Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Anonymous, 28 January 1805

Lancaster, Jan 28, 1805

The following is the State of the Votes in the case of the Judges—Guilty or not guilty—

Ayes— Mesrs. Hart Noes—Mesrs. Brady Quid
G. Heister Gamble Quid
Hartzell Harris
Merton (Son a Prothonotary John Heister
Montgomery looking for Comptrollers office John Kean
M’Arthur P. C. Lane
Steele Mcwhorter
Spangler Dr. Pennell
Reed Heston
Dr. G. Porter (brother of Jacob) Mayer
Piper (British Treaty— Richards—11
R. Whitehill. Speaker 13

Two thirds being necessary to conseumation—they were acquitted—One Member (Poe a republican) absent

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