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Proceedings and Debates of the 1850 Constitutional Convention
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Ridgely, Sherwood, of Talbot, Colston, Goldsborough, McCul
lough, George, Shriver, Biser, Annan, Stephenson, McHenry,
Magraw, Nelson, Thawley, Stewart, of Caroline, Gwinn, Brent,
of Balt. city, Sherwood, of Balt, city, Ware, Schley, Fiery,
Neill, John Newcomer, Michael Newcomer, Kilgour, Waters,
Anderson, Weber, Hollyday, Slicer, Fitzpatrick, Smith, Shower,
Cockey and Brown—46.
So the Convention refused to reconsider their vote.
The Convention then resumed the consideration of the order of
the day being the report of the committee on the Legislative
Department.
Mr. Donaldson, renewed the notice of his intention to move a
reconsideration of the 4th section of said report.
Mr. Brown, renewed the notice of his intention to move a re
consideration of the 17th section of said report.
On motion of Mr. McHenry,
The Convention then took up for consideration the report of
the committee on the Executive Department.
The question pending, being on an amendment offered by Mr.
McHenry, on the 3rd inst, as an additional section to said report,
and to be found on page 555 of Journal.
After debate thereon,
On motion of Mr. Shriver,
The Convention was called.
On motion of Mr. John Newcomer,
Further proceedings under the call was dispensed with.
The question then recurred on the adoption of the amendment
offered by Mr. McHenry, as an additional section to the report.
Mr. Phelps, moved the question be taken by yeas and nays,
and being ordered, appeared as follows
AFFIRMATIVE—Messrs. Howard, Buchanan, Welch, Sherwood,
of Tal. Colston, George, Shriver, Biser, Annan, McHenry, Magraw,
Nelson, Carter, Stewart, of Caroline, Gwinn, Brent, of Balt. city,
Sherwood, of Balt, city, Ware, Michael Newcomer, Anderson,
Weber, Hollyday, Shower and Brown—24.
NEGATIVE—Messrs. Chapman, Pres't, Morgan, Blakistone,
Hopewell, Ricaud, Chambers, of Kent, Donaldson, Dorsey,
Wells, Randall, Sellman, Sollers Ridgely, John Dennis, James
U. Dennis, Dashiell, Williams, Hicks, Hodson, Goldsborough,
Eccleston, Phelps, Bowie, Tuck, Sprigg, Dirickson, McMaster,
Hearn, Stephenson, Thawley, Schley, Fiery, Neill, John New
comer, Davis, Kilgour, Waters, Slicer, Fitzpatrick, Smith and
Cockey—4 1.
So the amendment was rejected.
Mr. Davis, (in accordance with notice heretofore given) moved


 

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