Massachusetts 1815 State Senate, Suffolk County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1815 State Senate, Suffolk County
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
John Phillips, Richard Sullivan, Thomas H. Perkins, Jonathan Hunnewell, Harrison G. Otis, Josiah Quincy, Thomas K. Jones, Samuel Brown, Russell Sturgis, William Little, Jesse Putnam, William Ingalls, Andrew Ritchie, Joseph Hall, Samuel Cobb, Caleb Bingham, Caleb Loring, John C. Jones, James Lloyd, Jonathan Mason, John Wells, J. T. Austin, Horace Holley, Benjamin Austin, Peter C. Brooks, James Loring, William Parsons, William Sullivan, Thomas Baldwin, Tris Barnard, William Brown, G. Cabot, Charles Davis, Alexander H. Everret, Samuel Everret, Sylvester Gray, William R. Gray, Aaron Hill, John Lathrop, James Prince, Benjamin Rand, B. Russell, Daniel Sargent, Josiah Snelling, Israel Thorndike, John Tilden, David Townsend, William Tudor, Jr., Artemus Ward, Timothy Wiggin
Candidates: John Phillips[1]Richard Sullivan[2]Thomas H. Perkins[3]Jonathan Hunnewell[4]Harrison G. Otis[5]Josiah Quincy[6]Thomas K. JonesSamuel BrownRussell SturgisWilliam LittleJesse PutnamWilliam IngallsAndrew RitchieJoseph HallSamuel CobbCaleb BinghamCaleb LoringJohn C. JonesJames LloydJonathan MasonJohn WellsJ. T. AustinHorace HolleyBenjamin AustinPeter C. BrooksJames LoringWilliam ParsonsWilliam SullivanThomas BaldwinTris BarnardWilliam BrownG. CabotCharles DavisAlexander H. EverretSamuel EverretSylvester GrayWilliam R. GrayAaron HillJohn LathropJames PrinceBenjamin RandB. RussellDaniel SargentJosiah SnellingIsrael ThorndikeJohn TildenDavid TownsendWilliam Tudor, Jr.Artemus WardTimothy Wiggin
Final Result: [7]319431733166316331593125--------------------------------------------
Suffolk County319431733166316331593125--------------------------------------------
Town of Boston31573135313031263122308814031396139213881386138018161197555433222221111111111111111111111
Town of Chelsea373836373737--------------------------------------------


[7]"No. Voters, 4611. Make a choice, 2306." Governor's Council Records.


Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Boston Town Records. 28-29.
Boston Daily Advertiser (Boston, MA). April 4, 1815.
New-England Palladium and Commercial Advertiser (Boston, MA). April 4, 1815.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). April 5, 1815.
Boston Patriot (Boston, MA). April 5, 1815.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). May 17, 1815.
Dedham Gazette (Dedham, MA). May 19, 1815.
New-Bedford Mercury (New Bedford, MA). May 19, 1815.
Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). May 19, 1815.

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