Delaware 1816 Governor
- Governor (State)
- Delaware 1816 Governor
- First Ballot
- John Clark, Manaen Bull, Thomas Janvier, Thomas Clayton, John Clay
|Candidates:||John Clark||Manaen Bull||Thomas Janvier||Thomas Clayton||John Clay|
|Final Result: ||4008||3517||1||1||1|
|New Castle County||1090||1706||1||1||1|
|White Clay Creek||45||125||-||-||-|
|Lewes and Reho||83||108||-||-||-|
|North West Fork||142||207||-||-||-|
Some of the sources refer to John Clark as John Clarke. The Delaware Gazette of October 14, 1816 refers to him as "Col. J. Clarke".
The Alexandria Herald (Alexandria, VA) of October 11, 1816, the Delaware Patriot, and Eastern Shore Advertiser (Wilmington, DE) of October 4, 1816, and the Republican Star or General Advertiser (Easton, MD) of October 15, 1816, list John Clark with 4068 votes.
The Delaware Patriot, and Eastern Shore Advertiser (Wilmington, DE) of October 4, 1816 lists John Clark with 1279 votes.
The Republican Star or General Advertiser (Easton, MD) of October 15, 1816 lists John Clark with 1272 votes.
The American Watchman of October 16, 1816 refers to this hundred as "Saint George's", and the Delaware Gazette of October 17, 1816 refers to it as "Saint G.", but there was no such hundred in Kent County.
Original Election Certificates. Delaware Public Archives, Dover.
Delaware Patriot, and Eastern Shore Advertiser (Wilmington, DE). October 4, 1816.
The Alexandria Herald (Alexandria, VA). October 11, 1816.
Delaware Gazette and Peninsula Advertiser (Wilmington, DE). October 14, 1816.
Republican Star or General Advertiser (Easton, MD). October 15, 1816.
American Watchman (Wilmington, DE). October 16, 1816.
Delaware Gazette and Peninsula Advertiser (Wilmington, DE). October 17, 1816.
American Watchman (Wilmington, DE). October 19, 1816.
Niles' Weekly Register (Baltimore, MD). October 25, 1823. 121.
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