1858 Boston mayoral election
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|Elections in Massachusetts|
The Boston mayoral election of 1858 saw the reelection of Frederic W. Lincoln Jr.
|Republican||Frederic W. Lincoln Jr. (incumbent)||6,298||52.65%|
|Temperance||Julius A. Palmer Jr.||1,007||8.42%|
|Know Nothing||Jerome V. C. Smith||183||1.53%|
- Boston Traveler, 18 November 1858, p. 2.
- Boston Evening Transcript, 1 December 1858, p. 4.
- Boston Evening Transcript, 13 December 1858, p. 2.
- "RaceID=730629". Our Campaigns. Retrieved May 10, 2019.
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