New York 1793 U.S. House of Representatives, District 10

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1793 U.S. House of Representatives, District 10
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Silas Talbot, William Cooper, John Winn, Andrew Fink, Josiah Crane
Candidates: Silas Talbot[1]William CooperJohn WinnAndrew FinkJosiah Crane
Final Result: [2]123196173840885
District of Ten123196173840885
Herkimer County3195518--
Town of German Flats91118--
Town of Herkimer7234---
Town of Whitestown23810---
Montgomery County[3]67415482--
Town of Caughnawaga595-33--
Town of Conajoharie-2236--
Town of Mohawk6313187--
Town of Palatine16-26--
Ontario County783---
Town of Canadaque-54---
Town of Genesee713---
Town of Jerusalem-16---
Otsego County14790212--
Town of Cherry Valley1020387--
Town of Harpers Field4-91--
Town of Otsego-587---
Tioga County2171826--
Town of Chemung372---
Town of Chenango367---
Town of Jericho64-10--
Town of Owego-214--
Town of Union8072--


[2]Though listed here as "District 10," U.S. House of Representatives districts in New York were not officially identified by number until 1797. Civil List and Forms of Government of the Colony of the State of New York. 223.
[3]Some sources list 572 votes for John Winn in Montgomery County, though the votes listed add up to 482.


The Daily Advertiser (New York, NY). February 28, 1793.
The Diary; or, Loudon's Register (New York, NY). February 28, 1793.
The Daily Advertiser (New York, NY). March 1, 1793.
The New-York Journal, and Patriotic Register (New York, NY). March 2, 1793.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). March 4, 1793.
Hudson Gazette (Hudson, NY). March 7, 1793.
Hutchins, S. C. Civil List and Forms of Government of the Colony State of New York. Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons, and, 1870.

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