New York 1822 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1822 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
John I. Morgan, Churchill C. Cambreleng, Peter Sharpe, Cadwallader D. Colden, Charles G. Haines, George Davis, John B. Thorpe, William A. Woodward, William Bayard, Jonathan J. Coddington, Thomas Addis Emmet, John Pintard, John Wells, T. R. Smith, John Striker, Gideon Tucker, Jacob Baker, Jameison Cox, Nathaniel L. Davis, Nathaniel G. Ingraham, Gideon March, Peter Wanamaker, scattering
Candidates: John I. Morgan[1]Churchill C. Cambreleng[2]Peter Sharpe[3]Cadwallader D. ColdenCharles G. HainesGeorge DavisJohn B. ThorpeWilliam A. WoodwardWilliam BayardJonathan J. CoddingtonThomas Addis EmmetJohn PintardJohn WellsT. R. SmithJohn StrikerGideon TuckerJacob BakerJameison CoxNathaniel L. DavisNathaniel G. IngrahamGideon MarchPeter Wanamakerscattering
Final Result: 442843894199202111112111111111115
District of Three442843894199202111112111111111115
City of New York442843894199202111112111111111115
Ward One2882892663-111---------------
Ward Two[4]2752762527----11111----------
Ward Three385382365--------------------
Ward Four402398366--------------------
Ward Five5905855465---------111-------
Ward Six[5]67865964432-----------------5
Ward Seven3203183091------1-----1111---
Ward Eight4834814661----------------1--
Ward Nine360359351------------------1-
Ward Ten647642634--------------------


[4]Thomas Addis Emmet received 1 vote as Thomas A. Emmett.
[5]The five scattering votes were not counted in the official Canvass as they were not broken down by individuals.


The Statesman and Advertiser (For the Country) (New York, NY). November 8, 1822.
New York American, for the Country (New York, NY). November 13, 1822.
The New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). November 14, 1822.
Mercantile Advertiser (New York, NY). November 15, 1822.
National Advocate (New York, NY). November 15, 1822.
New-York Spectator (New York, NY). November 19, 1822.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). December 6, 1822.

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