House Journal 1833 (30-318948-P018B.pdf)
Hodgman had one hundred and nine, and was declared elected - They also reported that Nathaniel Groton had forty six - William Frost twenty five - Josiah Merrow two - John Perley one - Joseph Tobin one- Messrs. Cobb and Warren of the Senate, Messrs. Lord of South Berwick, Crosly of Hampden and Small of Monmouth of the House were appointed a committee to receive sort and count the votes for a Secretary of State, who attended the duty assigned them and reported that the whole number of votes given in was one hundred and ninety four - that Roscoe G. Greene has one hundred and twenty four - Edward Russell sixty eight - Reuel Williams one - James L. Child one and Roscoe G. Greene was declared elected - and the convention separated.
Ordered that when this House adjourn, it adjourn until ten o'clock on Monday Morning.
And the House adjourned. Attest Asaph R. Nichols Clerk
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