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Assembled at the City of Annapolis, Wednesday, April 27, 1864 :

BEING A FULL AND COMPLETE REPORT OF THE DEBATES AND PROCEED-
INGS OF THE CONVENTION, TOGETHER WITH THE OLD CONSTI-
TUTION, THE LAW UNDER WHICH THE CONVENTION

ASSEMBLED, AND THE NEW CONSTITUTION.

OFFICIAL:
WM. BLAIR LORD, REPORTER—HENRY M. PARKHURST, ASSISTANT.

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ANNA POLIS:
PRINTED BY RICHARD P. BA Y LY.

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Salu of Statue Laws

DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

Maryland Constitutional Convention,

CONVENED AT ANNAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1864.

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Wooden-45.

On motion of Mr. CUSHING,

FORTY-FIRST DAY.

Swope, Sykes, Thomas, Todd, Wickard,

s WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1864.

Wooden-56.

The journals of Friday, June 24th, and of The Convention met at 12 o'clock, M.

yestcriity were read and approvel. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. McNemar. The roll was called and the following mem

MISCELLANEOUS. bers answered to their names :

Messrs. Goldsborough. President: Abbott, Mr. MORGAN presented the qualification of 100an, Audoun. Baker. 'Belt. Bond. Brooks. John F. Dent, member elect from St. Mary's

rown, Carter, Chambers. Clarke. i unnior county, and the gentlemen named appeared wam, Cushiog. Dasis of Washington. Earle. and took his seat. cker, Galloway, Harwood, Hebb, Hoffınan,

On motion of Mr. LANSDALE, opkins, Jones, of Cecil, Keefer, Kennard,

It was ordered to be entered on the Journal nedale, Larsh, JcComas, Miller, Mullikin,

that Mr. Duvall, of Montgomery county, is rray, Noble, Parker. 'Ridgely. Russell, I detained from his seat in the Convention by nds, Schley, Smith, of Carroll, Stirling,

sickness. Stockbridge, Sykes, Thomas, Todd, Wickard,

On motion of Mr. STOCKBRIDGE,

It was ordered to be entered on the Journal There being no quorum present,

that the absence from his seat in the Conven

tion of Mr. Kennard, of Baltimore city, is The Convention adjourned.

occasioned by a death in his family.

On motion of Mr. Bond,

It was ordered to be entered on the Journal that had Mr. Bond been present on Friday,

the 24th ult., when the vole was taken on FORTY-SECOND DAY.

the 23d Article of the Bill of Rights, he

would have voted for the amendment offered THURSDAY, July 7, 1864.

to said Article by Mr. Brown, and that Convention met at 10 o'clock, A. M. he would have voted against the said 23d Prayer by the Rev. Mr Owen.

Article.
roll was called and the following mem- Un motion of Mr. Brooks,

It was ordered to be entered on the Journal : Goldsborough, President; Abbott, that had Mr. Brooks, of Baltimore city, been Audoun, Baker, Bond, Briscoe, Brooks, present on Fridiy, June 24th, he would have

arter, Chambers, Clarke, Cunning- voted against the amendment offered by Mr. shing, Daniel, Davis, of Washington, Brown, and in favor of the adoption of the

ccker, Edelen, Galloway, Hatch, Febb, 23d Article of the Bill of Rights. Keefirmay, Hopkins, Hopper. Jones, of Cecil, On motion of Mr. Belt,

nedale, Larsh, McCuinas, Miller, ! It was ordered to be entered on the Journal Mullikin, Murray, Noble, Nyman, that if Mr. Belt had been present on Friday, sler, Pugh, Purnell, Ridgely, Rus- June 24th, he would have voted in the nega

Schley, Schlosser, Scott, Smith, tive on the adoption of the 23d Article of the ", Speary, Stirling. Stockbridge, Bill of Rights.

The ro

bers answered to their names:.

Annan, a udoun, Baker, Bo Brown, Carter, Chambers, ham, Cushing, Daniel, Davi Earle, Ecker, Edelen, Gal

Parker, Peter, Pugo, sell, Sands, Schley, Sch of Carroll, Spearyo

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