Delaware 1809 House of Representatives, New Castle County
- House of Representatives (State)
- State Representative
- Delaware 1809 House of Representatives, New Castle County
- First Ballot
- House of Representatives/State Representative
- Benjamin Chambers, William D. Philips, Samuel H. Black, John Bird, Robert Forwood, Enoch Thomas, Jesse Higgins, William Tally, Samuel Thomas, James Canby, William C. Frazer, Joshua Carter, James Stroud, Alexander Forrester, Francis Haughey
|Candidates:||Benjamin Chambers||William D. Philips||Samuel H. Black||John Bird||Robert Forwood||Enoch Thomas||Jesse Higgins||William Tally||Samuel Thomas||James Canby||William C. Frazer||Joshua Carter||James Stroud||Alexander Forrester||Francis Haughey|
|Final Result: ||1514||1512||1511||1510||1506||1504||1486||218||218||217||215||215||207||133||92|
|New Castle County||1514||1512||1511||1510||1506||1504||1486||218||218||217||215||215||207||133||92|
"Delaware, the restricted, deluded state of Delaware, has experienced a rapid and numerous accession to her republican ranks. The genial rays of truth have occasionally penetrated the encircling clouds of delusion, and illumined the dark and gloomy scene." The American Watchman; and Delaware Republican (Wilmington, DE). October 7, 1809.
The Delaware Gazette (Wilmington, DE) lists Samuel Thomas with 219 votes.
The Delaware Gazette (Wilmington, DE). October 3, 1809.
The American Watchman; and Delaware Republican (Wilmington, DE). October 7, 1809.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). October 10, 1809.
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