"On Tuesday the Legislature of this state assembled in joint meeting to elect a senator of the United States to serve six years from the 4th March 1813." The Susquehanna Democrat (Wilkes-Barre, PA). December 13, 1812.
"Abner Lacock is chosen a senator of the United States from Pennsylvania, vice Andrew Gregg, whose term of service will expire on the 4th day of March next." The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). December 17, 1812.
"Mr. Montgomery was strongly recommended by some, as an honest, independent republican, and, moreover more eligible, as not holding an office at present." The Pittsburg Gazette. December 18, 1812.
Four members of the State House of Representatives did not vote in this election: Reese Hill of Greene County, Daniel W. Dingman of Lehigh and Northampton Counties, John Connelly of Philadelphia City, and Thomas MacCall of Washington County.
Five members of the State Senate did not vote in this election: John Barclay and Charles Biddle of Philadelphia City and County, John Newbold of Chester and Delaware Counties, Samuel Gross of Montgomery County, and Wilson Smith of the district of Crawford, Erie, Mercer, Venango, and Warren Counties.
Journal of the Pennsylvania State Senate, 1812. 41-43.
The Susquehanna Democrat (Wilkes-Barre, PA). December 13, 1812.
National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). December 15, 1812.
The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). December 17, 1812.
The Pittsburgh Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA). December 18, 1812.
The Crawford Weekly Messenger (Meadville, PA). December 23, 1812.
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