Connecticut 1810 U.S. Senate

Office:
U.S. Senate (Federal)
Title:
U.S. Senator
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
Connecticut 1810 U.S. Senate, Special
Date:
1810
State:
Connecticut
Type:
Special
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
Candidates:
Samuel W. Dana, Asa Spalding
Candidates: Samuel W. Dana[1]Asa Spalding
Affiliation:Federalist
Final Result: [2]--
General Assembly--
Council of Assistants[3]--
House of Representatives13719

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]"On accepting the office of commissioner of the school-fund, Mr. Hillhouse resigned his seat in the senate. Immediately on accepting the resignation of Mr. Hillhouse, the assembly proceeded to the appointment of a successor, and the honorable Samuel W. Dana was chosen." Connecticut Mirror (Hartford, CT). June 4, 1810.
[3]"In the council the votes for Mr. Dana were unanimous." Connecticut Mirror (Hartford, CT). June 4, 1810.

References:

Connecticut Mirror (Hartford, CT). June 4, 1810.
Connecticut Herald (New Haven, CT). June 5, 1810.
The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). June 6, 1810.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). June 7, 1810.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). June 8, 1810.
Connecticut Gazette (New London, CT). June 13, 1810.
Universal Gazette (Washington, DC). June 14, 1810.

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handwritten notes
Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).
handwritten notes
Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).

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