The November 18th Kentucky Gazette lists 102 votes for John Rowan.
"Friday, November 5th. The election took place today, agreeably to the Resolution passed yesterday. There was no opposition to the Hon. John Rowan, who received 105 votes, was duly elected a Senator of the United States for six years from the 4th of March next. The Hon. Isham Talbot, declined a re-election; 4 votes were nevertheless given for him in the Senate; for Mr. Rowan in that branch 27. In the House, Mr. Rowan alone being nominated, the question was taken by Yeas and Nays--Yeas 78, Nays 16." Argus of Western America (Frankfort, KY). November 10, 1824.
"The Hon. John Rowan (a Federalist) has been elected to Congress the state of Kentucky, for six years after the 4th of March next. Mr. Rowan had no competitor for the office and received 27 votes in the Senate, and 78 votes in the hosue of representatives." The Schenectady Cabinet. December 7, 1824.
Argus of Western America (Frankfort, KY). November 10, 1824.
The Weekly Messenger (Russellville, KY). November 13, 1824.
Kentucky Gazette (Lexington, KY). November 18, 1824.
National Journal (Washington, DC). November 18, 1824.
Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, VA). November 23, 1824.
The Cabinet (Schenectady, NY). December 7, 1824.
Election of United States Senators by the General Assembly (typed manuscript). Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort.
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