Massachusetts 1806 State Senate, Essex County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Massachusetts 1806 State Senate, Essex County
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Enoch Titcome, John Phillips, Jr., John Heard, Elias H. Derby, John Rowe, Nathaniel Thurston, Joseph Sprague, Daniel Kilham, Moses Little, Thomas Kittredge, John Hathorne, David Pierce
Candidates: Enoch Titcome[1]John Phillips, Jr.[2]John Heard[3]Elias H. Derby[4]John Rowe[5]Nathaniel Thurston[6]Joseph SpragueDaniel KilhamMoses LittleThomas KittredgeJohn HathorneDavid Pierce
Final Result: [7][8]457645714569456845584538------
Essex County457645714569456845584538------
Town of Amesbury82-----79-----
Town of Andover222-----207-----
Town of Beverly394-----137-----
Town of Boxford115-----26-----
Town of Bradford134-----49-----
Town of Danvers286-----127-----
Town of Gloucester259-----269-----
Town of Hamilton100-----30-----
Town of Haverhill180-----111-----
Town of Ipswich272-----165-----
Town of Lynn288-----357-----
District of Lynnfield55-----12-----
Town of Manchester108-----2-----
Town of Marblehead65-----424-----
Town of Metheun94-----94-----
Town of Middleton39-----55-----
Town of Newbury347-----149-----
Town of Newburyport[9]556-----216-----
Town of Rowley146-----64-----
Town of Salem676-----730-----
Town of Salisbury104-----92-----
Town of Topsfield104-----37-----
Town of Wenham36-----28-----


[7]"No. Voters, 7968. Make a choice, 3985." Governor's Council Records.
[8]"SENATORS - Official. The Governor and Council on examination of the returns of votes from the several towns and districts within the Commonwealth, for Counsellors and Senators, find them to stand as follows: Essex. Number of Voters 7968. Make a choice 3985." Eastern Argus (Portland, ME). May 15, 1806.
[9]"Senators - The highest number on the Federal ticket in this town was 556, Democratic 216." Newburyport Herald (Newburyport, MA). April 8, 1806.


Governor's Council Records. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
Newburyport Herald (Newburyport, MA). April 8, 1806.
Salem Gazette (Salem, MA). April 8, 1806.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). April 9, 1806.
The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). April 17, 1806.
The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). April 19, 1806.
Eastern Argus (Portland, ME). May 15, 1806.
Freeman's Friend (Saco, ME). May 21, 1806.

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