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Proceedings and Debates of the 1850 Constitutional Convention
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On motion of Mr. rruck,
Said article was amended by striking out in 3rd line the words
"Chancellor and," also by striking out from the word
in the 7th line to the word or inclusive in the 10th line.
The said article was then adopted as amemded.
On motion of Mr. Tuck,
The 41st article was amended by striking out in 1st line from
the words "that this" down to the word "ought'' inclusive in 3rd
line and insert "constitution shall," also by striking out in same
line the words ‘‘but in such" and insert ‘‘except in the,'' and by
striking out the words "as this convention shall prescribe and di
rect,'' and insert the words "therein directed.''
The said report having been read through and adopted as
am ended.
Mr. Tuck moved that it be recommitted to the committee on
Revision, for the purpose of being engrossed.
Determined in the affirmative.
The doorkeeper having returned, reported that in obedience to
order he had notified the absent members that their attendance in
the Convention was required.
The Convention then resumed the consideration of the order of
the day, being the proposition relative to districting the city of
Baltimore, and the several counties of the State.
The question pending being on the motion of Mr. Chambers,
of Kent, to reconsider the vote of the Convention striking out
the amendment offered by him, (see page 707 of journal.)
Mr. Thomas moved the question be taken by yeas and nays
and being ordered appeared as follows:
AFFIRMATIVE—Messrs. Chapman, Pres't, Morgan, Blakistone,
Dent, Hopeweli, Ricaud, Lee, Chambers of Kent, Donaldson,
Dorsey, Wells, Randall, Kent, Weems, Dalrymple, Bond, Sollers,
Brent of Charles, John Dennis, Dashiell, Wiiliams, Hicks, Hodson,
Goldsborough, Eccleston, Phelps, Bowie, Tuck, Sprigg, McCub
bin, Bowling, Dirickson, McMaster, Hearn, Fooks, Jabobs, Schley,
Fiery, Neill, John Newcomer, Davis, Kilgour, Waters, Smith,
Ege and Cockey—46.

NEGATIVE—Messrs. Seliman, Howard, Buchanan, Bell , Welch,
Ridgely, Lloyd, Sherwood of Talbot, Colston, Constable, Mc
Cullough, Miller, McLane, Spencer, Grason, George, Wright,
Thomas, Shriver, Gaither, Biser, Annan, Sappington, Stephenson,
McHenry, Magraw, Nelson, Carter, Thawley, Stewart of Caroline,
Hardcastle, Gwinn, Stewart of Balt. city, Brent of Balt. city,
Sherwood of Balt., Presstman, Ware, Harbine, Michael Newcomer,.
Brewer, Anderson, Weber, Hollyday, Fitzpatrick, Parke, Shower
and Brown----47.


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