Massachusetts 1819 State Senate, Suffolk County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1819 State Senate, Suffolk County
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
John Phillips, Artemas Ward, Andrew Ritchie, Jonathan Hunewell, Benjamin Gorham, Josiah Quincy, William Gray, Samuel Brown, James T. Austin, Henry Dearborn, William Ingalls, Thomas Badger, Joseph Tilden, William Sullivan, Benjamin Russell, Thomas H. Perkins, Benjamin Austin, William Sturgis, Nathaniel Goddard, James Lloyd, Lemuel Shaw, Isaac Winslow, Henry Orne, Augustus Peabody, Samuel G. Perkins, Israel Thorndike, Daniel Webster, John Wells, Jonathan Amory, Charles Callender, David W. Child, George Hallet, Joseph Head, William Lawrence, William Little, Joel Prouty, John Roulstone, Richard Sullivan, George Wells, Daniel Adams, Charles T. Austin, Theodore Bainbridge, Tristram Barnard, Amos Binney, George Blake, Josiah Bradlee, Joseph B. Bradlee, Peter C. Brooks, Joshua Clapp, Timothy M. Clapp, Stephen Codman, Zebedee Cook, Joseph Coolidge, Jr., Edward Cruft, Isaac Davis, Samuel Dexter, Horace Draper, John Dyer, William Eustis, Jeremiah Fitch, John Fitch, David Greenough, Harvey Hartshorn, Levi Haskell, John C. Hicks, John N. Howe, Nathaniel P. Hunt, Benjamin Jarvis, Joseph Jenkins, Oliver Johonnot, Thomas K. Jones, John Kuhn, Henry Lee, John Lee, John Lepean, Caleb Loring, Henry S. Low, David Melcher, John Osborn, H. G. Otis, William Parsons, James Prince, Abraham H. Quincy, Moses Randall, Benjamin Rich, Daniel Sargent, David Sears, David Thatcher, Oliver Train, H. H. Tuckerman, Benjamin Ward, John Webly, Samuel A. Wells, Benjamin Whitman, Jonathan Whitney, Henry Williams
Candidates: John Phillips[1]Artemas Ward[2]Andrew Ritchie[3]Jonathan Hunewell[4]Benjamin Gorham[5]Josiah Quincy[6]William GraySamuel BrownJames T. AustinHenry DearbornWilliam IngallsThomas BadgerJoseph TildenWilliam SullivanBenjamin RussellThomas H. PerkinsBenjamin AustinWilliam SturgisNathaniel GoddardJames LloydLemuel ShawIsaac WinslowHenry OrneAugustus PeabodySamuel G. PerkinsIsrael ThorndikeDaniel WebsterJohn WellsJonathan AmoryCharles CallenderDavid W. ChildGeorge HalletJoseph HeadWilliam LawrenceWilliam LittleJoel ProutyJohn RoulstoneRichard SullivanGeorge WellsDaniel AdamsCharles T. AustinTheodore BainbridgeTristram BarnardAmos BinneyGeorge BlakeJosiah BradleeJoseph B. BradleePeter C. BrooksJoshua ClappTimothy M. ClappStephen CodmanZebedee CookJoseph Coolidge, Jr.Edward CruftIsaac DavisSamuel DexterHorace DraperJohn DyerWilliam EustisJeremiah FitchJohn FitchDavid GreenoughHarvey HartshornLevi HaskellJohn C. HicksJohn N. HoweNathaniel P. HuntBenjamin JarvisJoseph JenkinsOliver JohonnotThomas K. JonesJohn KuhnHenry LeeJohn LeeJohn LepeanCaleb LoringHenry S. LowDavid MelcherJohn OsbornH. G. OtisWilliam ParsonsJames PrinceAbraham H. QuincyMoses RandallBenjamin RichDaniel SargentDavid SearsDavid ThatcherOliver TrainH. H. TuckermanBenjamin WardJohn WeblySamuel A. WellsBenjamin WhitmanJonathan WhitneyHenry Williams
Final Result: [7]366336263625362335853392------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Suffolk County366336263625362335853392------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Town of Boston36203580358235833542334917751762176117381738172314108765444433333322222222222111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
Town of Chelsea434643404343------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[7]"Whole number of votes, 32395. Necessary to make a choice, 2699." Governor's Council Records.


Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Boston Town Records. 115-116.
The Repertory (Boston, MA). April 3, 1819.
Boston Patriot and Daily Chronicle (Boston, MA). April 6, 1819.
New-England Palladium and Commercial Advertiser (Boston, MA). April 6, 1819.
The Repertory (Boston, MA). April 6, 1819.
Columbian Centinel. American Federalist (Boston, MA). April 7, 1819.
Pittsfield Sun (Pittsfield, MA). May 10, 1819.
Columbian Centinel. American Federalist (Boston, MA). May 15, 1819.
The Repertory (Boston, MA). May 18, 1819.
Berkshire Star (Stockbridge, MA). May 20, 1819.

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