Massachusetts 1805 House of Representatives, Salem
- House of Representatives (State)
- State Representative
- Massachusetts 1805 House of Representatives, Salem
- First Ballot
- House of Representatives/State Representative
- John Hathorne, William Cleveland, Joshua Ward, Joseph Story, John Southwick, William Stearns, Ebenezer Bickford, Benjamin Peckman, Jr., Samuel G. Derby, Edward Allen, Ephraim Emerton, Samuel Ropes
|Candidates:||John Hathorne||William Cleveland||Joshua Ward||Joseph Story||John Southwick||William Stearns||Ebenezer Bickford||Benjamin Peckman, Jr.||Samuel G. Derby||Edward Allen||Ephraim Emerton||Samuel Ropes|
|Final Result: ||567||566||566||565||565||562||464||463||462||461||461||460|
|Town of Salem||567||566||566||565||565||562||464||463||462||461||461||460|
"Yesterday was the meeting in this town fro the election of Representatives to the General Court. On the question, what number should be chosen, three (our old number) was proposed by the Federalist; but the Democrats, in conformity with their professions of Economy, and in order to raise the town of Salem above 'the petty town of Danvers' (as Mr. Crowninshield, our member to Congress, denominated it) moved for six, which number was carried and the Democratic ticket prevailed, the votes being as follows:" The Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). May 17, 1805.
The Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). May 17, 1805.
Salem Register (Salem, MA). May 20, 1805.
American Citizen (New York, NY). May 24, 1805.
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