North Carolina 1825 U.S. House of Representatives, District 7

Office:
U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
Title:
U.S. Congressman
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
North Carolina 1825 U.S. House of Representatives, District 7
Date:
1825
State:
North Carolina
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Candidates:
Archibald MacNeill, John Culpepper, Barrott, scattering
Candidates: Archibald MacNeill[1]John CulpepperBarrottscattering
Affiliation:Anti-CaucusCaucus
Final Result: [2][3]3086290537
District of Seven3086290537
Anson County13911953-
Captain Allens961--
Captain Austens-76--
Captain Candles698--
Captain Clarks-64--
Captain Flourneys698--
Captain Gaddys235--
Captain Griffins582--
Captain Hubberts618--
Captain Huntlys946--
Captain Jenkings151--
Captain MacKenzies46823-
Captain Perrys564--
Captain Phillips2062--
Captain Poes483--
Captain Smith586--
Captain Sullivans149--
Captain Trulls344--
Captain Vershine1196--
Cumberland County820194-7
Averasborough11140--
Barbacue1221--
Christians9916--
Fayetteville334120-7
Newberry's3517--
Smiths119---
Montgomery County321667--
Polling Place One5517--
Polling Place Two3326--
Polling Place Three28118--
Polling Place Four2350--
Polling Place Five1038--
Polling Place Six1688--
Polling Place Seven2051--
Polling Place Eight461--
Polling Place Nine1469--
Polling Place Ten1241--
Polling Place Eleven7141--
Polling Place Twelve729--
Polling Place Thirteen2838--
Moore County[4]827119--
Richmond County400433--
Black Jack[5]----
Captain Brown's3480--
Captain Dockery's1284--
Captain John MacNeill's786--
Rockingham56113--
Robeson County579297--

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]The Western Carolinian (Salisbury, NC) lists Archibald MacNeill with a majority of 220 votes.
[3]The Raleigh Register, and North-Carolina State Gazette (Raleigh, NC) and the The Nashville Whig (Nashville, TN) list Archibald MacNeill with a majority of 243 votes.
[4]The Carolina Observer lists Archibald MacNeill with a majority of 750 votes.
[5]There were vote totals of 55 and 32 but they were not assigned to any particular candidate.

References:

Original Election Returns. State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh.
Carolina Observer (Fayetteville, NC). August 18, 1825.
Cheraw Intelligencer and Southern Register (Cheraw, SC). August 19, 1825.
Raleigh Register, and North-Carolina State Gazette (Raleigh, NC). August 23, 1825.
Carolina Observer (Fayetteville, NC). August 25, 1825.
Cheraw Intelligencer and Southern Register (Cheraw, SC). August 26, 1825.
The Star, and North-Carolina State Gazette (Raleigh, NC). August 26, 1825.
Western Carolinian (Salisbury, NC). September 6, 1825.
Sparta Review (Sparta, TN). September 7, 1825.
Cheraw Intelligencer and Southern Register (Cheraw, SC). September 16, 1825.
The Nashville Whig (Nashville, TN). September 17, 1825.
Republican Star, or, General Advertiser (Easton, MD). October 18, 1825.
Hinshaw, Seth Beeson, ed. North Carolina Election Returns 1790-1866: Covering the Races for President, Governor and U.S. House. 1992. State Library of North Carolina, Raleigh.

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