"Mathew Clay, who has served seventeen sessions in Congress, is re-elected for the district composed of the counties of Campbell, Pittsylvania and Halifax, by a majority of 223 votes over his opponent the Rev. John Kerr." Mirror of the Times (Augusta, GA). May 27, 1811.
"The Stauntion 'Spirit of the Press'... 'No doubt can be entertained (says the Lynchburg Star (Lynchburg, VA)) of Matthew Clay's election. In Pittsylvania he got a majority of 315 over his competitor Parson Carr [sic]. Halifax election, the last in the district, takes place on the 22d.'" The Enquirer (Richmond, VA). April 26, 1811.
"In Pittsylvania county, Mathew Clay obtained a majority of 315 over Mr. Kerr. There is no doubt of his re-election." National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). April 30, 1811.
The Enquirer (Richmond, VA). April 26, 1811.
National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). April 30, 1811.
American, and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). May 1, 1811.
Raleigh Register, and North-Carolina State Gazette (Raleigh, NC). May 10, 1811.
Mirror of the Times (Augusta, GA). May 27, 1811.
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