Report of the Committee on Contested Elections regarding the case of William T. Jones as a representative for the town of Hebron, Connecticut, and submitted to the General Assembly during the May session in 1846. The committee concluded that do to a variety of irregularities and illegal votes, it could not determine if Jones or Elihu P. Buell was the winner.
William T. Jones contested the election of Elihu P. Buell as representative of the town of Hebron to the Connecticut House of Representatives. Signed on page 4 by Geo. S. Catlin, Chairman.
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Print version: Connecticut. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Committee on Contested Elections. Report of Committee on Contested Elections, in case of William T. Jones, claiming a seat in the [Connecticut] House of Representatives, as a member thereof ... May session, 1846. [Hartford?],