Massachusetts 1811 U.S. House of Representatives, Middlesex District, Special

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Massachusetts 1811 U.S. House of Representatives, Middlesex District, Special
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
John L. Tuttle, Loammi Baldwin, Edmund Foster, Marshall Spring, Solomon Aiken, Samuel Hoar, William M. Richardson, Abraham Biglow, Jonathan Maynard, Robert Brimley, Timothy Falter, Daniel Varnum
Candidates: John L. TuttleLoammi BaldwinEdmund FosterMarshall SpringSolomon AikenSamuel HoarWilliam M. RichardsonAbraham BiglowJonathan MaynardRobert BrimleyTimothy FalterDaniel Varnum
Final Result: [1][2]1361114238217384432111
District of Middlesex1361114238217384432111
Middlesex County1361114238217384432111
Town of Acton81677---------
Town of Ashby62501---------
Town of Bedford3120----------
Town of Billerica3392----------
Town of Boxborough372113--------
Town of Brighton416----------
Town of Burlington1925----------
Town of Cambridge281124---------
Town of Carlisle57---1-------
Town of Chelmsford6944----------
Town of Concord99934---------
Town of Dracut94201---------
Town of Dunstable34123---------
Town of East Sudbury372113--------
Town of Framingham5257---2------
Town of Groton30816---------
Town of Lexington10720----------
Town of Lincoln3024514--------
Town of Littleton-29553----2---
Town of Marlborough78454---------
Town of Pepperell68296--------1
Town of Shirley31345---------
Town of Stoneham40-----------
Town of Stow-2329--24-----
Town of Sudbury544-7---2----
Town of Tewksbury4115--4--1----
Town of Townsend4344----------
Town of Tyngsboro3037-------1--
Town of Waltham128145--------
Town of Watertown113-67--------
Town of West Cambridge7017-23------1-
Town of Westford812641--------
Town of Weston417331---------
Town of Wilmington3923--3-------
Town of Woburn8131----------


[1]Special election to fill the seat of Joseph B. Varnum, having resigned June 29, 1811 before the 12th Congress convened.
[2]Massachusetts law required a majority to elect for the U.S. House of Representatives. A 2nd Trial would be held on November 4, 1811.


Original Election Returns. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Merrimack Intelligencer (Haverhill, MA). October 26, 1811.
The Sun (Baltimore, MD). October 28, 1811.
The Alexandria Herald (Alexandria, VA). October 31, 1811.
Republican Star or Eastern Shore General Advertiser (Easton, MD). November 5, 1811.

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