Massachusetts 1812 State Senate, Middlesex District

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1812 State Senate, Middlesex District
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Matthew Bridge, Samuel Dana, John L. Tuttle, Loammi Baldwin, Josiah Bartlett, Ashael Stearns, Amos Bond, William Winthrop
Candidates: Matthew Bridge[1]Samuel Dana[2]John L. Tuttle[3]Loammi BaldwinJosiah BartlettAshael StearnsAmos BondWilliam Winthrop
Final Result: [4][5][6][7][8]491548804726359935983598--
District of Middlesex491548804726359935983598--
Middlesex County491548804726359935983598--
Town of Acton--------
Town of Ashby--------
Town of Bedford--------
Town of Billerica--------
District of Boxboro--------
Town of Brighton--------
Town of Burlington--------
Town of Cambridge--------
Town of Carlisle--------
Town of Charlestown--------
Town of Chelmsford--------
Town of Concord--------
Town of Dracut--------
Town of Dunstable--------
Town of East Sudbury--------
Town of Framingham--------
Town of Groton--------
Town of Holliston--------
Town of Hopkinton--------
Town of Lexington--------
Town of Lincoln--------
Town of Littleton--------
Town of Malden--------
Town of Marlborough--------
Town of Medford--------
Town of Natick--------
Town of Newton--------
Town of Pepperell--------
Town of Reading--------
Town of Sherborn--------
Town of Shirley--------
Town of South Reading--------
Town of Stoneham--------
Town of Stow--------
Town of Sudbury--------
Town of Tewksbury--------
Town of Townsend--------
Town of Tyngsborough--------
Town of Waltham--------
Town of Watertown14314414211211111211
Town of West Cambridge--------
Town of Westford--------
Town of Weston828282103103103--
Town of Wilmington--------
Town of Woburn--------


[4]"No. Voters, 8506. Make a choice, 4254." Governor's Council Records.
[5]"The County of Middlesex, shall form one district, and choose three Senators." The National Aegis (Worcester, MA). February 19, 1812.
[6]"From the Boston Centinel of Feb. 3. In Senate, yesterday a resolution was discussed, the purpose of which was, that the Hon. John L. Tuttle, a Senator from Middlesex, and the hon. Eleazer W. Ripley, a Senator from Cumberland district, having accepted the office of Lieutenant Colonel in the Army of the United States, their seats in Senate were thereby vacated. There are now three seats vacant in the Senate of this Commonwealth, the above and that of the Hon. William Towner, Senator from Berkshire, deceased. It is probable these vacancies will be filled this day." New-York Herald (New York, NY). February 10, 1813.
[7]"Thursday Feb. 4. State Senators. This day at 11 o'clock, agreably to assignment, both branches met in Convention, to fill the vacancies at the Senate Board, when the following gentlemen were chosen. For Middlesex - Asahel Stearns, Esq. .... The convention was then dissolved." American Advocate (Hallowell, ME). February 11, 1813.
[8]8506 total votes, 4254 making a choice.


Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Watertown Town Records. Vol. 8. 74.
Weston Town Records. Vol. II. 115.
The National Aegis (Worcester, MA). February 19, 1812.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). May 20, 1812.
The Weekly Messenger (Boston, MA). May 22, 1812.
Merrimack Intelligencer (Haverhill, MA). May 23, 1812.
Hampshire Federalist (Springfield, MA). May 28, 1812.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). February 3, 1813.
The Democrat (Northampton, MA). February 9, 1813.
New-York Herald (New York, NY). February 10, 1813.
American Advocate (Hallowell, ME). February 11, 1813.

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