Massachusetts 1801 State Senate, Essex County, Ballot 2
- State Senate (State)
- State Senator
- Massachusetts 1801 State Senate, Essex County, Ballot 2
- Second Ballot
- State Senate/State Senator
- Enoch Titcomb, Jacob Crowninshield
|Candidates:||Enoch Titcomb||Jacob Crowninshield|
|Final Result: ||149||103|
"Wednesday last, the Civil Government of Massachusetts, for the ensuing year, was renewed ... The Governor, Council and Legislature, attended by the General Staff, and other officers, and escorted by the Independent Cadets, proceeded to the Old Brick Meeting-house ... In the afternoon, the two Houses convened in the Representatives' Chamber, to fill the eleven vacancies in the Senate. The first to be filled was in Essex, wherein the candidates was, the Hon. ENOCH TITCOMB, and Capt. JACOB CROWINSHIELD. The whole number of votes were 252--of which Mr. TITCOMB had 149, and was chosen. This election decided the political composition of the Legislature:--Three fifths of which are decidedly Federal." Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). May 30, 1801.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). May 30, 1801.
The Telescope: or, American Herald (Leominster, MA). June 4, 1801.
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