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Journal of the House of Delegates, 1806
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34 VOTES AND PROCEEDINGS, NOVEMBER SESSION, 1806.

NEGATIVE.

Frisby, Lyles. Gale, Cox, White, Bond, R. Steuart, Selby,
Comegys, Parnham, Winder, Porter, Dashiell, Davis, Bowles, Darne,
Belt, Little, King, Mitchell, Biggs, Bayard, Schnebly, Briscoe,
Merriken, M Brown, Smoot, Hall, Street, Turpin, Carroll, Beall,
Williams Harryman, Ward, Shaaff, Forwood, Aisquith, Watts, Rizer. 44.
C. D. Hodges, Martin, Dennis, Bishop,

So it was determined in the negative.

On motion, the question was then put, That the further consideration of said bill be referred to the first clay
of June next? Resolved in the affirmative.

The following message was read, agreed to, and sent to the senate by the clerk.

By the HOUSE of DELEGATES, Decembers, 1806.
Gentlemen of the Senate,

IT is with much regret we hear of the death of Thomas Duckett, Esquire, late of your body. We feel the
propriety, which is also marked out by inclination, of paying due respect to his memory. We concur with your
wishes in this instance, and will take the necessary steps to carry them into effect; but as it appears impossible
to make the necessary preparations, and attend the funeral to-day, we propose deferring the ceremony until to-
morrow, and will then attend in the senate chamber at three o'clock, and join in procession.

By order, J. BREWER, clk.
The following order was read and agreed to.
ORDERED, That Mr. John Shaw be requested to furnish the members of the legislature, and the officers there-

of, also the members of the executive, and such of the judiciary as are in the city of Annapolis, with scarfs
and bands, to be worn in respect to the memory of Thomas Duckett, Esquire, deceased, late a member of the
senate of this state, and that the expence thereof be placed on the journal of accounts.
The following message was read, agreed to, and sent to the senate by the clerk.

By the HOUSE of DELEGATES, December 3, 1806.
Gentlemen of the Senate,

WE propose, with your concurrence, to proceed immediately, agreeably to the order of the day, to the elec-
tion of two directors to the Union Bank of Maryland for the ensuing year.

By order, J. BREWER, clk.

Mr. Shaaff, from the committee, delivers to the speaker a bill, entitled, An act to pay the civil list, and other
expences of civil government; which was read the first time and ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Little, from the committee, delivers to the speaker the following report:

THE committee to whom was referred the petitions of Henry Peters and John Manning, of Baltimore coun-
ty, beg leave to report, that having taken them into consideration, it appears to your committee, that the afore-
said Henry Peters hath now a good and convenient road leading to the Reister's-town turnpike, and that it
would be highly injurious to John Manning to authorise a road as prayed for by the aforesaid Henry Peters, as
it must necessarily pass through the meadows and orchards of John Manning; your committee therefore beg
leave to submit the following resolution:

RESOLVED, Than the prayer of Henry Peters is unreasonable, and ought not to be granted.

By order, D. L. JACOB, clk.
Which was read the first and second time by especial order, and the resolution therein contained assented to.

The clerk of the senate delivers the following message:

By the SENATE, December 3, 1806.
Gentlemen of the House of Delegates,

WE have received your message of yesterday, proposing Saturday, the 10th instant, as the day for the two
houses to go into a joint ballot for the election of a senator of the United States for six years from the 3d day
of March next. We can see no possible advantage to the state by putting off the appointment to so distant a
day, when we anticipate rising on the 15th instant, and therefore propose Friday next as the day for the elec-
tion, provided it meets the concurrence of your body; and for the regulation of the said election have framed
the following resolution:

RESOLVED, That Friday, the 5th instant, be appointed to choose a senator in the senate of the United States
from the 3d day of March next, who shall be a resident of the eastern shore of the state of Maryland, and that
the person having a majority of the ballots of all the attending members of both houses of the legislature be
declared duly elected to represent this state in the senate, of the United States; and that a commission issue to
the said senator, appointed as aforesaid, signer, by the governor for the time being, or in his absence by the pre-
siding member of the council, in the following words, to wit: To —-— ——. The legislature of Maryland,
reposing especial confidence in your integrity and abilities, have appointed you senator, to represent this state
in the senate of the United States from the 3d day of March ne: until the 4th day of March, eighteen hundred
and thirteen. Given under my hand, and the seal of this state, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and ——, and in the - year of the independence of America.

By order, T. ROGERS, -clk.
Which was read. ————— -

 

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