New York 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 29

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1824 U.S. House of Representatives, District 29
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Parmenio Adams, Isaac Wilson, Ethan B. Allen, Apollos B. Augur, Oliver Benton, Fitch Chipman, Shubael Dunham, Gaius B. Rich, Barack Thayer
Candidates: Parmenio Adams[1]Isaac WilsonEthan B. AllenApollos B. AugurOliver BentonFitch ChipmanShubael DunhamGaius B. RichBarack Thayer
Final Result: 403529691111111
District of Twenty Nine403529691111111
Genesee County403529691111111
Town of Alexander15290-------
Town of Attica158148-------
Town of Barre126131-------
Town of Batavia398119-------
Town of Bennington94111-------
Town of Bergen7371-------
Town of Bethany18983-------
Town of Byron17846-------
Town of Castile44111-------
Town of China8199-------
Town of Clarendon84149-------
Town of Covington95206-------
Town of Elba16951-------
Town of Gaines12287-------
Town of Gainesville7493-------
Town of LeRoy351100-------
Town of Middlebury129212-------
Town of Murray18151-------
Town of Oak Orchard2824-------
Town of Orangeville7257-------
Town of Pembroke227238-------
Town of Perry21277-------
Town of Ridgeway12155-------
Town of Shelby101117-------
Town of Sheldon12648-------
Town of Stafford206112-------
Town of Warsaw103179-------
Town of Wethersfield5056-------
Town of Yates9148-------




Republican Advocate (Batavia, NY). October 29, 1824.
National Advocate (New York, NY). November 18, 1824.
The Newport Patriot (Newport, NY). December 3, 1824.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). December 14, 1824.

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