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NEGATIVE.

Negley,
Nyman,
Pugh,
Purnell,
Russell,
Sands,
Sneary,
Stirling,

Belt,

Messrs.

Farrow, Goldsborough, P't Galloway, Abbott,

Hatch, Annan,

Hebb, Audoun,

Hopkins, Barron,

Hopper,

Jones, of Cecil, Clarke,

Kennard, Cunningham,

Markey, Cushing,

McComas, Dellinger,

Miller, Earle,

Mullikin,
Ecker,

Murray,
So the amendment was rejected.

On motion of Mr. Swope,

Swope,

Sykes,
Valliant,
Wooden-37.

The Convention took a recess until 8 o'clock.

JU

EVENING SESSION.

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The Convention met at 8 o'clock, P. M.
All the members present except the following:

Messrs. Barron, Berry, of Baltimore county, Billingsley, Bond, Briscoe, Brooks, Carter, Chambers, Crawford, Dail, Daniel, Davis, of Charles, Davis, of Washington, Dennis, Dent, Gale, Hatch, Henkle, Hodson, Hoffman, Johnson, Jones, of Cecil, Jones, of Somerset, Keefer, Larsh, Mace, Mayhugh, Morgan, Noble, Ridgely, Russell, Schlosser, Scott, Smith, of Dorchester, Smith, of Worcester, Sykes, Thomas, Thruston, Turner, Valliant Wickard, Wilmer—42.

The President laid before the Convention the following communication from the Treasurer of the State :

TREASURER'S OFFICE,

Annapolis, July 27th, 1864. To the Honorable the President of the Convention :

In obedience to an order passed by your honorable body, I have the honor of submitting the enclosed answers.

It will be observed that the 2nd and 6th enquiry being so nearly the same are answered in one, the 7th is omitted for the present, as, it requires a great deal of labour and time to answer it correctly, I would most respectfully suggest to the Convention, that if it be desirable to have the information asked for in the 7th enquiry very soon, that it might be advisable to direct one of the Clerks to the Convention to furnish it, and thereby relieve my Clerk from the duty.

The 10th enquiry I can give no better answer than to call the attention of your honorable body to page 13, Statement I, of the Comptroler's Report, 1863, of the State's capital and credits, all of which is most respectfully submitted. I have the honor to be, Very truly yours,

R. FOWLER,

Treasurer of Md.

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No. 9.

Of the Loan created by chapter 15 of 1864, authorizing the issue of 4,000,000

of State 6 p. c. Stock, the Treasurer has issued.......

$501,000 00

No. 10.

The Interest which the State has in Works of Internal Improvements, &c., I refer you to the

Comptroller's Report, 1863, (Statement I,) pages 13 and 14, showing the capital and credits of the State, productive and unproductive.

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