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Brent, of Charles, Lloyd, Dickinson, Sherwood, of Talbot,
Crisfield, Dashiell, Williams, Eccleston, Phelps, Chambers, of
Cecil, Miller, McLane, Bowie, Tuck, Dirickson, McMaster, Fooks,
Gaither, Biser, Sappington, Nelson, Carter, Hardcastle, Gwinn,
Schley, Fiery, John Newcomer, Harbine, Davis, Brewer, Waters,
Weber, Slicer, Smith, Parke, Shower, Cockey and Brown—47.
So the Convention refused to insert "fifteen hundred dollars."
The question was then put on the motion of Mr. Jenifer, to fill
the blank with "twelve hundred dollars;"
Mr. Lee, moved the question be taken by yeas and nays,
and being ordered, appeared as follows:
AFFIRMATIV E. —Messrs. Donaldson, Wells, Randall, Kent,
Sellman, Weems, Sollers, Brent, of Charles, Jenifer, Howard,
Buchanan, Welch, Hicks, Hodson, Miller, Bowie, Tuck,
Grason, Biser, McHenry, Magraw, Gwinn, Brent, of Balt, city,
Presstman, Ware, Kilgor and Hollyday—27.
NEGATIVE----Messrs. Blakistone, Pres't, pro tem., Dent., Lee,
Chambers, of Kent, Dorsey, Bell, Lloyd, Dickinson, Sherwood,
of Talbot, Crisfield, Dashiell, Williams, Eccleston, Phelps, Mc-
Lane, Dirickson, McMaster, Fooks, Shriver, Gaither, Sapping-
tori, Nelson, Carter, Schley, Fiery, John Newcomer, Harbine,
Davis, Brewer, Waters, Weber, Slicer, Smith, Parke, Shower,
Cockey and Brown-----37.
So the Convention refused to fill the blank with "twelve hun
dred dollars.''
Mr. John Newcomer, moved to fill the blank with "eight hun
dred dollars;"
The question was first taken on the motion of Mr. Chambers,
of Kent, to fill the blank with ‘‘one thousand dollars;'' and
Det ermined in t he affir mative.

The question then recurred and was put on the amendment of
fered by Mr. Dashiell, as a substitute for the 22nd section

Mr Dashiell moved the question be taken by yeas and nays, and
being ordered appeared as follows:
AFFIRMATIVE.—Messrs. Blakistone, Pres't, pro tem., Dent, Hope—
well, Lee, Buchanan, Bell, Bashiell, Hicks, Eccleston, Phelps,
Miller, Dirickson, McMaster, Gaither, Sappington, Nelson, Carter,
Ware, Fiery, John Newcomer, Harbine and Smith—22.
NEGATIVE—Messrs. Chambers, of Kent, Mitchell, Donairison,
Dorsey, Wells, Randall, Kent, Sellman, Weems, Sollers, Brent,
of Charles, Jenifer, Howard, Welch, Lloyd, Dickinson, Sherwood,
of Talbot, Crisfield, W illiams, Hodson, , Cham bers, of Cecil,
McL ane, Bowie, Tuck, Grason, Fooks, S hri ver, B iser, McHenry,
Magraw, Hardcastle, Gwinn, Stewart, of Baltimore city, Brent,
of Baltimore city, Davis, Kilgour, Brewer, Waters
Weber, Hollyday, Slicer, Parke, Shower, and Brown—45.

 
 
 
 
 
 
So the Convention refused to accept the substitute.



 

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