"The candidates for president, were the hon. Harrison G. Otis, and Hon. Samuel Dana; the latter having obtained, after a second trial, 20 votes (the two candidates waving their priviledge) was declared to be elected president of the senate for the present year." United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). June 3, 1811.
The Advertiser (Ballston Spa, NY) lists Samuel Dana with 21 votes and Harrison G. Otis with 19 votes.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). June 3, 1811.
The Traveller (Greenfield, MA). June 4, 1811.
Hampshire Federalist (Springfield, MA). June 6, 1811.
The Advertiser (Ballston Spa, NY). June 11, 1811.
Republican Star or Eastern Shore General Advertiser (Easton, MD). June 11, 1811.
The True Republican, and Newbern Weekly Advertiser (New Bern, NC). June 19, 1811.
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