New Hampshire 1792 State Senate, Hillsborough County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
New Hampshire 1792 State Senate, Hillsborough County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Robert Wallace, Charles Barrett, Joshua Atherton, James Flanders, Daniel Warner, Joshua Bailey, Daniel Emerson
Candidates: Robert Wallace[1]Charles BarrettJoshua AthertonJames FlandersDaniel WarnerJoshua BaileyDaniel Emerson
Final Result: [2]-730356----
Hillsborough County-730356----
Town of Amherst9711119-75--
Town of Andover-------
Town of Antrim-------
Town of Bedford[3][4]-------
Town of Boscawen-------
Town of Bradford-------
Town of Brookline-------
Town of Deering-------
Town of Derryfield-------
Town of Dunbarton-------
Town of Dunstable-------
Town of Fishersfield-------
Town of Francestown-------
Town of Goffstown-------
Town of Greenfield-------
Town of Hancock-------
Town of Henniker-------
Town of Hillsborough-------
Town of Hollis-------
Town of Hopkinton-110-112---
Kearsage Gore-------
Town of Litchfield-------
Town of Lyndeborough-------
Town of Mason-------
Town of Merrimack--35-35--
Town of New Boston-------
Town of New Ipswich-------
Town of New London-------
Town of Nottingham West-------
Town of Peterborough-------
Town of Salisbury-------
Town of Sharon-------
Town of Society Land-------
Town of Sutton-------
Town of Temple-------
Town of Warner[5]220-14-20-
Town of Weare-------
Town of Wilton-------


[2]"The whole number of votes for Senators in the County of Hillsborough amount to 2940 the Hon. Robert Wallace having a majority of vote is elected and has been summoned accordingly - no other person having a majority." New Hampshire Early State Papers. Volume XXII. 270.
[3]"Votes divided between Robert Wallace, Robert Macgregore, and Daniel Emerson." Concord Herald (Concord, NH). March 21, 1792.
[4]The Osbornes' New-Hampshire Spy (Portsmouth, NH), March 21, reports 42 votes for Robert Wallace and 37 for Robert Macgregore in Bedford.
[5]The Concord Herald, March 28, reports 52 votes for Charles Barrett and 47 for James Flanders in Warner.


Concord Herald (Concord, NH). March 21, 1792.
Osbornes' New-Hampshire Spy (Portsmouth, NH). March 21, 1792.
Concord Herald (Concord, NH). March 28, 1792.
New Hampshire Provincial and State Papers. Vol. XXII. Concord, NH: State of New Hampshire, 1867. 507.

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