Massachusetts 1821 State Senate, Suffolk County
- State Senate (State)
- State Senator
- Massachusetts 1821 State Senate, Suffolk County
- First Ballot
- State Senate/State Senator
- John Phillips, John Welles, Joseph Tilden, Jonathan Hunnewell, Lemuel Shaw, Warren Dutton, William Gray, William Ingalls, Henry Dearborn, James T. Austin, Thomas Baldwin, Thomas Badger, Benjamin Russell, David Sears, Samuel A. Wells, Samuel Hubbard, John D. Dyer, Henry Orne, Ebenezer Clough, Josiah Quincy, D. Baxter, J. Salisbury, D. Webster, Hosea Ballou, P. P. F. Degrand, Thomas Howe, W. Jackson, T. H. Perkins, W. Sullivan, Isaac Winslow, S. Adams, S. Billings, T. Brigham, J. Brooks, C. M. Dommett, J. Evarts, H. Lincoln, W. Little, J. Lloyd, T. Lyman, J. Mason, W. Parmenter, S. G. Perkins, J. Putnam, D. Willis, T. L. Winthrop, R. Bacon, Jr., F. Baker, T. Bartlett, F. Bassett, G. Bond, N. Brooks, P. C. Brooks, G. Cabot, J. Coolidge, N. Curtis, A. Dunlap, J. Eaton, W. Eustis, J. F. Freeman, B. V. French, N. Gamage, S. Gardner, S. Goodnow, J. Hall, Jr., J. Harris, A. Hill, J. Howe, M. M. Hunt, P. F. Jackson, T. K. Jones, Edward Jones, S. L. Knapp, F. Lane, W. Lawrence, J. Loring, J. S. Lovell, T. Melville, T. Page, J. Parker, W. Pelby, W. Phillips, P. Richardson, W. Ropes, J. Russell, J. H. Schaffer, W. P. Shelton, S. A. Shurtleff, J. H. Smith, N. Snow, W. D. Sohier, S. Soper, R. Sturgis, W. Sturgis, G. Sullivan, W. H. Sumner, W. Tileston, E. Torry, D. Townsend, W. Tudor, E. Vose, S. Waldo, S. H. Walley, S. Walter, S. Wells, B. Whitman, E. Williams
"Whole number of votes, 26562. Necessary to make a choice, 2214." Governor's Council Records.
Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Boston Town Records. 179.
Independent Chronicle and Boston Patriot (Boston, MA). April 3, 1821.
New-England Palladium and Commercial Advertiser (Boston, MA). April 3, 1821.
Columbian Centinel (Boston, MA). April 4, 1821.
Boston Weekly Messenger (Boston, MA). April 5, 1821.
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