New York 1808 U.S. House of Representatives, District 10

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1808 U.S. House of Representatives, District 10
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
John Nicholson, Moss Kent, Joshua Hatheway, Thomas R. Gord, Hugh Henderson, Samuel Forman, Francis Henry, Roswell Hopkins, Henry MacNeil, Wilhelmus Mynderse, Russel Atwater, Francis A. Bloodgood, Silas Halsey, Walter Martin, Luther Rich, Sylvanus Smalley, Francis Whitney, David J. Andrews, Judah Barnes, Andrew A. Bartow, Aaron Budlong, Simeon Ford, Corlis Hinds, Thomas Manly, Peter Meesick, John Mills, Lyman Munson, John M. Petrie, Thomas Stebins, Isaac Weston, Samuel Wright
Candidates: John Nicholson[1]Moss KentJoshua HathewayThomas R. GordHugh HendersonSamuel FormanFrancis HenryRoswell HopkinsHenry MacNeilWilhelmus MynderseRussel AtwaterFrancis A. BloodgoodSilas HalseyWalter MartinLuther RichSylvanus SmalleyFrancis WhitneyDavid J. AndrewsJudah BarnesAndrew A. BartowAaron BudlongSimeon FordCorlis HindsThomas ManlyPeter MeesickJohn MillsLyman MunsonJohn M. PetrieThomas StebinsIsaac WestonSamuel Wright
Final Result: [2]23522019405533333322222211111111111111
District of Ten23522019405533333322222211111111111111
Herkimer County[3][4]1062910-5-33333-22222---111-111-11-1
Jefferson County[5][6]62460040--------------1----1---1--1-
Lewis County439258----------------1------------
Saint Lawrence County[7]227251--5-----3-----2--------------


[2]Aaron Budling, Simeon Ford, Thomas Manly, John Mills and Corlis Hinds were candidates for Assembly. Francis A. Bloodgood, Samuel Forman, Silas Halsey, Francis Henry, Roswell Hopkins, Walter Martin, Wilhelmus Mynderse, Luther Rich, and Sylvanus Smalley were candidates for State Senate.
[3]Moss Kent received 1 vote as Moss Rent and 1 vote as Moss Cent.
[4]John Nicholson received 1 vote as John Nichols.
[5]John Nicholson received 1 vote as Nicholson and 1 vote as Nicholason.
[6]"The nomination of Mr. Nicholson was not known in the towns of Henderson and Malta, until after the election was over. Those towns gave 86 Republican assembly votes." Columbian Gazette (Utica, NY). May 17, 2014.
[7]Moss Kent received 1 vote as Moses Kent.


Columbian Gazette (Utica, NY). May 17, 1808.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). June 7, 1808.
Dubin, Michael J. United States Congressional Elections, 1788-1997: The Official Results of the Elections of the 1st through 105th Congresses. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, 1998. 57.

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