New York 1800 U.S. Senate, Special

Office:
U.S. Senate (Federal)
Title:
U.S. Senator
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
New York 1800 U.S. Senate, Special
Date:
1800
State:
New York
Type:
Special
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
Candidates:
John Armstrong, Peter Gansevoort, Jr.
Candidates: John Armstrong[1]Peter Gansevoort, Jr.
Affiliation:
Final Result: [2]1412
Assembly992
Senate[3][4]42-

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]"In the place of the Hon. John Lawrance, who has resigned." Journal of the New York State Senate.
[3]"The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Present, His honor the Lieutenant Governor, President, and forty-two Senators." Journal of the New York State Senate.
[4]"Resolved, That John Armstrong, of the town of Rhinebeck, County of Dutchess, be, and he is hereby unanimously nominated by the Senate.." Journal of the New York State Senate.

References:

Journal of the New York Assembly, 1800. 10, 11.
Journal of the New York State Senate, 1800. 8.
American Citizen and General Advertiser (New York, NY). November 10, 1800.
The Centinel of Freedom (Newark, NJ). November 11, 1800.
Columbian Museum and Savannah Advertiser (Savannah, GA). November 19, 1800.
Universal Gazette (Washington, DC). November 20, 1800.

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