Vermont 1795 U.S. House of Representatives, District 2, Ballot 2

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Vermont 1795 U.S. House of Representatives, District 2, Ballot 2
Second Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Daniel Buck, Nathaniel Niles, Jonathan Hunt, Stephen Jacob, Lewis R. Morris, Samuel Cutler, Paul Brigham, Cornelius Lynde, Stephen R. Bradley, James Whitlaw, Lot Hall
Candidates: Daniel Buck[1]Nathaniel NilesJonathan HuntStephen JacobLewis R. MorrisSamuel CutlerPaul BrighamCornelius LyndeStephen R. BradleyJames Whitlaw[2]Lot Hall
Final Result: [3]119884259397544221
District of Eastern119884259397544221
Orange County314357---------
Town of Cabot12---1------
Town of Chelsea912---------
Town of Fairlee2930--1------
Town of Montpelier1813---------
Town of Newbury378---------
Town of Randolph639311------
Town of Saint Johnsbury147---------
Town of Strafford64----------
Town of Washington18---------
Windham County330152---------
Town of Guilford141---------
Town of Jamaica19----------
Town of Newfane2577--------
Town of Putney32221-5-----
Town of Townshend212-17-------
Town of Wardsboro-39---------
Town of Westminster35111-----2--
Town of Whitingham-26---------
Town of Wilmington240---------
Windsor County507294---------
Town of Barnard2521---------
Town of Cavendish217-1-------
Town of Chester917---------
Town of Hartford[4]6448---------
Town of Hartland5420---------
Town of Pomfret2513-1-------
Town of Reading2128-11------1
Town of Rochester112---------
Town of Royalton3125---------
Town of Sharon2612---------
Town of Windsor6151---------
Town of Woodstock3424---------


[2]Also listed as James Whitelaw
[3]Most sources, including the The Rutland Herald: Or, Vermont Mercury (Rutland, VT), March 2 and 9, list 1151 votes for Daniel Buck, 803 votes for Nathaniel Niles and just over 100 votes for the combined other candidates. The Rutland Herald: Or, Vermont Mercury (Rutland, VT), March 9, notes that "the votes annexed to the names of the following gentlemen, were, by the Clerks, considered as illegally sent in to them, and not included in the above statement: Daniel Buck 47, Nathaniel Niles 39, Jon. Hunt 12, L. R. Morris 3, Carn'ls Lynde 2, Paul Brigham 2, Stephen Jacob 1, J. Whitlaw 1."
[4]Spooner's Vermont Journal (Windsor, VT), February 16, lists these votes in Hartland.


Barnard Town Records.
Cabot Town Records.
Cavendish Town Records.
Chelsea Town Records.
Chester Town Records.
Fairlee Town Records.
Guilford Town Records.
Hartland Town Records.
Jamaica Town Records.
Montpelier Town Records.
Newbury Town Records.
Newfane Town Records.
Pomfret Town Records.
Putney Town Records.
Randolph Town Records.
Reading Town Records.
Rochester Town Records.
Royalton Town Records.
Saint Johnsbury Town Records.
Sharon Town Records.
Strafford Town Records.
Townshend Town Records.
Wardsboro Town Records.
Washington Town Records.
Westminster Town Records.
Whitingham Town Records.
Wilmington Town Records.
Woodstock Town Records.
Spooner's Vermont Journal (Windsor, VT). February 16, 1795.
The Rutland Herald: Or, Vermont Mercury (Rutland, VT). March 2, 1795.
Spooner's Vermont Journal (Windsor, VT). March 2, 1795.
Vermont Gazette (Bennington, VT). March 6, 1795.
The Eagle or Dartmouth Centinel (Hanover, NH). March 9, 1795.
The Rutland Herald: Or, Vermont Mercury (Rutland, VT). March 9, 1795.
Aldrich, Lewis Cass, ed. History of Windsor County, Vermont. Syracuse, NY: D. Mason and, 1891.

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