27th Delaware General Assembly

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Governor
David Hall
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27th General Assembly
In office
January 4, 1803 – January 3, 1804
Preceded by 26th Assembly
Succeeded by 28th Assembly

The 27th Delaware General Assembly was a meeting of the legislative branch of the state government, consisting of the Delaware Senate and the Delaware House of Representatives. Elections were held the first Tuesday of October and terms began on the first Tuesday in January. It met in Dover, Delaware, convening January 4, 1803, two weeks before the beginning of the second year of the administration of Governor David Hall.

The apportionment of seats was permanently assigned to three senators and seven representatives for each of the three counties. Population of the county did not effect the number of delegates. Both chambers had a Federalist majority.

Leadership[edit]

Senate[edit]

House of Representatives[edit]

  • Stephen Lewis, Kent County

Members[edit]

Senate[edit]

Senators were elected by the public for a three-year term, one third posted each year.

New Castle County
  • John Bird
  • Thomas Fitzgerald
  • John Way
Kent County
Sussex County

House of Representative[edit]

Representatives were elected by the public for a one-year term.

New Castle County
  • George Clark, Jr.
  • Phillip Lewis
  • William Poole
  • Abraham Staats
  • James Stroud
  • William Whann
  • Adam Williamson
Kent County
Sussex County
  • Jesse Green
  • Outerbridge Horsey
  • Thomas Laws
  • Armwell Long
  • Peter Robinson
  • Caleb Rodney
  • George Waller

References[edit]

  • Martin, Roger A. (1995). Memoirs of the Senate. Newark, Delaware: Roger A. Martin. 

Places with more information[edit]