This election, held several months earlier than usual, was to replace John Quincy Adams in the U.S. Senate, whose seat would expire the following March. In response to this election, John Quincy Adams resigned his seat and a special election was held five days later to fill the remaining portion of his term.
Freeman's Friend (Portland, ME). June 4, 1808.
The Freeman's Journal and Philadelphia Mercantile Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). June 7, 1808.
The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). June 7, 1808.
Republican Spy (Northampton, MA). June 8, 1808.
Hampshire Federalist (Springfield, MA). June 9, 1808.
The Pittsfield Sun (Pittsfield, MA). June 11, 1808.
Litchfield Gazette (Litchfield, CT). June 15, 1808.
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