Massachusetts 1804 U.S. House of Representatives, Norfolk District
- U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
- U.S. Congressman
- Massachusetts 1804 U.S. House of Representatives, Norfolk District
- First Ballot
- U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
- Ebenezer Seaver, Thomas B. Adams, William Hull, Nathaniel Ames, Perez Morton
|Candidates:||Ebenezer Seaver||Thomas B. Adams||William Hull||Nathaniel Ames||Perez Morton|
|Final Result: ||2120||1148||11||2||1|
|District of Norfolk||2120||1148||11||2||1|
|Town of Holliston||37||33||-||-||-|
|Town of Hopkinton||126||10||1||-||-|
|Town of Natick||20||13||-||-||-|
|Town of Newtown||29||83||-||-||-|
|Town of Sherburne||51||39||-||-||-|
|Town of Billingham||44||21||-||-||-|
|Town of Braintree||74||78||-||-||-|
|Town of Brookline||27||26||5||-||-|
|Town of Canton||103||25||-||-||-|
|Town of Cohasset||18||25||-||-||-|
|Town of Dedham||198||54||-||-||-|
|Town of Dorchester||164||86||-||-||1|
|District of Dover||40||17||-||-||-|
|Town of Foxborough||56||24||-||-||-|
|Town of Franklin||41||91||-||-||-|
|Town of Medfield||36||36||-||-||-|
|Town of Medway||82||28||-||-||-|
|Town of Milton||91||46||-||-||-|
|Town of Needham||70||23||-||-||-|
|Town of Quincy||21||86||-||-||-|
|Town of Randolph||116||17||-||-||-|
|Town of Roxbury||276||120||5||2||-|
|Town of Sharon||57||28||-||-||-|
|Town of Stoughton||118||22||-||-||-|
|Town of Walpole||59||40||-||-||-|
|Town of Weymouth||50||24||-||-||-|
|Town of Wrentham||116||53||-||-||-|
"In Norfolk District, the noted Seaver, who took pay for three days more than he attended in Congress, is re-elected." Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). November 7, 1804.
Ebenezer Seaver received 59 votes as William Seaver.
Original Election Returns. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Columbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). November 7, 1804.
The Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). November 7, 1804.
The Democrat (Boston, MA). March 9, 1805.
The Independent Chronicle (Boston, MA). March 21, 1805.
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