New York 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 17

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 17
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
John W. Taylor, Henry V.S. Vandenbergh, Isaac Ackerman, Jonathan R. Chandler, William P. Wickham, James Brisbin, Jr., Henry Brotts, Salmon Child, Orville B. Dribble, William Fellows, Jonathan Hill, Henry Markell, Titus Palme, George Palmer, Elisha Powell, Philip Schuyler, Jonathan R. Spencer, Peter Van Buren, Jack Van Schoonhoven, Elisha Ward
Candidates: John W. Taylor[1]Henry V.S. VandenberghIsaac AckermanJonathan R. ChandlerWilliam P. WickhamJames Brisbin, Jr.Henry BrottsSalmon ChildOrville B. DribbleWilliam FellowsJonathan HillHenry MarkellTitus PalmeGeorge PalmerElisha PowellPhilip SchuylerJonathan R. SpencerPeter Van BurenJack Van SchoonhovenElisha Ward
Final Result: 386310833211111111111111
District of Seventeen386310833211111111111111
Saratoga County386310833211111111111111
Town of Ballston282-------------------
Town of Charlton216------1------------
Town of Concord68-------------------
Town of Corinth149-------------------
Town of Edenburgh196-------------------
Town of Galway310-------------------
Town of Greenfield347------------------1
Town of Hadley29-------------------
Town of Halfmoon314-------------------
Town of Malta170-------------------
Town of Milton317-------1----1------
Town of Moreau170-------------------
Town of Northumberland149-------------------
Town of Providence152-------------------
Town of Saratoga195-------------------
Town of Saratoga Springs201-------------------
Town of Stillwater273-----------------1-
Town of Waterford12110------------------
Town of Wilton204-------------------




Original Election Retuns.
Ballston Spa Gazette (Ballston Spa, NY). November 16, 1824.
Saratoga Sentinel (Saratoga Springs, NY). November 17, 1824.
National Advocate (New York, NY). November 18, 1824.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). December 14, 1824.

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