New Hampshire 1798 Governor's Council, Cheshire County

Governor's Council (State)
Governor's Councillor
New Hampshire 1798 Governor's Council, Cheshire County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Governor's Council/Governor's Councillor
Thomas Bellows, Daniel Newcomb, scattering
Candidates: Thomas BellowsDaniel Newcombscattering
Final Result: [1][2]803561484
Cheshire County803561484
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[1]"The whole number of votes 1848 - 925 making a choice of which the Hon. Thomas Bellows has 803. The Hon. Daniel Newcomb 561 - they have the highest numbers are candidates." Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1798. 16.
[2]"Proceeded by joint ballot and made choice of the Hon. Thomas Bellows, Esq. counsellor for the county of Cheshire." Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1798. 17.


Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1798. 16-17.
The Rising Sun (Keene, NH). March 10, 1798.
Seward, Josiah Lafayette. A History of the Town of Sullivan, New Hampshire: 1777-1917. Keene, NH: J.L. Seward, 1921. 214.

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