Massachusetts 1803 State Senate, York County, Second Ballot
- State Senate (State)
- State Senator
- Massachusetts 1803 State Senate, York County, Second Ballot
- Second Ballot
- State Senate/State Senator
- Simon Frye, Richard Foxwell Cutts
|Candidates:||Simon Frye||Richard Foxwell Cutts|
|Final Result: ||152||76|
"York County, one vacancy, Messrs. Cutts and Frye were the candidates. The whole number of votes was 228--necessary to a choice 115; Mr. Frye had 15 [sic] votes and was chosen." Columbian Minerva (Dedham, MA). May 31, 1803.
"York--One Ballot 2 vacancy. Candidates, Hon. SIMON FRYE and RICHARD F. CUTTS, Esq. Mr. Frye had 152 votes and was chosen. Mr. Cutts 76. Federal majority 76. The election in this instance is considered as unequivocal evidence of the strength of Federalism in the Legislature." New-England Palladium (Boston, MA). May 27, 1803.
"Extract of a letter from our Correspondent at Boston, dated 26th April [sic], 1803. 'In the afternoon, the Senate and House met in Convention to fill the vacancies in the Senate ... In York, Mr. Frye was the federal, and Richard F. Cutts the democratic candidate. Frye had 152 votes, and Cutts 76. This was the fairest trial of the strength of the legislature when convened together, and gives us a federal majority of two to one.'" New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). May 30, 1803.
The Independent Chronicle (Boston, MA). May 26, 1803.
New-England Palladium (Boston, MA). May 27, 1803.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). May 28, 1803.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). May 30, 1803.
Columbian Minerva (Dedham, MA). May 31, 1803.
Frederick-Town Herald (Fredericktown, MD). June 11, 1803.
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