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Resolved, That, of the bound volumes of the amendment, inasmuch as the reports would all proceedings and debates of this Convention, a be printed in the regular proceedings, and hence copy be forwarded by the publishers, to the Clerk this resolution involved an unnecessary exof each County Court, and the State Librarian, pense. (for preservation in their offices respectively,
The ayes and noes were called on Mr. Hatchto each member of the General Assembly now in
er's amendment, with the following result: session, and to each member of the Executive
AYES-Messrs. Bogy, Calhoun, Collier, HatchGovernment, and Judge of the Supreme Court
er, Howell, Maupin, Norton, Pomeroy, Rankin, to the Librarian of each State in the Union, and
Shackelford of Howard and Tindall. of the Congressional Library at Washington-and
NOES-Messrs. Allen, Bast, Birch, Breckinthat, after reserving a copy for each of the officers of this Convention, and for the Law and Mer
ridge, Bridge, Brown, Bush, Dunn, Flood, Foster, cantile Library, and Agricultural and Mechanical Gantt, Gravelly, Hall of Buchanan, Hall of Ran.
dolph, Henderson, Hitchcock, Holmes, Holt, Associations, the remainder shall be forwarded,
How, Isbell, Jackson, Jamison, Johnson, Kidd, in equal and proper proportions, to the address
Leper, Linton, Long, Marmaduke, Marvin, Mcof the members of this Convention.
Clurg, McCormack, McDowell, McFerran, Meyer, Mr. WRIGHT offered the following, which was
Morrow, Orr, Phillips, Rowland, Scott, Shackeladopted:
ford of St. Louis, Sheeley, Smith of Linn, Smith Resolved, That the resolution of this Conven
of St. Louis, Turner, Waller, Welch, Woodson, tion, requesting the General Assembly of this
Woolfolk, Wright, Vanbuskirk and Mr. PresiState to call for a National Convention, in pur
dent. suance of a provision of the Constitution of the
Amendment declared rejected. this State.
Mr. FOSTER said that as he had not been aware Mr. FOSTER offered a resolution to cause a cer- that the reports would all be printed in the regutain number of copies of the Majority Report of lar proceedings when he offered his resolution, he the Committee on Federal Relations, and the re- would now withdraw it. ports of the Committee on the Commissioner
Mr. HOLMES offered a resolution allowing $5 from Georgia, to be printed for distribution.
each per day to Captains J. E. D. Couzins and J. Mr. HATCHER moved to amend by adding the D. Camp for services rendered the Convention. Minority Report of the Committee on Federal Adopted. Relations.
On motion of Mr. SHEELEY, the Convention Messrs. BIRCH and NORTON expressed them- thereupon adjourned to meet again on the third selves opposed to both the resolution and the Monday in December.
President of the Convention.
SAMUEL A. LOWE,
Secretary of the Convention.