The Western Monitor (Lexington, KY), Kentucky Reporter (Lexington, KY), and The Supporter and Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH) list Thomas E. Worthington with 47 votes and Ethan A. Brown with 48 votes.
The Ohio Statesmen and Annals of Progress lists John Maclean with no votes. This is also the only source that lists 6 votes for "others."
"This afternoon at three o'clock, agreeably to a resolution previously made, the senate and house of representatives met in the representatives hall and proceeded to elect, by joint ballot, a senator to congress to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of the hon. William A. Trimble...A majority of the whole votes given in, being necessary to a choice, there were nine ballotings[sic]...There were six candidates started." Columbus Gazette (Columbus, OH). January 3, 1822.
Columbus Gazette (Columbus, OH). January 3, 1822.
The Supporter and Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). January 9, 1822.
Kentucky Reporter (Lexington, KY). January 14, 1822.
Western Monitor (Lexington, KY). January 15, 1822.
The Western Reserve Chronicle (Warren, OH). January 19, 1822.
Taylor, William A. Ohio Statesmen and Annals of Progress: From the year 1788 to the year 1900. Columbus, OH: Press of the Westbote, 1899. 109.
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