"The house having been called to order by the former clerk, Mr. Livingston, and the roll having been read, the secretary of state attended and administered the oath to the members present. The house then proceeded to ballot for speaker. It appeared that Richard Goodell was duly elected." Newburgh Gazette (Newburgh, NY). January 10, 1824.
Richard Goodell received 1 vote as Richard Goodsell.
New York-American (New York, NY). January 9, 1824.
Newburgh Gazette (Newburgh, NY). January 10, 1824.
The Watch-Tower (Cooperstown, NY). January 12, 1824.
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY). January 14, 1824.
Milton Gazette and Roanoke Advertiser (Milton, NC). January 22, 1824.
Western Monitor (Lexington, KY). January 27, 1824.
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