South Carolina 1819 House of Representatives, Charleston City, Special
- House of Representatives (State)
- State Representative
- South Carolina 1819 House of Representatives, Charleston City, Special
- South Carolina
- First Ballot
- House of Representatives/State Representative
- James Hamilton, Jr., Thomas Doughty Condy, Edward P. Simons, Thomas O. Elliot, William Crafts, Jr., John W. Payne, William MacElmoyle, William M. Heyward, Lionel H. Kennedy, John D. Heath
|Candidates:||James Hamilton, Jr.||Thomas Doughty Condy||Edward P. Simons||Thomas O. Elliot||William Crafts, Jr.||John W. Payne||William MacElmoyle||William M. Heyward||Lionel H. Kennedy||John D. Heath|
|Final Result: ||466||343||319||262||261||241||237||204||199||19|
|City of Charleston||466||343||319||262||261||241||237||204||199||19|
The Southern Patriot lists 209 votes for Lionel H. Kennedy.
Thomas D. Condy is elected to replace John S. Cogdell,
Edward P. Simons is elected to replace Philip Moser, who was elected in the general election but had accepted a disqualifying office before the house met and therefore never qualified.
"Mr. Crafts was not nominated as a candidate until after the poll was opened." Charleston Courier (Charleston, SC). June 10, 1819.
Southern Patriot, and Commercial Advertiser (Charleston, SC). June 9, 1819.
Charleston Courier (Charleston, SC). June 10, 1819.
City Gazette and Commercial Advertiser (Charleston, SC). June 10, 1819.
Biographical Directory of the South Carolina House of Representatives. Vol. 1. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 1974. 298-299.
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