Pennsylvania 1824 Speaker of the House
- Speaker of the House (State)
- Speaker of the House
- Pennsylvania 1824 Speaker of the House
- First Ballot
- Speaker of the House/Speaker of the House
- Joel B. Sutherland, Joseph Ritner, Ner Middlesworth, William Lehman, William Diven, Joshua Hunt, James Keys, James A. Mahany, Jonathan Roberts, William Smyth
|Candidates:||Joel B. Sutherland||Joseph Ritner||Ner Middlesworth||William Lehman||William Diven||Joshua Hunt||James Keys||James A. Mahany||Jonathan Roberts||William Smyth|
|Final Result: ||31||27||15||10||4||4||1||1||1||1|
|House of Representatives||31||27||15||10||4||4||1||1||1||1|
"At 2 o'clock, in the afternoon, the members convened at the Capitol. On motion of Mr. Lehman, the clerk read the returns of elections; and upon calling over the last of members, 95 answered to their names. On motion of Mr. Hutter, the members proceeded to vote for Speaker." Harrisburg Chronicle (Harrisburg, PA). December 9, 1824.
American Volunteer (Carlisle, PA). December 9, 1824.
Harrisburg Chronicle (Harrisburg, PA). December 9, 1824.
The Democratic Press (Philadelphia, PA). December 10, 1824.
Der Readinger Adler (Reading, PA). December 14, 1824.
Juniata Gazette (Lewistown, PA). December 14, 1824.
Village Record, or Chester and Delaware Federalist (West Chester, PA). December 15, 1824.
The Examiner (Washington, PA). December 18, 1824.
The Reporter (Washington, PA). December 27, 1824.
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