"Mr. Robertson has no opposition for congress, and receives through the state a very unanimous vote." Alexandra Herald. August 7, 1816 and The City Gazette (Charlestown). August 8, 1816.
Orleans County was divided up into at least three electorial districts, First Senatorial, Second Senatorial and Third Senatorial, and they often alternated the names. The first district was often referred to as Plaquemines, the Second as New Orleans City and the third as Cannes Brutees.
Saint Bernard is listed as Terre-aux-Boeus in the Louisiana Courier (New Orleans, LA).
The Lousiana Courier lists 70 votes for Thomas Robertson in Terre-aux-Boeus.
Manuscript Returns, dated July 19, 1816. Hill Memorial Library, Louisiana State University.
Louisiana Courier (New Orleans, LA). July 5, 1816.
Louisiana Courier (New Orleans, LA). July 8, 1816.
Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). August 1, 1816.
The Alexandria Herald (Alexandria, VA). August 7, 1816.
The City Gazette (Charlestown). August 8, 1816.
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