Massachusetts 1819 U.S. House of Representatives, Eastern District #4, Ballot 3

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Massachusetts 1819 U.S. House of Representatives, Eastern District #4, Ballot 3
Third Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Martin Kingsley, John Wilson, Leonard Jarvis, William D. Williamson, Jacob MacGaw, David Pelham, scattering
Candidates: Martin Kingsley[1]John WilsonLeonard JarvisWilliam D. WilliamsonJacob MacGawDavid Pelhamscattering
Final Result: [2]139166153411150
District of Eastern Four139166153411150
Hancock County612422----104
Town of Belfast2875-----
Town of Belmont5322-----
Town of Blue Hill326----3
Town of Brooks1814-----
Town of Brooksville25-----14
Town of Bucksport14693---2
Town of Castine13102---40
Town of Eden11-1----
Town of Ellsworth132----15
Town of Frankfurt4211---26
Town of Gouldsborough344-----
Town of Jackson177-----
Town of Knox27------
Lincoln Plantation[3]-------
Town of Monroe475-----
Town of Mount Desert15------
Town of Orland[4]-------
Town of Penobscot28-----1
Town of Prospect6611-----
Town of Searsmont168-----
Town of Sedgwick34171---2
Town of Sullivan[5]-------
Town of Surry31-----
Town of Swanville2811-----
Town of Thorndike35------
Town of Trenton21------
Penobscot County52478----39
Town of Atkinson914-----
Town of Bangor3417-411-
Town of Brewer30131---3
Town of Carmel44----6
Town of Corinth212-----
Town of Dexter411-----
Town of Dixmont332----4
Town of Eddington14------
Town of Exeter276-----
Town of Foxcroft183-----
Town of Garland202-----
Town of Guilford34------
Town of Hampden417-----
Town of Hermon101-----
Town of Levant63----1
Town of New Charlestown344-----
Town of Newburg207-----
Town of Newport55-1----
Town of Orrington33-----16
Town of Sangerville1413-----
Town of Sebec47------
No. 1 3rd Range8-----9
No. 3 3rd Range14------
Washington County255161----1
Town of Addison[6]-------
Town of Calais2335----
Town of Cherryfield717-----
Town of Columbia120-----
Town of Dennysville-13-----
Town of Eastport7231----1
Town of Harrington12------
Town of Jonesborough21------
Town of Lubeck3817-----
Town of Machias6654-----
Town of Perry24------
Town of Robbinston23------
Town of Steuben636-----
Plantation No. 1[7]-------
Township No. 1[8]-------


[2]Massachusetts law required a majority to elect for the U.S. House of Representatives. The original election was held on November 2, 1818, with a 2nd Trial held on April 5, 1819.
[3]There were no votes recorded in Lincoln Plantation.
[4]There were no votes recorded in Orland.
[5]There were no votes recorded in Sullivan.
[6]There were no votes recorded in Addison.
[7]There were no votes recorded in Plantation No. 1.
[8]There were no votes recorded in Township No. 1.


Original Election Returns. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Bangor Register (Bangor, ME). July 29, 1819.
Eastport Sentinel and Passamquoddy Advertiser (Eastport, ME). July 31, 1819.
Bangor Register (Bangor, ME). August 19, 1819.
"The Annals of Bangor", History of Penobscot County Maine. Williams, Chase and, Cleveland: 1882. 587.

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