Massachusetts 1810 Treasurer, Essex County
- Treasurer (County)
- Massachusetts 1810 Treasurer, Essex County
- First Ballot
- Stephen Choate, Robert Farley
|Candidates:||Stephen Choate||Robert Farley|
|Town of Amesbury||-||-|
|Town of Andover||-||-|
|Town of Beverly||-||-|
|Town of Boxford||-||-|
|Town of Bradford||-||-|
|Town of Danvers||-||-|
|Town of Gloucester||265||119|
|Town of Hamilton||-||-|
|Town of Ipswich||-||-|
|Town of Lynn||-||-|
|District of Lynnfield||-||-|
|Town of Manchester||-||-|
|Town of Marblehead||-||-|
|Town of Metheun||-||-|
|Town of Middleton||-||-|
|Town of Newbury||-||-|
|Town of Newburyport||-||-|
|Town of Rowley||-||-|
|Town of Salem||483||580|
|Town of Salisbury||-||-|
|Town of Topsfield||-||-|
|Town of Wenham||-||-|
"Fears were entertained of the event of the late March meeting in the patriotic town of Gloucester; as it was known that 130 of her Federal seafaring brethren were on their voyages. But we are happy to dispel those fears." Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). March 7, 1810.
"Gloucester had its town meeting on Monday last. As more than 130 Federalists were abroad, and as the influence of great wealth, with the President of the Bank at the head, was in excercise to call forth the Demon of Democracy, and place him once more over the affairs of that town, some alarm was excited for the result; but it proved once more a glorious Triumph for Federalism . . . Let it be remembered that the town of Gloucester was going on in the broad road of democracy and destruction, till, in the year 1808, perceiving the dreadful gulf yawning before them, with horror they started back, and turned from the error of their ways; and like since converts they still persevere in support, of truth and federalism. May we, and other wandering towns, do likewise." Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). March 9, 1810.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). March 7, 1810.
Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). March 9, 1810.
The Essex Register (Salem, MA). March 10, 1810.
Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). March 13, 1810.
The Essex Register (Salem, MA). March 14, 1810.
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