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Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P007B.pdf)

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The Senate adjourned. Friday 8th January 1830 The Senate met according to adjournment, and proceeded to ballot for a President, the same Committee reported that on the

[13th & 14th Ballots]

13th Ballot The whole number of votes was Sixteen. Necessary to a choice -- Nine Robert P. Dunlap had - Seven. Sanford Kingsbery ---- Seven Lyms Gardiner --- One. Thomas Davee ---- One.

14th Ballot, The whole number of votes was Sixteen Necessary to a choice -- Nine. Robert P. Dunlap had - Seven Sanford Kingsbery --- Seven Ebenezer S. Phelps --- One. Theodore Ingalls --- One. No choice.

[15th & 16th Ballots]

15th Ballot, The whole number of votes was sixteen. Necessary to a choice ---- Nine. Robert P. Dunlap had Seven. Sanford Kingsbery --- Seven. Daniel Hutchinson --- One. James Drummond --- One No Choice.

16th Ballot, The whole number of votes was Sixteen Necessary to a choice --- Nine. Robert P. Dunlap had - Seven Sanford Kingsbery ---- Seven Ebenezer S. Phelps --- One. James Steele ---- One. No Choice

The Senate adjourned.

Afternoon,

The Senate met according to adjournment, and proceeded to ballot for a President, the same Committee reported that on the

17th Ballot The whole number of votes was Sixteen Necessary to a choice -- Nine. Robert P. Dunlap had - Seven Sanford Kingsbery --- Seven James Drummond -- One James Steele -- One No choice -

18th Ballot The whole number of votes was Sixteen Necessary to a choice --- Nine. Robert P. Dunlap had Seven Sanford Kingsbury -- Seven Ebenezer S. Phelps -- One. Joshua Hall --- One No Choice.

Description: The journal of the Senate documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.

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Language: English

Date: 1830

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