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In line 15, strike out "four," and insert "three."
Which was adopted, and the bill as amended, read a
Mr. Neal, Chairman of the Committee on Elections, sub-
mitted the following
To the Honorable, the
House of Delegates of Maryland :
The Committee on Elections beg leave to make the follow-
ing report : We have examined their credentials, and found
that the following gentlemen were duly elected as members
of the House of Delegates at the election held in this State on
November 2d, 1875 :
Allegany County.—George M. Rawlings, Henry R. Atkin-
fion, William O. Sprigg and John R. Brooke.
Anne Arundel County.—James S Robinson, James H.
Hodges and Frederick Rullman.
Baltimore City, First Legislative District.—Henry Wells
Rusk, August Berkemeier, C. W. Lewis, John J. McWil-
liams, Fetter S. Hoblitzell and John T. McGlone.
Baltimore City, Second Legislative District.—Thomas Co-
burn, William E. Stewart, Charles J. McAleese, John Gill,
Jr., Henry B. Hart and Henry E. Loane.
Baltimore City, Third Legislative District.—Dr. E. J.
Chaisty, Marcus Hess, B. L. Harig, Edward L, Albaugh,
Henry Zanders and John J. Fenton.
Baltimore County.—James E. Hooper, Robert S. Smith,
William Whitclock, O. P. Baldwin, Dr. James J. Given
and William H. Curtis.
Calvert County.—Samuel R. Bird and John Turner.
Caroline County. — Dr. G. W. Goldsborough and Robert B.
Carroll County.—Jacob Rinehart, Frank Brown, Somerset
R» Waters and Harrison H. Lamotte.
Cecil County.— William Ward, Albert Constable and Alex-
ander H. Briscoe.
Charles County.—F. Matthews Lancaster and Daniel W.
Dorchester County.—Edmund G. Waters, Washington A.
Smith and William J. Lambdin.
Frederick Counfy.—Robert E. Linthicum, Henry Clay
Naill, William H. Hinks, John A. Koons and Christopher