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Proceedings and Debates of the 1864 Constitutional Convention
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have the Constitution published in one or more newspapers in
each county and the city of Baltimore, once a week for three
successive weeks before the day of its ratification or rejection;
provided, it can be done at a cost of not more than 75 dollars
to each paper in which it is published.

Pending the consideration of which,

The hour again arrived for taking up the Order of the Day,

Mr. Abbott moved a call of the Convention;

The call being sustained,

The roll was called, and the following members re-

Messrs. Goldsborough, (President, ) Abbott, Annon,
Baker, Barron, Berry, of Baltimore county, Bond, Brown,
Carter, Cunningham, Dail, Daniel, Davis, of Charles, Duvall,
Earl, Ecker, Farrow, Galloway, Greene, Hatch, Hebb, Hod-
sou, Hoffman, Hopper, Horsey, Jones, of Cecil, Keefer, Ken-
nard, King, Lansdale, Larsh, Lee, Marbury, Markey, May-
hugh, McComas, Mitchell, Miller, Morgan, Mullikin, Murray,
Negley, Parker, Pugh, Purnell, Russell, Schlosser, Scott,
Smith, of Dorchester, Sneary, Stirling, Stockbridge, Swope,
Sykes, Thomas, Valliant, Wickard, Wilmer, Woodenó58.

On motion of Mr. Pugh,
Further proceedings under the call were dispensed with.

Mr. Negley moved to further postpone the consideration of
the Order of the Day.

Decided in the affirmative.

The question then being on the adoption of the order
submitted by Mr. Negley;

It was decided in the affirmative.

The Order of the Day was then taken up.

Mr. Earle, Chairman of the Committee on Revision and
Engrossment, submitted the following engrossed copy of the
Declaration of Rights and Constitution:


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