STATE OF MARYLAND, TO WIT :
Wednesday, the 2d day of January, 1867, being the day
appointed by the Constitution for the meeting of the General
Assembly, Lieutenant Governor Cox, President of the Senate,
took the Chair, and the following Senators appeared and took
Harford CountyŚWilliam B. Stephenson.
Cecil CountyŚJacob Tome.
Caroline CouniyŚCurtis Davis.
Dorchester CountyŚWilliam Frazier.
Washington CountyŚElias Davis.
Calvert CountyŚRichard Mackall.
Kent CountyŚGeorge Vickers.
Somerset CountyŚL. L. Waters.
The following Senators elect, also appeared and qualified
before the. President by taking and subscribing the oath
prescribed by the Constitution and Laws, and took their
Charles H. Ohr, of Allegany County; Thomas Mules,
Douglas Stirling, William Kimmel, of Baltimore City; Isaac
Young, of Montgomery County; Eli J. Henkle, Anne Arun-
del County; Oden Bowie, Prince George's County; Barnes
Compton, Charles County; G. F. Maddox, St. Mary's County;
Charles M. Jump, Talbot County; Levin J. M. P. Broad-
water, Worcester County; James T. Earle, Queen Anne's
Lieut. Governor Cox, President of the Senate, then delivered
his opening address to the Senate :
At the opening of atother regular session of the General
Assembly of Maryland, I take pleasure in renewing to you
my congratulations and best wishes. It is pleasant, while
greeting the familiar faces of a former Senate, to recognize
the presence of the recently elected members who are about
to enter upon their Legislative labors. Gratifying, too, is the
reflection, that at this critical juncture in public affairs, an