Indiana 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 1, Special
- U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
- U.S. Congressman
- Indiana 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 1, Special
- First Ballot
- U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
- Jacob Call, Thomas H. Blake, Ratliff Boon
|Candidates:||Jacob Call||Thomas H. Blake||Ratliff Boon|
|Final Result: ||2155||2087||36|
|District of First||2155||2087||36|
"Jacob Call, Esq. who is elected to Congress from this district, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of the Hon. William Prince, his majority over Mr. Blake is 41 votes." The Evansville Gazette (Evansville, IN). January 8, 1825.
"No return was found for Hendricks County. In the August election of this same year Hendricks County had given Blake 95 votes and Call none. The Indianapolis Western Censor, December 7, 1824, lists that Call was elected by a majority of about twenty votes, which would have meant that Blake's majority in Hendricks County was about forthy-eight." Indiana Election Returns, 1816-1851.
The Western Sun and General Advertiser (Vincennes, IN) lists 137 votes for Jacob B. Call.
The Western Sun and General Advertiser (Vincennes, IN) lists 44 votes for Jacob B. Call.
The Western Sun and General Advertiser (Vincennes, IN) lists 74 votes for Jacob B. Call and 77 votes for Thomas Blake.
The Western Sun and General Advertiser (Vincennes, IN) lists 64 votes for Jacob B. Call and 20 votes for Thomas Blake.
Western Sun and General Advertiser (Vincennes, IN). November 27, 1824
Western Sun and General Advertiser (Vincennes, IN). December 11, 1824.
Evansville Gazette (Evansville, IN). January 8 1825.
Riker, Dorothy Lois and Gayle Thornbrough. Indiana Election Returns 1816-1851. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1960. 80.
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