The 1823-1824 Legislature of Pennsylvania

Taken From The Republican Compiler 12 Nov 1823 Page 1

A List of the Districts for the election of Senators, and the names of the members from each.

Transcribed by Nancy Piper

Senate

1st District. Philadelphia City – George Emlen*, James Robertson

2. Philadelphia County – Daniel Groves, Stephen Duncan.

3. Montgomer – Joel K. Mann*

4. Chester & Delaware – Isaac D. Barnard, James Kelton

5. Bucks – Cyrus Cadwallader

6. Berks and Schuylkill – Conrad Feger, James B. Hubley

7. Lancaster – Edward Coleman, Matthew Henderson.

8. Dauphin & Lebanon – Gen. Jno. Harrison.*

9. Northumberland and Union – Lewis Dewart

10. Luzerne & Columbia – Redmond Conyngham

11. Bradford, Susquehanna & Tioga – Jonah Brewster

12. Northampton, Lehigh, Pike & Wayne – Henry Winter+, Joseph Fry.

13. Lycoming, Centre, Potter and M’Kean – Thomas Burnside.*

14. York & Adams – Jacob Eyster, Dr. Mw. M’Ilvain.*

15. Franklin – Gen. John Rea.

16. Cumberland & Perry – Alexander Mahon.

17. Huntingdon and Mifflin – Wm. R. Smith.

18. Westmoreland – Henry Allshouse+

19. Fayette – John St. Clair

20. Washington & Greene – Rees Hill, Joshua Dickerson.

21. Allegheny, Beaver and Butler – Wm. Marks, Samuel Power+

22. Somerset and Bedford – David Mann.

23. Erie, Crawford and Mercer – Jacob Herrington.

24. Venango, Warren, Armstorng, Indiana, Jefferson & Cambria – Robert Orr, Jr.

22 democrats and 11 federalists. The latter are in Italic. New members are designated by a star (*) and those re-elected by a dagger (+)

House of Representatives

1st District. Philadelphia City – William Lehman, Henry J. Williams, John Ketting, Jr.*, John M. Read*, Charles Graff*, Henry Wykoff*.

2. Philadelphia county – Jacob Holgate, Jacob Shearer, Jr, Joseph B. Norbury*, James A. Mahany*, Geo. N. Baker, Joel B. Sutherland, Robert O’Neill*.

3. Bucks – Soloman M’Nair, Wm. Purdy, John B. Calvis, Jr.*, James Moore.

4. Chester – Elijah Lewis, Joshua Hunt*, David Potts, Jr.*, John Chandler*.

5. Lancaster – John Reynolds, John Huzz, John Forry, jr.*, Samuel Groth*, Jacob Kirk*, Jacob Bachman*.

6. York – John Gardner, Christian Hetrick, Wm. Diven, Samuel Jordan.

7. Cumberland – Abr. S. M’Kinney, Martin Renninger.*

10. Northampton, Wayne, & Pike – Nathaniel B. Eldred, Cr. J. Huetter, Wm. G. Scott.*

11. Lehigh – George S. Eisenhart, Samuel Myers*.

12. Northumberland – Thos. Painter.

13. Union – Simon Snyder, James Dale.

14. Columbia – Alexander Colley, William M’Bride

15. Washington – Jos. Lawrence, Jonathan Knight, Jos. Ritner, James Keys

16. Westmoreland – Jno. H. Wide, Jas. Clarke, John Markle

17. Armstrong, Indiana and Jefferson – Joseph Rankin, John Taylor

18. Fayette – James Todd, Henry W. Beeson*, David Cummings.*

19. Bedford – A. Thompson*, A. Maun.*

20. Franklin – Robt. Smith,*Wm. M’Clay*, Frederick Smith*

21. Montgomerty – Jonathan Roberts*, Robert E. Hobart*, John B. Sterigere, Michael Cope*.

22. Dauphin – Wm. Cochran, Valentine Hummel.

23. Lebanon – Geo. Seltzer, Gotlieb Orth*

24. Luzerne & Susquehanna – Jabez Hyder, jr., Jacob Drumneller, Cornelius Cartright.*

25. Bradford – Lemuel Streator.*

26. Huntingdon – Henry Shippen*, Peter Cassidy*

27. Beaver – Samuel Lawrence.

28. Allegheny & Butler – James S. Stevenson, John Brown, James Patterson*, Moses Sullivan.

29. Mifflin – Thomas Stinson, Robert Alexander*.

30. Delaware – John Lewis*.

31. Somerset & Cambria – Alexander Ogle, sen.*, Peter Livergood.*

32. Lycoming, Potter, M’Kean & Tioga – Andrew Ferguson jr.*, John Ryon, Jr.

33. Greene – Samuel Black*.

34. Adams – Jacob Cassat, Isaac Wierman.

35. Centre & Clearfiled – Martin Hoover, john Mitchell.

36. Eire & Warren – T. H. Sill*.

37. Crawford & Venango – Sam’l Hays*.

38. Mercer – John Leech*.

73 democrats and 24 federalists. The latter are in italic. 45 new members, and are thus (*) designated


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