Massachusetts 1788 State Senate, Middlesex County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1788 State Senate, Middlesex County
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Ebenezer Bridge, Joseph B. Varnum, Joseph Hosmer, Isaac Stearns, Eleazer Brooks, Walter MacFarland, William Thompson, David Brown, Samuel Reed, Marshall Spring, Nathaniel Gorham, William Hunt, John Brooks, William Hull, Joseph Curtis, James Winthrop, Elbridge Geary
Candidates: Ebenezer Bridge[1]Joseph B. Varnum[2]Joseph Hosmer[3]Isaac Stearns[4]Eleazer Brooks[5]Walter MacFarlandWilliam ThompsonDavid BrownSamuel ReedMarshall SpringNathaniel GorhamWilliam HuntJohn BrooksWilliam HullJoseph CurtisJames WinthropElbridge Geary
Final Result: [6]17541674162815491441------------
Middlesex County17541674162815491441------------
Town of Acton-----------------
Town of Ashby-----------------
Town of Bedford-----------------
Town of Billerica-----------------
District of Boxboro-----------------
Town of Cambridge-----------------
District of Carlisle-----------------
Town of Charlestown105106106107106-----3------
Town of Chelmsford-----------------
Town of Concord-----------------
Town of Dracut-----------------
Town of Dunstable-----------------
Town of East Sudbury-----------------
Town of Framingham-----------------
Town of Groton-----------------
Town of Holliston-----------------
Town of Hopkinton-----------------
Town of Lexington[7]4835471845------------
Town of Lincoln-----------------
Town of Littleton-----------------
Town of Malden-----------------
Town of Marlborough-----------------
Town of Medford-----------------
Town of Natick-----------------
Town of Newton-----------------
Town of Pepperell-----------------
Town of Reading90909090903030303030-------
Town of Sherborn-----------------
Town of Shirley-----------------
Town of Stoneham-----------------
Town of Stow-----------------
Town of Sudbury-----------------
Town of Tewksbury-----------------
Town of Townsend-----------------
Town of Waltham-----------------
Town of Watertown534854504923222121277211---
Town of Westford-----------------
Town of Weston56635358543533-2835----2455
Town of Wilmington-----------------
Town of Woburn-----------------


[6]"No. Voters, 2415. Make a choice, 1208." Governor's Council Records.
[7]"In addition to those listed, there were several scattering votes cast in the town of Lexington." The Hampshire Chronicle (Springfield, MA). April 16, 1788.


Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
The Massachusetts Gazette (Boston, MA). April 8, 1788.
The Massachusetts Centinel (Boston, MA). April 9, 1788.
The Independent Chronicle. And the Universal Advertiser (Boston, MA). April 10, 1788.
The Massachusetts Gazette (Boston, MA). April 11, 1788.
The Boston Gazette, and the Country Journal (Boston, MA). April 14, 1788.
The Hampshire Chronicle (Springfield, MA). April 16, 1788.
The Boston Gazette, and the Country Journal (Boston, MA). June 2, 1788.
The Salem Mercury (Salem, MA). June 3, 1788.
Town of Weston: Records of the First Precinct, 1746-1754, and of the Town, 1754-1803. Boston: Alfred Mudge and Son, 1893. 394.
Watertown Records. Vol. 6. Newton, MA: Graphic Press, 1928. 386.

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