New York 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 30

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 30
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Daniel G. Garnsey, William Hotchkiss, John G. Camp, Bela H. Colegrove, Daniel Washburn, James Tallmadge, DeWitt Clinton, Calvin Fillmore, Robert Fleming, Samuel Wilkeson, James Wisner, Nathan Mixer, Samuel A. Brown, Albert H. Tracy, John Quincy Adams
Candidates: Daniel G. Garnsey[1]William HotchkissJohn G. CampBela H. ColegroveDaniel WashburnJames TallmadgeDeWitt ClintonCalvin FillmoreRobert FlemingSamuel WilkesonJames WisnerNathan MixerSamuel A. BrownAlbert H. TracyJohn Quincy Adams
Final Result: 238722352127422111111111
District of Thirty238722352127422111111111
Chautauque County1732602101-111--------
Town of Busti[2]1141412------------
Town of Chautauque[3]88966------------
Town of Clymer395-------------
Town of Ellelry111431------------
Town of Ellicott1543631------------
Town of Gerry203202------------
Town of Hanover2966-------------
Town of Harmony[4]74336------------
Town of Mina4219-------------
Town of Pomfret338783------------
Town of Portland101924------------
Town of Ripley701166------------
Town of Stockton9327-------------
Town of Villenova[5]767-------------
Erie County5617271516411111------
Niagara County94906510--1---11----


[2]William Hotchkiss received 14 votes as Wm. Hotchkiss.
[3]Daniel G. Garnsey received 1 vote as Daniel G. Gurnsey.
[4]Daniel G. Garnsey received 7 votes as Daniel G. Gurnsey.
[5]Daniel G. Garnsey received 76 votes as Daniel G. Gurnsey.


Original Election Returns.
National Advocate (New York, NY). November 18, 1824.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). December 10, 1824.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). December 14, 1824.
Warren, Emory F. Sketches of The History of Chautauque County. Jamestown, NY: J. Warren Fletcher, 1846. 82-83.

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