Vermont 1802 U.S. House of Representatives, District 3

Office:
U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
Title:
U.S. Congressman
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
Vermont 1802 U.S. House of Representatives, Northeast District
Date:
1802
State:
Vermont
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Candidates:
William Chamberlain, Nathaniel Niles, James Fisk, Samuel C. Crafts, Jedediah P. Buckingham, James Whitlaw, scattering
Candidates: William Chamberlain[1]Nathaniel NilesJames FiskSamuel C. CraftsJedediah P. BuckinghamJames Whitlawscattering
Affiliation:FederalistRepublicanRepublicanRepublican
Final Result: [2]8916791083111
District of Northeast[3]8916791083111
Caledonia County[4]370279311---
Town of Barnet-------
Town of Billymead-------
Town of Burke[5]514-----
Town of Cabot1834-----
Town of Calais-------
Town of Danville5987-----
Town of Groton-------
Town of Hardwick[6]192111---
Town of Lyndon4042-----
Town of Marshfield182-----
Town of Montpelier33-29----
Town of Peacham899-----
Town of Plainfield-------
Town of Ryegate6201----
Town of Saint Johnsbury567-----
Town of Sheffield114-----
Town of Walden1312-----
Town of Waterford1317-----
Town of Wheelock-------
Town of Woodbury-------
Essex County7740---1-
Town of Granby4------
Town of Guildhall181---1-
Orange County3453177521--
Town of Bradford1841-1---
Town of Chelsea4018-----
Town of Newbury[7]3641-1---
Town of Northfield222-----
Town of Randolph7847-----
Town of Roxbury48-----
Town of Tunbridge44-1-1--
Town of Washington1420-----
Orleans County[8]99437---1
Town of Barton[9]20-2----
Town of Brownington[10]11------
Town of Craftsbury201-----
Town of Derby[11]2033----
Town of Duncansborough[12]-------
Town of Elmore44-----
Town of Glover[13]5------
Town of Greensborough14172---1
Town of Hydepark518-----

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]The Official Results as listed in several sources, including the Middlebury Mercury (Middlebury, VT), January 19 and the The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT), January 19, are 801 votes for William Chamberlain and 568 for Nathaniel Niles. The county totals, however, add up to 891 votes for Chamberlain and 679 votes for Niles.
[3]In the Northeast District, the votes of a number of towns were not reported in time to be counted.
[4]The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT), January 19, and the National Intelligencer, February 18, report 338 votes for William Chamberlain and 171 for Nathanile Niles in Caledonia County.
[5]The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT), December 29, reports 7 votes for William Chamberlain and 13 for Nathaniel Niles in Burke.
[6]The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT), December 29, reports 17 votes for William Chamberlain in Hardwick.
[7]Newbury Town Records do not list any votes for Nathaniel Niles.
[8]The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT), January 19, and the National Intelligencer, February 18, report 41 votes for William Chamberlain and 40 for Nathaniel Niles in Orleans County.
[9]The town totals were not counted in the canvas of votes.
[10]The town totals were not counted in the canvas of votes.
[11]The town totals were not counted in the canvas of votes.
[12]"Vote for William Chamberlain, Esq. for Representative...in the Congress," individual vote counts not included in the listing. Duncansborough Town Records.
[13]The town totals were not counted in the canvas of votes.

References:

Bradford Town Records.
Burke Town Records.
Cabot Town Records.
Chelsea Town Records.
Danville Town Records.
Duncansborough Town Records.
Elmore Town Records.
Granby Town Records.
Hardwick Town Records.
Marshfield Town Records.
Montpelier Town Records.
Newbury Town Records.
Northfield Town Records.
Randolph Town Records.
Roxbury Town Records.
Sheffield Town Records.
Tunbridge Town Records.
Walden Town Records.
Washington Town Records.
The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT). December 15, 1802.
Spooner's Vermont Journal (Windsor, VT). December 21, 1802.
The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT). December 22, 1802.
Spooner's Vermont Journal (Windsor, VT). December 28, 1802.
The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT). December 29, 1802.
Vermont Centinel (Burlington, VT). January 13, 1803.
The Rutland Herald (Rutland, VT). January 15, 1803.
Federal Galaxy (Brattleboro, VT). January 17, 1803.
The Green Mountain Patriot (Peacham, VT). January 19, 1803.
Middlebury Mercury (Middlebury, VT). January 19, 1803.
Vermont Centinel (Burlington, VT). January 27, 1803.
The Rutland Herald (Rutland, VT). January 29, 1803.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). February 18, 1803.

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Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).
handwritten notes
Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).

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