S. Senate
- U.S. Senate (Federal)
- U.S. Senator
- Pennsylvania 1824 U.S. Senate
- First Ballot
- U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
- John Sergeant, William Marks, Samuel D. Ingham, James Todd, Thomas Burnside, Molton C. Rogers, William Darlington, Rees Hill, Daniel Montgomery, George B. Porter, John Gardner, John Tod, David Scott, Isaac D. Barnard, Albert Gallatin, Joel B. Sutherland, Jacob Holgate, Isaac Weaver, William Wilkins
|Candidates:||John Sergeant||William Marks||Samuel D. Ingham||James Todd||Thomas Burnside||Molton C. Rogers||William Darlington||Rees Hill||Daniel Montgomery||George B. Porter||John Gardner||John Tod||David Scott||Isaac D. Barnard||Albert Gallatin||Joel B. Sutherland||Jacob Holgate||Isaac Weaver||William Wilkins|
|Final Result: ||24||19||15||11||9||6||6||6||6||5||5||5||4||3||3||2||1||1||1|
"On Tuesday last at 12 o'clock the Senators and Representatives met in the Representatives hall, when the following votes were given... A motion of Mr. Harrington, to adjourn the convention until the second Monday of January, failed, and the motion of Mr. Baker to adjourn until Friday next, was agreed to."
"The two houses assembled on Tuesday last, in the Chamber of the House of Representatives, for the purpose of electing a Senator to represent this state in the Senate of the United States. After three ineffectual votes, the Convention adjourned until Friday, at 12 o'clock. The following is a statement of the votes given for each of the candidates."
"On Tuesday the 14th inst. both Houses of the Pennsylvania Legislature met in Convention, to elect a member of the U.S. Senate, in the room of the Hon. Walter Lowrie, whose term of service will expire on the 4th of March next. Three ballotings took place, as follows... No choice being made, the convention adjourned to meet on Friday."
William Marks would eventually be elected on the 32nd ballot in February of 1825.
The Examiner (Washington, PA), The Democratic Press (Philadelphia, PA) and The Reporter (Washington, PA) list William Marks with 18 votes.
The Crawford Messenger (Meadville, PA) lists William Marks with 13 votes.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). December 14, 1824.
The Democratic Press (Philadelphia, PA). December 16, 1824.
Harrisburg Chronicle (Harrisburg, PA). December 16, 1824.
Poulson's American Daily Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). December 17, 1824.
Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA). December 21, 1824.
Baltimore Patriot and Mercantile Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). December 22, 1824.
Village Record, or Chester and Delaware Federalist (West Chester, PA). December 22, 1824.
Bradford Settler (Towanda, PA). December 23, 1824.
The Examiner (Washington, PA). December 25, 1824.
The Reporter (Washington, PA). December 27, 1824.
Crawford Messenger (Meadville, PA). December 30, 1824.
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