New York 1793 U.S. House of Representatives, District 1

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1793 U.S. House of Representatives, District 1
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Thomas Tredwell, Joshua Sands, Harry Peters
Candidates: Thomas Tredwell[1]Joshua SandsHarry Peters
Final Result: [2]1446769673
District of One1446769673
Kings County1242535
Town of Brooklyn42284
Town of Bushwyck-308
Town of Flatbush66310
Town of Flatlands2235
Town of Gravesend[3]-338
Town of New Utrecht-48-
Queens County365300608
Town of Flushing157620
Town of Jamaica763123
Town of Newtown74397
Town of North Hempstead812382
Town of Oyster Bay10310445
Town of South Hempstead1627431
Suffolk County10694430
Town of Brookhaven1832413
Town of Easthampton96--
Town of Huntington31263
Town of Islip22812
Town of Riverhead89--
Town of Smithtown1051-
Town of Southampton1355-
Town of Southold127-2


[2]In the New York Journal, Joshua Sands's name was incorrectly reported as "J. Smith."
[3]The Diary; or, Loudon's Register (New York, NY) lists J. Sands with 3 votes in Gravesend.


The Diary; or, Loudon's Register (New York, NY). February 20, 1793.
The New-York Journal, and Patriotic Register (New York, NY). February 20, 1793.
The Daily Advertiser (New York, NY). February 21, 1793.
The New-York Journal, and Patriotic Register (New York, NY). February 23, 1793.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). March 4, 1793.
The Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, NY). March 6, 1793.
Hudson Gazette (Hudson, NY). March 7, 1793.
Onderdonk, Henry, Jr. Queens County in Olden Times. Jamaica, NY: Charles Welling, 1865. 82.

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