House of Representatives|
William Kinney, Independent
John McLean, Independent
The 5th Illinois General Assembly, consisting of the Illinois Senate and the Illinois House of Representatives, met from December 4, 1826 to February 19, 1827, at The Vandalia State House. The apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives was based on the provisions of the First Illinois Constitution. Political parties were not established in Illinois at the time.
The 5th General Assembly was preceded by the 4th Illinois General Assembly, and was succeeded by the 6th Illinois General Assembly.
5th Illinois General Assembly Wikipedia
Senators and Representatives were both allotted to counties roughly by population and elected at-large within their districts. Bond and Montgomery counties shared a single senator.Secretary: Emanuel J. West
Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk: A.F. Grant
Sergeant at Arms: Joseph Chance
Clerk: William Lee D. Ewing
Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk: H. Roundtree
Doorkeeper: Bowling Green
Moses, John (1892). Illinois, historical and statistical.
Blue Book of the State of Illinois. 1919.