Connecticut 1804 U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Connecticut 1804 U.S. House of Representatives
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Calvin Goddard, Samuel W. Dana, Jonathan Davenport, Jr., Roger Griswold, Benjamin Talmadge, John C. Smith, Jonathan Moseley, Timothy Pitkin, Lewis B. Sturges, Theodore Dwight, Epaphroditus Champion, Nathaniel Rossiter, Samuel B. Sherwood, Sylvanus Backus, Sylvester Gilbert, Ebenezer Huntington, John Caldwell, Simeon Baldwin
Candidates: Calvin Goddard[1]Samuel W. Dana[2]Jonathan Davenport, Jr.[3]Roger Griswold[4]Benjamin Talmadge[5]John C. Smith[6]Jonathan Moseley[7]Timothy PitkinLewis B. SturgesTheodore DwightEpaphroditus ChampionNathaniel RossiterSamuel B. SherwoodSylvanus BackusSylvester GilbertEbenezer HuntingtonJohn CaldwellSimeon Baldwin
Final Result: [8]9956978794849465877175057126206945435727218614413979524316
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Town of Warren78757275717370----512233-
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[8]"The Representatives of the present Congress from this State are all re-elected to the next Congress, except Simeon Baldwin, Esq. who declined a re-election; in his place Jonathan O. Moseley, Esq. is chosen." Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). October 25, 1804.


Original Election Certificate, Warren. State Archives, Connecticut State Library, Hartford.
The Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT). October 23, 1804.
Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). October 24, 1804.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). October 25, 1804.
Republican Farmer (Danbury, CT). October 25, 1804.
Windham Herald (Windham, CT). October 25, 1804.
Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). October 26, 1804.
The Courier (Norwich, CT). October 31, 1804.
Litchfield Monitor (Litchfield, CT). October 31, 1804.
Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, CT). November 2, 1804.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). November 5, 1804.

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