1. Brackenridge deleted the first paragraph of this chapter for the 1819 edition. It reads as follows:

"The day of the election being over, people applied quietly to their usual employments, those of them that were in a capacity to discharge the duties of their functions. Some of them were not capable. And amongst these the visionary philosopher was not in a condition to present himself at the levee of the Governor; but was in the hands of the surgeon, having received a blow witha bludgeon, as he was leading up a merino ram, and insisting for a vote."

2. Originally, what follows here was a separate chapter.