"Election in Loudoun county, occasioned by the vacation of the seat of John M. McCarty. Esq." Alexandria Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Alexandria, VA). January 1, 1819.
"A letter from John McCarty, a delegate from this county was also laid before the house, announcing his refusal to take the oath required by the act against dwelling . . . A new writ of election was ordered to supply the vacancy." The Genius of Liberty (Leesburg, VA). December 22, 1818.
"In consequence of the disqualification of Mr. McCarty to serve in the legislature, a new writ of election was granted, and yesterday was the day appointed to supply the vacancy, when Geo. Rust the Republican candidate, was elected by a majority of 88 votes. The Federal Candidate, . . . received only 63 votes." The Genius of Liberty (Leesburg, VA). December 29, 1818.
Loudoun County Poll Book. Library of Virginia, Richmond.
The Genius of Liberty (Leesburg, VA). December 22, 1818.
The Genius of Liberty (Leesburg, VA). December 29, 1818.
Alexandria Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Alexandria, VA). January 1, 1819.
Virginia Patriot, and Richmond Daily Mercantile Advertiser (Richmond, VA). January 4, 1819.
Leonard, Cynthia Miller, ed. The General Assembly of Virginia, July 30, 1619 - January 11, 1978: A Bicentennial Register of Members. Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1978.
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