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De France, Dodd, Edwards, Elliott, Fulton, Gilpin, Guthrie, Harvey, Hay, Lawrence, MacConnell, M'Clean, M'Culloch, Mantor, Minor, Mott, Niles, Palmer, H. W., Patton, Porter, Purman, Purviance, John N., Purviance, Sam’l A., Reed, Andrew, Reynolds, Russell, Smith, H. G., Stewart, Struthers, Turrell, Van Reed, Walker and White, David N.-49.

NAYS. Messrs. Alricks, Armstrong, Baker, Barclay, Biddle, Black, Charles A., Bowman, Brodhead, Broomall, Buckalew, Calvin, Clark, Cochran, Cronmiller, Curtin, Ellis, Ewing, Fell, Funck, Gibson, Green, Hemphill, Horton, Howard, Hunsicker, Kaine, Knight, Lamberton, Lilly, MacVeagh, M'Camant, Mann, Newlin, Palmer, G. W., Parsons, Patterson, D. W., Ross, Runk, Sharpe, Simpson, Smith, TIenry W., Stanton, Temple, Wetherill, J. M., Wetherill, John Price, Wherry, White, Harry, Woodward, and Wright-49

So the question was determined in the negative. ABSENT.-Messrs. Addicks, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bannan, Bardsley, Bartholomew, Black, J. S., Bullitt, Carey, Carter, Cassidy, Craig, Curry Cuyler, Davis, Dunning, Finney, Hall, Hanna, Hazzard, Heverin, Landis, Lear, Littleton, Long, M Murray, Metzger, Mitchell, Patterson, T. H. B., Pughe, Read, John R., Rooke, Smith, Wm. 'H., White, J. W. F., Worrell and Meredith, President.

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Mr. Lamberton offered the following resolution, which was read, viz: Resolved, That when this Convention adjourns on Thursday, the 3d of July, it will be to meet at Harrisburg the day of September next.

On the question, Will the Convention proceed to the second reading and consideration of the resolution ? It was determined in the negative.

Mr. Newlin offered the following resolution, which was read, viz: Resolved, That when the Convention adjourns on Friday next, it be to meet on the 3d Tuesday of October.

On the question, Will the Convention proceed to the second reading and consideration of the resolution ? It was determined in the negative.

Mr. Bartholomew offered the following resolution, which was read, Resolved, That when the Convention adjours to-day, it will meet on Monday, 30th inst., at Harrisburg.

On the question, Will the Convention proceed to the second reading and consideration of the resolution?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Newlin and Mr. Bartholomew, and were as follow, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Achenbach, Ainey, Alricks, Andrews, Armstrong, Baer, Bartholomew, Bowman, Church, Cochran, Cronmiller, Ellis, Funck, Gibson, Guthrie, Hall, Harvey, Kaine, Lamberton, Lawrence, MacVeagh, M'Clean, M'Culloch, Mantor, Newlin, Parsons, Purman, Reed, Andrew, Russell, Struthers, Van Reed, Walker, Wetherill, J. M., White, David N., White, Harry, Woodward and Worrell-37.

NAYS. Messrs. Baily, of Perry, Baker, Barclay, Beebe, Biddle, Bigler, Black, Charles A., Boyd, Brodhead, Broomall, Brown, Calvin, Campbell, Carey, Carter, Clark,

Corbett, Corson, Dallas, Darlington, De France, Dodd, Edwards, Elliott, Ewing, Fell, Finney, Fulton, Gilpin, Green, Hanna, Hay, Hemphill, Horton, Howard, Hunsicker, Knight, Landis, Lilly, Littleton, MacConnell, M'Camant, Mann, Minor, Mott, Niles, Palmer, G. W., Palmer, H. W., Patterson, D. W., Patton, Porter, Purviance, John N., Purviance, Sam'l A., Reynolds, Rooke, Runk, Simpson, Smith, H. G., Smith, Henry W., Stanton, Temple, Turrell, Wetherill, John Price, and Wright-64.

So the question was determined in the negative. ABSENT.-Messrs. Addicks, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bannan, Bardsley, Black, J. S., Buckalew, Bullitt, Cassidy, Collins, Craig, Curry, Curtin, Cuyler, Davis, Dunning, Hazzard, Heverin, Lear, Long, M'Murray, Metzger, Mitchell, Patterson, T. Y. B., Pughe, Read, John R., Ross, Sharpe, Smith, Wm. H., Stewart, Wherry, White, J.W.F., and Meredith, President.

Mr. Kaine offered the following resolution, which was referred to the Committee on Legislature, viz:

Resolved, That the Committee on Legislature are requested to report a provision to be incorporated in the Constitution fixing the Capitol of this State permanently at Harrisburg.

Mr. Woodward offered the following resolution, which was read, viz: Resolved, That when the Convention adjourns to-day, it shall be to meet on the third Tuesday of October next, at twelve o'clock M.

On the question, Will the Convention proceed to the second reading and consideration of the resolution?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Woodward and Mr. Newlin, and were as follow, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Ainey, Andrews, Armstrong, Baker, Barclay, Bartholomew, Bowman, Boyd, Broomail, Brown, Buckalew, Calvin, Church, Cochran, Craig, Cuyler, Feil, Finney, Green, Hall, Hanna, Harvey, Hazzard,'Hempbill, Howard, unsicker, Kaine, Long, MacConnell, Mac Veagh, M'Clean, Mantor, Minor, Mott, Newlin, Palmer, G. w., Parsons, Patton, Porter, Purman, Purviance, John N., Reynolds, Runk, Russell, Smith, Henry W., Stanton, Van Reed, Wetherill, J. M., White, David N., Woodward and Wright—51.

NAYS. Messrs. Achenbach, Alricks, Baer, Baily, of Perry, Biddle, Bigler, Black, Charles A., Brodhead, Bullitt, Campbell, Carey, Carter, Clark, Collins, Corbett, Corson, Dallas, Darlington, De France, Dodd, Edwards, Elliott, Ellis, Ewing, Fulton, Funck, Gibson, Gilpin, Guthrie, Hay, Horton, Knight, Lamberton, Landis, Lawrence, Lilly, Littleton, M'Camant, M'Culloch, Mann, Niles, Palmer, H. W., Patterson, D. W.,

Pughe, Purviance, Sam'1 A., Reed, Andrew, Rooke, Simpson, Smith, H. G., Struthers, Temple, Turrell, Walker, Wetherill, John Price, White, Harry, and Worrell—56.

So the question was determined in the negative. ABSENT.-Messrs. Addicks, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bannan, Bardsley, Beebe, Black, J. S., Cassidy, Cronmiller, Curry, Curtin, Davis, Dunning, Heverin, Lear, M'Murray, Metzger, Mitchell, Patterson, T. H. B., Read, John R., Ross, Sharpe, Smith, Wm. H., Stewart, Wherry, White, J. W. F., and Meredith, President.

Mr. Knight offered the following resolution, which was read, viz: Resolved, That when this Convention adjourns on the 27th inst., it will be to meet in this House on the second Tuesday of September next.

On the question, Will the Convention proceed to the second .reading and consideration of the same?

The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Knight and Mr. MacVeagh, and were as follow, viz:

Y EAS. Messrs. Ainey, Andrews, Armstrong, Baker, Barclay, Bartholomew, Bowman, Boyd, Brodhead, Broomalí, Brown, Buckalew, Bullitt, Calvin Carey, Carter, Church, Cochran, Collins, Corson, Craig, Cuyler, Fell, Green, Hall, Hanna, Harvey, Hemphill, Kaine, Knight, Lamberton, Littleton, Long, MacConnell, 'MacVeagh, M Camant, Mantor, Metzger, Minor, Newlin, Palmer, G. W., Parsons, Patton, Puglie, Purman, Runk, Russell, Smith, H.G., Smith, Henry W., Stanton, Turrell, Van Reed, Wetherill, J. M., Whierry, Woodward and Wright-56.

NAYS. Diessrs. Achenbach, Alricks, Baily, of Perry, Biddle, Bigler, Black, Charles A., Campbell, Corbett, Cronmiller, Curtin, Dallas, Darlington, De France, Dodd, Edwards, Elliott, Ellis, Ewing, Finney, Fulton, Funck, Gibson, Gilpin, Guthrie, Hay, Hazzard, Horton Howard, Hunsicker, Landis, Lawrence, Lilly, M'Clean, M'Culloch, Mam, Mott, Niles, Palmer, II. W., Patterson, D. W., Porter, Purviance, John N., Purviance, Sam'l A., Reed; Andrew, Reynolds, Rooke, Sharpe, Simpson, Stewart, Struthers, Temple, Walker, Wetherill, John Price, White, David N., White, Harry, and Worrell—55.

So the question was determined in the affirmative.
ABSENT.-Messrs. Addicks, Baer, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bannan, Bardsley,
Beebe, Black, J. S., Cassidy, Clark, Curry, Davis, Dunning, Heverin, Lear, M?
Murray, Mitchell, Patterson, T. H. B., Read, John R., Ross, Smith, Wm. H.,
White, J. W. F., and Meredith, President.

Whereupon,
The resolution was read a second time.

On the question,
Will the Convention agree to the resolution ?

A motion was made by Mr. Lamberton, To amend the same, by striking out the words, “this House," and inserting in lieu thereof “Harrisburg.”

On the question,
Will the Convention agree so to amend ?

A motion was made by Mr. Harry White,
To postpone the question, together with the further consideration of the reso-
tion indefinitely.
On the question,

Will the Convention agree to the motion ? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Harry White and Mr. Dallas, and were as follow, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Achenbach, Alricks, Baily, of Perry, Biddle, Bigler, Campbell, Carey, Carter, Clark, Corbett, Corson, Cronmiller, Dallas, Darlington, De France, Dodd, Edwards, Elliott, Ewing, Fulton, Funck, Gibson, Gilpin, Guthrie, Hay, Law rence. Lilly, M'Culloch, Mann, Niles, Patterson, D. W., Porter, Purviance, Sam'l A., Reed, Andrew, Rooke, Simpson Stewart, Struthers, Temple, Walker, Wetherill, John Price, White, David N., White, Harry, and Worrell—14.

NAYS. Messrs. Ainey, Andrews, Armstrong, Baker, Bannan, Barclay, Bartholomew, Beebe, Black, Charles A., Bowman Boyd, Brodhead, Broomall, Brown, Buckalew, Bullitt, Calvin, Cassidy, Church, Cochran, Craig, Curtin, Dunning, Ellis,

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Fell, Finney, Green, Hall, Hanna, Harvey, Hazzard, Hemphill, Heverin, Horton, Howard, Hunsicker, Kaine, Knight, Lamberton, Littleton, Long, MacConnell, Mac Veagh, M'Clean, M'Murray, 'Mantor, Metzger, Minor, Mott, Newlin, Palmer, G. W., Palmer, H. W., Parsons, Patton, Pughe, Purman, Purvi. ance, John N., Reynolds, Runk, Russell, Sharpe, Smith, H. G., Smith, Henry W., Stanton, Turrell, Van Reed,'Wetheriíl, J. M., Wherry and Wright—69.

So the question was determined in the negative. ABSENT.-Messrs. Addicks, Baer, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bardsley, Black, J. S., Collins, Curry, Cuyler, Davis, Landis, Lear, M'Camant, Mitchell, Patterson, T. H. B., Read, John R., Ross, Smith, Wm. H., White, J. W.F., Woodward and Meredith, President. And the question recurring,

Will the Convention agree so to amend ? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Harry White and Mr. Mann, and were as follow, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Achenbach, Alricks, Baily, of Perry, Bartholomew, Beebe, Bigler, Black, Charles A., Cochran, Collins, Corbett, Cronmiller, De France, Dodd,

Ed. wards, Ewing, Fulton, Funck, Gibson, Hazzard, Howard, Lamberton, Lawrence, Mac Veagh, Mann, Mantor, Metzger, Minor, Purviance, John N., Purviance, Sam'l A., Reed, Andrew, Reynolds, Russell, Stewart, Struthers, Van Reed, Walker, Wherry, White, David N., and White, Harry—39.

NAYS. Messrs. Ainey, Andrews, Armstrong, Baker, Bannan, Barclay, Biddle, Black, J. S., Bowman, Boyd, Brodhead, Broomall, Brown, Buckalew, Bullitt, Calvin, Campbell, Carey, Carter, Cassidy, Church, Clark, Corson, Craig, Dallas, Darlington, Dunning, Elliott, Ellis, Fell, Finney, Gilpin, Green, Guthrie, Hall, Hanna, Harvey, Hay, Hemphill, Heverin, Horton, Hunsicker, Kaine, Knight, Lilly, Littleton, Long, MacConnell, M'Clean, M'Murray, Mott, Newlin, Niles, Palmer, G. W., Palmer, H. W., Parsons, Patterson, D. W., Patton, Porter, Pughe, Purman, Rooke, Runk, Sharpe, Simpson, Smith, H. G., Smith, Henry W., Stanton, Turrell, Wetherill, J. M., Wetherill, John Price, Woodward, Worrell and Wright--74.

So the question was determined in the negative.
ABSENT. Messrs. Addicks, Baer, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bardsley, Curry,
Curtin, Cuyler, Davis, Landis, Lear, M'Camant, M'Culloch, Mitchell, Patterson,
T. H. B., Read, John R., Ross, Smith, Wm. H., Temple, White, J. W.F., and
Meredith, President.

And the question recurring,
Will the Convention agree to the resolution ?

A motion was made by Mr. H. W. Palmer,
To amend the same, by striking out all after the word “meet,” and inserting in
lieu thereof as follows, viz: “At Bedford, on Tuesday, the 8th day of July next."
On the question,

Will the Convention agree so to amend ? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. Harry White and Mr. D. W. Palmer, and were as follow, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Alricks, Baer, Baily, of Perry, Beebe, Biddle, Bigler, Black, J. S., Bowman, Calvin, Campbell, Carey, Church, Cochran, Collins, Corbett, Croniniller, Curtin, Dallas, De France, Dodd, Dunning, Elliott, Ewing, Finney, Funck, Gibson, Gilpin, Guthrie, Hazzard, Horton, Howard, Lamberton, Lawrence, MacConnell, MacVeagh, M'Clean, M'Culloch, M'Murray, Mann, Minor, Mott, Niles, Palmer, G. W., Palmer, H. W., Porter, Purviance, John N., Pur

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viance, Sam’l A., Reed, Andrew, Rooke, Russell, Sharpe, Simpson, Stewart, Struthers, Temple, Walker, Wherry, White, David N., White, Harry, and Worrell-60.

NAYS. Messrs. Achenbach, Ainey, Andrews, Armstrong, Baker, Bannan, Barclay, Bartholomew, Black, Charles A., Boyd, Brodhead, Broomall, Brown, Buckalew, Bullitt, Carter, Cassidy, Clark, Corson, Craig, Cuyler, Darlington, Edwards, Ellis, Fell, Fulton, Green, Hall, Hanna, Harvey, Hay, Hemphill, Heverin, Hunsicker, Kaine, Knight, Lilly, Littleton, Long, M'Camant, Mantor, Metzger, Newlin, Parsons, Patterson, D. w., Patton, Pughe, Purman, Reynolds, Runk, Smith, H. G., Smith, Henry W., Stanton, Turrell, Van Reed, Wetherill, J. M., Woodward and Wright-58.

So the question was determined in the affirmative. ABSENT.-Messrs. Addicks, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bardsley, Curry, Davis, Landis, Lear, Mitchell, Patterson, Ť. H. B., Read, John R., Ross, Smith, Wm. II., Wetherill, John Price, White, J. W.F., and Meredith, President. On the question,

Will the Convention agree to the resolution as amended ? A motion was made by Mr. Harry White,

To amend the same, by adding to the end thereof, a proviso, as follows, viz: Provided, That all the articles reported have been passed through second reading by that time." On the question,

Will the Convention agree so to amend ? A motion was made by Mr. M'Camant,

That the Convention do now adjourn. On the question,

Will the Convention agree to the motion ? The yeas and nays were required by Mr. M'Camant and Mr. Heverin, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Bartholomew, Black, J. S., Boyd, Corson, Curtin, Gilpin, Ilemphill, Ileverin, M'Camaut, Patterson, D. W., Smith, llenry W., and White, Harry–12.

NAYS.

Messrs. Achenbach, Ainey, Alricks, Andrews, Armstrong, Baer, Baily, of Perry, Baker, Bannan, Barclay, Beebe, Biddle,

Bigler, Black, Chares A., Bowman, Brodhead, Broomall, Brown, Buckalew, Bullitt, Calvin, Campbell, 'Carey, Carter, Cassidy, Church, Clark, Cochran, Collins, Corbett, Craig, Cronmiller, Cuyler, Dallas, Darlington, De France, Dodd, Edwards, Elliott,

Ellis, Ewing, Feil, Finney, Fulton, Funck, Gibson, Guthrie, Hall, Hanna, Harvey, Hay, Hazzard, Horton, Howard, Hunsicker, Kaine, Knight, Lamberton, Lawrence, Lilly, Long, MacConnell, MacVeagh, M'Clean, M'Culloch, M'Murray, Mann, Mantor, Minor, Mott, Newlin, Niles, Parsons, Patton, Porter, Pughe, Purman, Purviance, John N., Purviance, Samuel A., Reed, Andrew, Reynolds, Rooke, Runk, Russell, Sharpe, Simpson, Smith, H. G., Stanton, Stewart, Struthers, Temple, Turrell, Van Reed, Walker, Wetherill, J. M., Wetherill, John Price, Wherry White, David N., Woodward and Worrell—100.

So the question was determined in the negative, ABSENT.—Messrs. Addicks, Bailey, of Huntingdon, Bardsley, Curry, Davis, Dunning, Green, Landis, Lear, Littleton, Metzger, Mitchell, Palmer, G. W., Palmer, H. W. Patterson, T. H. B., Read, John R., Ross, Smith, Wm. H., White, J. W. F., Wright and Meredith, President.

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