Simon Magwood is elected, however he was not allowed to qualify because he held the disqualifying office of director of the Charleston branch of the United States Bank.
This election was held to replace James Reid Pringle, who had resigned his seat upon appointment as United States Collector of the port of Charleston prior to the second session.
Southern Patriot, and Commercial Advertiser (Charleston, SC). June 9, 1819.
Charleston Courier (Charleston, SC). June 10, 1819.
City Gazette and Commercial Advertiser (Charleston, SC). June 10, 1819.
Biographical Directory of the South Carolina State Senate. Vol. 3. 1845.
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