Massachusetts 1816 Selectman, Boston
- Selectman (Town)
- Massachusetts 1816 Selectman, Boston
- First Ballot
- Turner Phillips, George G. Lee, John Bray, Joseph Lovering, Joseph Austin, Jonathan Hunewell, Robert Williams, Ebenezer Oliver, Charles Bullfinch, Elisha Ticknor, Thomas W. Sumner, Josiah Marshall, James Robinson, Richard Chamberlain, William Hammatt
|Candidates:||Turner Phillips||George G. Lee||John Bray||Joseph Lovering||Joseph Austin||Jonathan Hunewell||Robert Williams||Ebenezer Oliver||Charles Bullfinch||Elisha Ticknor||Thomas W. Sumner||Josiah Marshall||James Robinson||Richard Chamberlain||William Hammatt|
|Affiliation:||supported by both parties||supported by both parties||supported by both parties||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist||Federalist|
|Final Result: ||2015||2005||2000||1162||1161||1160||1159||1151||1101||960||866||861||854||852||852|
|Town of Boston||2015||2005||2000||1162||1161||1160||1159||1151||1101||960||866||861||854||852||852|
"Two lists of Selectmen were voted for, one agreed upon at a Federal Meeting, the other at a democratic caucus, but both composed of Federalist." Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). March 13, 1816.
"In the choice of Selectmen yesterday, the whole number of votes given was 2025, necessary to have a choice 1013." Boston Daily Advertiser (Boston, MA). March 12, 1816.
The Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA) lists 2025 votes for John Bray.
The New-England Palladium and Commercial Advertiser (Boston, MA) lists 860 votes for Elisha Ticknor.
Boston Daily Advertiser (Boston, MA). March 12, 1816.
New-England Palladium and Commercial Advertiser (Boston, MA). March 12, 1816.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). March 13, 1816.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). March 15, 1816.
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