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Proceedings and Debates of the 1850 Constitutional Convention
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Tuck, McMaster, Magraw, Carter, Gwinn, Stewart of Balti
more city, Brent of Baltimore city, Presstman, Ware, Kilgour
and Waters—27.
NEGATIVE—Messrs, Lee, Chambers of Kent, Donaldson,
Dorsey, Randall, Sellman, Brent of Charles, Howard, Buchan
nan, Bell, Welch, Lloyd, Diskinson, Sherwood of Talbot, Cris
field, Miller, Grason, Dirickson, Fooks, Shriver, Biser, Sapping-
ton, McH enry, Nelson, Hardcastle, Fiery, J ohn Newcomer,
Harbine, Brewer, Weber, Hollyday, Slicer, Smith, Parke, Shower
and Brown---36.
So the Convention refused to accept the substitute,
The question was then put on the adoption of the report of the
majority committee.
Mr. Chambers, of Kent, moved the question be taken by
yeas and nays, and being ordered appeared as follows
AFFIRMATIVE—Messrs. Lee, Chambers, of Kent, Donaldson,
Dorsey, Randall, Sellman, Brent of Charles, Howard, Buchanan,
Bell, Welch, Lloyd, Dickinson, Sherwood of Talbot, Crisfield,
Miller, Grason, Fooks, Shriver, Biser, Sappington, McHenry,
Nelson, Carter, Fiery, J oh n Newcomer, Harbine, Brewer, W eber,
Hollyday, Slicer, Smith, Panke, Shower and Brown----35.
NEGATIVE—Messrs Blakistone, Pres't, pro tem., Dent, Hope—
well, M itchell, Wells, W eems, Sollers, J enifer, Dashiell , Wil—
liams, Hicks, Hodson, Eccleston, Phelps, McLane, Bowie, Tuck,
Dirickson, McMaster, Magraw, Gwinn, Stewart of Baltimore city,
Brent of Baltimore city, Presstman, Ware, Kilgour and Waters—27,
So the report of the majority committee was adopted.
On motion of Mr. Buchanan,
The Convention adjourned until to-morrow morning 10 o'clock.


FRIDAY, March 14th, 1851.
The Convention met,

Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Graff

The proceedings of yesterday were read.

Mr. Shriwer, presented a petition of 80 voters of Middletown,
Hauver's, and Catoctin Districts in Frederick county, remonstra
ting against the creatton of a new county from parts of Frederick
and Washington counties;
Which was read, and

 
 
 
 
Referred to the committee appointed on New Counties.



 

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