New Jersey 1800 Assembly, Monmouth County
- Assembly (State)
- New Jersey 1800 Assembly, Monmouth County
- New Jersey
- First Ballot
- Joseph Stillwell, David Gordon, William Lloyd, James Cox, Edward Taylor, James Willets, William E. Imlay
|Candidates:||Joseph Stillwell||David Gordon||William Lloyd||James Cox||Edward Taylor||James Willets||William E. Imlay|
|Final Result: ||1085||1077||905||815||814||260||7|
The Guardian; or, New-Brunswick Advertiser (New Brunswick, NJ) uses the spelling Stilwell for Joseph Stillwell and Willet for James Willets.
According to The Newark Gazette (Newark, NJ), James Willets and William E. Imlay declined election.
"William Lloyd, Joseph Stilwell, and David Gordon, Esqrs assembly, all federal men, are elected." Guardian; or, New-Brunswick Advertiser (New Brunswick, NJ). October 22, 1800.
"Returns from the Counties of Monmouth, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, and Cape-May, we have not as yet seen, but there can not be much doubt of their furnishing federal members, almost to a man." The Genius of Liberty (Morristown, NJ). October 23, 1800.
Original Election Returns. New Jersey State Library, Trenton.
Guardian; or, New-Brunswick Advertiser (New Brunswick, NJ). October 22, 1800.
The Genius of Liberty (Morristown, NJ). October 23, 1800.
The Newark Gazette (Newark, NJ). October 28, 1800.
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