"Mr. Hugh Nelson (Judge of the General Court) has, we understand, no competitor for the district of Albemarle, etc., lately represented by Mr. Garland." American, and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). April 13, 1811.
"Richmond, April 9...Congressional Elections ~ No opposition is made to the re-election of Col. Goodwyn, (from the district of Dinwiddie) of Mr. Newton, (from the district of King and Queen) and of Mr. Dawson, (from the district of Spotsylvania). Mr. Gholson, we understand, will be re-elected, without opposition, for the district of Brunswick, etc. All competition has ceased in this district ~ and Mr. CLopton will, of course be re-elected without opposition. Mr. James Pleasant will be elected for the district of Goochland, etc. without opposition. Mr. Hugh Neson (Judge of the General Court) has, we understand, no competitor for the district of Albemarle, etc. lately represented by Mr. Garland. All of the above are firm men and true!" The Enquirer (Richmond, VA). April 9, 1811.
The Enquirer (Richmond, VA). April 9, 1811.
American, and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). April 13, 1811.
National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). April 13, 1811.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). April 16, 1811.
Alexandria Daily Gazette, Commercial and Political (Alexandria, VA). April 23, 1811.
New-York Herald (New York, NY). April 27, 1811.
Farmer's Repository (Charlestown, WV). May 3, 1811.
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