The Indiana Gazette, The Supporter (Chillicothe, OH) and The Miami Herald (Hamilton, OH) list William A. Trimble with 46 votes, Thomas Worthington with 39 votes and John Hamm with 4 votes.
"W.A. Trimble of Highland County, Ohio, is elected a Senator in Congress for six years from and after the 3rd of March next, when will expire the term of Mr. Morrow, who declines re-election. There were three ballots before an election by the Legislature, the results of which were as follows:" National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). February 12, 1819.
"An election was held of a successor to Jeremiah Morrow as U.S. Senator. Gov. Worthington was the logical candidate of the Republicans, being by far their ablest and most influential man, but the factions of the party were at work against him, and united on Col. William A. Trimble of Hillsboro, who represented that section in the State Senate, and whose only qualification for the office was that he had been frightfully wounded in the battle of Fort Erie a few years before." The Old Northwest Geneaological Quarterly. April, 1903. 34.
The Supporter (Chillicothe, OH). February 3, 1819.
The Miami Herald (Hamilton, OH). February 9, 1819.
National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). February 12, 1819.
The Indiana Gazette (Corydon, IN). February 20, 1819.
Taylor, William A. Ohio Statesmen and Annals of Progress: From the year 1788 to the year 1900. Columbus, OH: Press of the Westbote, 1899. 93.
The Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly. (April, 1903) 34.
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