New York 1793 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1793 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Philip Van Cortlandt, Richard Hatfield
Candidates: Philip Van Cortlandt[1]Richard Hatfield
Final Result: [2][3]973808
District of Three973808
Richmond County123100
Town of Castletown647
Town of Northfield2718
Town of Southfield4525
Town of Westfield4510
Westchester County850708
Town of Bedford30163
Town of Cortlandt2522
Town of Eastchester259
Town of Greenburgh1788
Town of Harrison178
Town of Mamaroneck139
Town of Mount Pleasant5773
Town of New Castle1921
Town of New Rochelle917
Town of North Castle4414
Town of North Salem7620
Town of Pelham65
Town of Pound Ridge4910
Town of Salem4445
Town of Scarsdale210
Town of Stephentown6347
Town of Westchester1161
Town of White Plains[4]-54
Town of Yonkers3613
Town of Yorktown929


[2]Sources list vote totals of 1003 for Philip Van Cortlandt and 804 for Richard Hatfield, though the votes given add up to 973 for Philip Van Cortlandt and 808 for Richard Hatfield.
[3]Though listed here as "District 3," U.S. House of Representatives districts in New York were not officially identified by number until 1797. Civil List and Forms of Government of the Colony of the State of New York. 223.
[4]The Diary; or, Loudon's Register (New York, NY) February 21st and New York Journal February 23rd list Richard Hatfield with 50 votes in White Plains.


The Diary; or, Loudon's Register (New York, NY). February 21, 1793.
The Daily Advertiser (New York, NY). February 23, 1793.
The New-York Journal, and Patriotic Register (New York, NY). February 23, 1793.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). March 4, 1793.
The Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, NY). March 6, 1793.
Hudson Gazette (Hudson, NY). March 7, 1793.
Hutchins, S. C. Civil List and Forms of Government of the Colony State of New York. Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons, and, 1870.

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