New Hampshire 1824 U.S. Senate, Ballot 10
- U.S. Senate (Federal)
- U.S. Senator
- New Hampshire 1824 U.S. Senate, Ballot 10
- New Hampshire
- Tenth Ballot
- U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
- William Plumer, Jr., Arthur Livermore, Ichabod Bartlett, Jeremiah Mason, nay
|Candidates:||William Plumer, Jr.||Arthur Livermore||Ichabod Bartlett||Jeremiah Mason||nay|
|House of Representatives||58||-||-||-||142|
"In the House, Friday afternoon, on the question of concurrence with the Senate in their election of Mr. Plumer, as Senator to Congress, the years and nays were taken by ballot, and were, yeas 58, nays 142." Boston Weekly Messenger (Boston, MA). December 9, 1824.
The Columbian Centinel (Boston, MA) lists 124 nay votes.
"In the afternoon, the Senate again, proceeded to ballot for a Senator. And on the third time made choice of the Hon. William Plumer, Jr." Boston Weekly Messenger (Boston, MA). December 9, 1824.
The Baltimore Patriot and Mercantile Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). lists Jeremiah Mason with 3 votes, no votes for Arthur Livermore and 2 scattering votes.
Farmer's Cabinet (Amherst, NH). December 4, 1824.
New-Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, NH). December 6, 1824.
New-Hampshire Repository (Concord, NH). December 6, 1824.
New-Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). December 7, 1824.
Columbian Centinel (Boston, MA). December 8, 1824.
Boston Weekly Messenger (Boston, MA). December 9, 1824.
Baltimore Patriot and Mercantile Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). December 10, 1824.
New-hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH). December 10, 1824.
The Democratic Press (Philadelphia, PA). December 11, 1824.
Farmer's Cabinet (Amherst, NH). December 11, 1824.
The Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics (Portsmouth, NH). December 11, 1824.
Bellows Falls Intelligencer (Bellows Falls, VT). December 13, 1824.
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