Kentucky 1814 Speaker of the House
- Speaker of the House (State)
- Speaker of the House
- Kentucky 1814 Speaker of the House
- First Ballot
- Speaker of the House/Speaker of the House
- William T. Barry, William B. Blackburn
|Candidates:||William T. Barry||William B. Blackburn|
|House of Representatives||41||23|
"On Monday last the two houses formed a quorum to do business. The house of representatives elected William T. Barry speaker. The number of votes for him were 41. Mr. W.B. Blackburn got 23." The Western Monitor (Lexington, KY). December 9, 1814.
"House of Representatives. Monday, Dec. 5. The House met and formed a quorum to do business--64 members appearing and taking their seats. The present being called ...to fill the Speaker's Chair for the present session. A vote was then taken, whereon it appeared that there were ... for William T. Barry, 41, William B. Blackburn, 23." Kentucky Gazette (Lexington, KY). December 12, 1814.
The Western Monitor (Lexington, KY). December 9, 1814.
Kentucky Gazette (Lexington, KY). December 12, 1814.
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