New Hampshire 1793 State Senate, District 12

State Senate (State)
State Senator
New Hampshire 1793 State Senate, District 12
New Hampshire
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Jonathan Freeman, Samuel Emerson, Elisha Payne, scattering
Candidates: Jonathan FreemanSamuel EmersonElisha Paynescattering
Final Result: [1][2]388160-345
District of Twelve388160-345
Grafton County388160-345
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[1]"For the 12 District, the whole number of votes returned amount to 900 - no one person having a majority." New Hampshire Provincial and State Papers. Vol. XXII. Concord, NH: State of New Hampshire, 1867. 743.
[2]The Phenix (Dover, NH), May 28, reports 383 total votes for Jonathan Freeman.


The American Herald of Liberty (Exeter, NH). May 21, 1793.
The New Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). May 21, 1793.
Concord Herald (Concord, NH). May 23, 1793.
The Mirrour (Concord, NH). May 27, 1793.
The Phenix (Dover, NH). May 28, 1793.
Downs, Charles A. History of Lebanon, N.H. 1761-1887. Concord, NH: Rumford Printing, 1908. 188.
Foster, Herbert Darling, George Mendal Bridgman and Sidney Bradshaw Fay. The Records of the Town of Hanover, New Hampshire, 1761-1818. Hanover, NH: Hanover, 1905. 120.
Hoyt, Peter L. Hoyt's History of Wentworth, New Hampshire, as transcribed from the Original Manuscript by Francis A. Muzzey. Littleton, NH: Courier, 1976. 240.
New Hampshire Provincial and State Papers. Vol. XXII. Concord, NH: State of New Hampshire, 1867. 743.

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