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Proceedings of the House, April, June and July Special Sessions, 1861
Volume 430, Page 161   View pdf image (33K)
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TUESDAY, June 4, 1861.

The House of Delegates of Maryland met in Extra Session
at Frederick City, at 2 o'clock this day, pursuant to adjourn-
ment, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Crever.

Present at the call of the roll the following members:

Messrs. Kilbourn, Speaker, Morgan, Rasin, Medders,
Welch, Mackubin, Briscoe, Parran, Compton, Ford, Deni-
son, Quinlan, Renshaw, Jones, of Talbot, Chaplain, Stan-
ford, Keene, Holland, Maxwell, Miller, Bryan, Dennis, of
Worcester, Kessler, Routzahn, Johnson, Salmon, Naill,
Straughn, Goldsborough, Warfield, Brune, Winans, Thom-

as, Wallis, Sangston, Morfit, Scott, Wilson, Bayless, McCoy,
Eakle, Brining, Gordon, Barnard, Roop, Gorsuch, Mills,
Turner, Brown.

Mr. Andrew Mclntire, member elect from Cecil county,
appeared, and having been duly qualified, took his seat.

Mr. Chaplain moved an adjournment,
Which was lost.

Mr. Goldsborough, from the select committee, made the


The undersigned, a portion of the Committee appointed by
the Legislature to present and urge the favorable considera-
tion of its resolutions upon Presidents Lincoln and Davis, beg
leave to report:

That the manifest purpose of those resolutions, was, in the
opinion of your Committee, to secure, if possible, through
the instrumentality of Maryland, peace to our distracted
country; and if failing in that, then a cessation of hostilities
on the part of the armies of the Federal and Confederate troops
until Congress should express its opinion on tie subjects,
which now agitate the people. These purposes being defeated
by the movement of Federal troops on Virginia and an active
commencement of hostilities, we have considered our mission
as ended, and therefore have not felt authorized on the part of
the sovereign State of Maryland to present a request which
has in advance been repudiated,


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