New York 1810 U.S. House of Representatives, District 8

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1810 U.S. House of Representatives, District 8
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Benjamin Pond, James MacCrea, Gates Hoit, William Steward, William North, Samuel MacCrea, Henry Yates, Jr., William Bailey, Delevan Delance, Jr., Nicholas Fish, William MacCrea, John Pond, George H. Throop, Daniel D. Tompkins
Candidates: Benjamin Pond[1]James MacCreaGates HoitWilliam StewardWilliam NorthSamuel MacCreaHenry Yates, Jr.William BaileyDelevan Delance, Jr.Nicholas FishWilliam MacCreaJohn PondGeorge H. ThroopDaniel D. Tompkins
Final Result: [2][3]356026231164221111111
District of Eight356026231164221111111
Clinton County55540384---1-----1
Essex County690415------1---1-
Franklin County[4]98203323----1----
Town of Chataugay3354------------
Town of Constable1356------------
Town of Dickenson732------------
Town of Malone6561------------
Saratoga County22171602--122---11--
Town of Ballston181122------------
Town of Charlton135127------------
Town of Edinburgh9348------------
Town of Galway205101----2-------
Town of Greenfield235136------------
Town of Hadley13031--------11--
Town of Halfmoon343351------------
Town of Malta9299------------
Town of Milton200104------------
Town of Moreau8929------------
Town of Northumberland91133------------
Town of Providence10372------------
Town of Saratoga221110------------
Town of Stillwater99139------------


[2]Gates Hoit and William Steward were candidates for the Assembly. Nicholas Fish was a candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Daniel D. Tompkins was a candidate for Governor.
[3]"The following statement shows the result of the Congressional election throughout the state...8th Con. district. Saratoga, Essex, Clinton, Franklin-- Benjamin Pond [majority] 937." The Advertiser (Ballston Spa, NY). July 10, 1810.
[4]The Columbian (New York, NY) lists Benjamin Pond with 101 votes.


Original Election Returns.
Saratoga Advertiser (Ballston Spa, NY). May 8, 1810.
Utica Patriot (Utica, NY). May 8, 1810.
The Columbian (New York, NY). May 11, 1810.
The Independent American (Ballston Spa, NY). May 15, 1810.
Columbian Gazette (Utica, NY). May 22, 1810.
The Columbian (New York, NY). May 24, 1810.
The Columbian (New York, NY). June 4, 1810.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). June 19, 1810.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). June 21, 1810.
The Balance, and New-York State Journal (Albany, NY). June 22, 1810.
The Advertiser (Ballston Spa, NY). July 10, 1810.

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