New Hampshire 1804 Governor's Council, Rockingham County

Governor's Council (State)
Governor's Councillor
New Hampshire 1804 Governor's Council, Rockingham County
New Hampshire
First Ballot
Governor's Council/Governor's Councillor
Levi Bartlett, Joseph Blanchard, John Bradley, Jonathan Wilkins, scattering
Candidates: Levi Bartlett[1]Joseph BlanchardJohn BradleyJonathan Wilkinsscattering
Final Result: [2]3704---720
Rockingham County3704---720
Town of Allenstown-----
Town of Atkinson-----
Town of Bow60----
Town of Brentwood-----
Town of Candia-----
Town of Canterbury12677---
Town of Chester68151---
Town of Chichester-----
Town of Concord14116411-
Town of Deerfield-----
Town of East Kingston4711---
Town of Epping11733---
Town of Epsom-----
Town of Exeter36137---
Town of Greenland878---
Town of Hampstead-----
Town of Hampton-----
Town of Hampton Falls-----
Town of Hawke-----
Town of Kensington-----
Town of Kingston-----
Town of Londonderry34165---
Town of Loudon7486---
Town of New Castle-----
Town of Newington658---
Town of Newmarket13931---
Town of Newton-----
Town of North Hampton6849---
Town of Northfield-----
Town of Northwood-----
Town of Nottingham-----
Town of Pelham-----
Town of Pembroke8763---
Town of Pittsfield-----
Town of Plaistow-----
Town of Poplin-----
Town of Portsmouth636228---
Town of Raymond-----
Town of Rye-----
Town of Salem3286---
Town of Sandown-----
Town of Seabrook-----
Town of South Hampton-----
Town of Stratham-----
Town of Windham686---


[2]"The Committe (sic) to examine and cast the returns of the votes for Councillors, find that in the county of Rockingham, the whole number of votes was 5809 - 2905 making a choice, Levi Bartlett had 3704 votes and is elected - 228 votes given for Jonathan Blanchard, and 14 votes given for Esquire Blanchard, were included by the committee in the scattering votes, although in their opinion they were designed for Joseph Blanchard." Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1804. 17.


Journal of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, 1804. 17.
Concord Town Records, 1732-1820. 373.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). March 14, 1804.
Portsmouth Oracle (Portsmouth, NH). March 17, 1804.
Haverhill Observer (Haverhill, MA). March 20, 1804.
The New Hampshire Gazette (Portsmouth, NH). March 20, 1804.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). March 21, 1804.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). March 28, 1804.
Courier of New Hampshire (Concord, NH). June 13, 1804.
Portsmouth Oracle (Portsmouth, NH). June 16, 1804.
Farmer's Cabinet (Amherst, NH). June 19, 1804.
New-hampshire Sentinel (Keene, NH). June 23, 1804.

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