Vermont 1806 U.S. House of Representatives, Northeast District

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Vermont 1806 U.S. House of Representatives, Northeast District
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
James Fisk, William Chamberlain, Samuel C. Crafts, Reuben Blanchard, John Mattocks, Israel Smith, Isaac Tichenor, Paul Brigham, John Cameron, Daniel Peaslee, Benjamin Swan, Cyrus Ware, William A. Griswold, David King, Jr., Nathaniel King, Abraham Morris, Joseph Woodworth
Candidates: James Fisk[1]William ChamberlainSamuel C. CraftsReuben BlanchardJohn MattocksIsrael SmithIsaac TichenorPaul BrighamJohn CameronDaniel PeasleeBenjamin SwanCyrus WareWilliam A. GriswoldDavid King, Jr.Nathaniel KingAbraham MorrisJoseph Woodworth
Final Result: [2]-----------------
District of Northeast-----------------
Caledonia County-----------------
Town of Barnet-----------------
Town of Billymead426--------2------
Town of Burke356---------------
Town of Cabot-----------------
Town of Calais7628---------------
Town of Danville-----------------
Town of Groton-----------------
Town of Hardwick4133---11----------
Town of Lyndon-----------------
Town of Marshfield1017---------------
Town of Montpelier[3]58211--21----2----1
Town of Peacham2784655------------
Town of Plainfield303---------------
Town of Ryegate3516----1-2--------
Town of Saint Johnsbury65642--------------
Town of Sheffield315---------------
Town of Walden431-----1---------
Town of Waterford2745---------------
Town of Wheelock5730----11----1--1-
Town of Woodbury-----------------
Essex County-----------------
Town of Brunswick10----------------
Town of Canaan-----------------
Town of Concord-----------------
Town of Granby-16---------------
Town of Guildhall1330---------------
Town of Lemington-----------------
Town of Lunenburg1728---------------
Town of Maidstone-----------------
Town of Minehead-----------------
Orange County-----------------
Town of Barre-----------------
Town of Berlin6815---1-----------
Town of Bradford-----------------
Town of Braintree-----------------
Town of Brookfield-----------------
Town of Chelsea3547---------------
Town of Corinth-----------------
Town of Fairlee[4]-----------------
Town of Newbury-----------------
Town of Northfield331---------------
Town of Orange-----------------
Town of Randolph[5]11346---------------
Town of Roxbury21----------------
Town of Strafford-----------------
Town of Thetford4414---------------
Town of Topsham4510---------------
Town of Tunbridge5082-----------11--
Town of Vershire-----------------
Town of Washington4619---1---2-------
Town of Williamstown-----------------
Orleans County-----------------
Town of Barton916---------------
Town of Brownington813---------------
Town of Elmore124---------------
Town of Glover40----------------
Town of Holland[6]-----------------
Town of Irasburg303---------------
Town of Navy-51--------------


[2]Several sources, including the Vermont Centinel (Burlington, VT), October 23, the National Intelligencer, October 29, and the Vermont Gazette, an Epitome of the World (Bennington, VT), October 21, note that James Fisk received a majority of 700 votes, rather than listing the number of votes any other candidates received.
[3]Samuel C. Crafts is listed as S. Chander Crafts in the Montepelier Town Records.
[4]There were 51 votes cast in Fairlee, but there is no breakdown of the candidates who received these votes.
[5]The Weekly Wanderer (Randolph, VT), September 8, reports 40 votes for William Chamberlain in Randolph.
[6]There were 17 votes cast in Holland, but there is no breakdown of the candidates who received these votes.


Brownington Town Records.
Burke Town Records.
Chelsea Town Records.
Elmore Town Records.
Essex Town Records.
Glover Town Records.
Granby Town Records.
Guildhall Town Records.
Holland Town Records.
Hardwick Town Records.
Irasburg Town Records.
Lunenburg Town Records.
Marshfield Town Records.
Montpelier Town Records.
Navy Town Records.
Northfield Town Records.
Plainfield Town Records.
Randolph Town Records.
Roxbury Town Records.
Saint Johnsbury Town Records.
Sheffield Town Records.
Topsham Town Records.
Tunbridge Town Records.
Walden Town Records.
Washington Town Records.
Weekly Wanderer (Randolph, VT). September 8, 1806.
The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT). September 9, 1806.
Middlebury Mercury (Middlebury, VT). October 15, 1806.
Rutland Herald (Rutland, VT). October 18, 1806.
Weekly Wanderer (Randolph, VT). October 15, 1806.
The Post-Boy (Windsor, VT). October 21, 1806.
Vermont Gazette, an Epitome of the World (Bennington, VT). October 21, 1806.
Vermont Centinel (Burlington, VT). October 23, 1806.
The Reporter (Brattleboro, VT). October 25, 1806.
American Citizen (New York, NY). October 27, 1806.
Connecticut Gazette (New London, CT). October 29, 1806.
National Intelligencer (Washington, D. C.). October 29, 1806.

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