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Which was seconded by the Convention,
And the question being :
Shall the main question be now put ?
It was decided in the affirmative.
The question then being upon the amendment by Mr. Holman.
The ayes and noes being demanded by ten members,

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Allen, Anthony, Barbour, Bascom, Beeson, Berry, Bicknell, Bourne, Bracken, Carter, Chapman, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Cole, Colfax, Cookerly, Crawford, Crumbacker, Davis of Parke, Dick, Dobson, Dunn of Perry, Duzan, Edmonston, Fisher, Foster, Garvin, Gibson, Gootee, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Haddon, Holliday, Harbolt, Hardin, Hitt, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Huff, Kent, Lockhart, Logan, Maguire, March, May, McClelland, McFarland, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Fulton, Miller of Gibson, Milligan, Milroy, Mooney, Moore, Morrison of Marion, Morrison of Washington, Mowrer, Nofsinger, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pepper of Crawford, Pettit, Prather, Read of Clark, Read of Monroe, Ritchey, Schoonover, Shannon, Sherrod, Shoup, Smiley, Snook, Smith of Scott, Spann, Stevenson, Tague, Taylor, Terry, Thornton, Wheeler, Wiley, Yocum, Zenor, and Mr. President—86.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Badger, Ballingall, Beach, Beard, Blythe, Bright, Butler, Dunn of Jefferson, Farrow, Foley, Frisbie, Gordon, Gregg, Hall, Hawkins, Helm, Helmer, Howe, Jones, Kendall of White, Kilgore, Kinley, Morgan, Murray, Nave, Newman, Niles, Rariden, Robinson, Sims, Steele, Thomas, Walpole, Watts, and Wolfe—35.

So the amendment was adopted.

The question now being upon the amendment by Mr. Berry, to the amendment by Mr. Niles,

The ayes and noes being demanded by ten members :

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Allen, Bascom, Beach, Beard, Berry, Bourne, Bright, Carter, Chapman, Cole, Cookerly, Crawford, Dobson, Dunn of Perry, Edmonston, Foster, Gootee, Hardin; Hitt, Jones, Lockhart, March, May, McClelland, McFarland, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Gibson, Ritchey, Sherrod, Smith of Scott, Spann, Terry, Wiley, and Mr, President-35.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Anthony, Badger, Ballingall, Barbour, Beeson, Bicknell,

Blythe, Bracken, Butler, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Colfax, Crumbacker, Davis of Parke, Dick, Dunn of Jefferson, Duzan, Farrow, Fisher, Foley, Frisbie, Garvin, Gibson, Gordon, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Gregg, Haddon, Hall, Holliday, Harbolt, Hawkins, Helm, Helmer, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Howe, Huff, Kent, Kendall of White, Kilgore, Kinley, Logan, Maguire, Miller of Fulton, Milligan, Milroy, Mooney, Moore, Morgan, Morrison of Marion, Morrison of Washington, Mowrer, Murray, Nave, Newman, Niles, Nofsinger, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pepper of Crawford, Pettit, Prather, Rariden, Read of Monroe, Robinson, Schoonover, Shannon, Shoup, Sims, Smiley, Snook, Steele, Stevenson, Tague, Taylor, Thomas, Thornton, Walpole, Watts, Wheeler, Wolfe, Yocum, and Zenor-85.

So the amendment to the amendment was not adopted.

The question then recurring upon the adoption of the amendment by Mr. Niles, to strike out the entire section and insert.

The ayes and noes being demanded by ten members,

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Badger, Ballingall, Barbour, Beach, Beard, Bicknell, Blythe, Bourne, Bright, Butler, Colfax, Dunn of Jefferson, Farrow, Foley, Foster, Frisbie, Gordon, Gregg, Hall, Hawkins, Helm, Helmer, Howe, Kendall of White, Maguire, Milligan, Morgan, Morrison of Marion, Murray, Nave, Newman, Niles, Pepper of Crawford, Prather, Rariden, Read of Clark, Robinson, Sims, Steele, Stevenson, Taylor, Thomas, Thornton, Walpole, Watts, Wolfe, and Zenor-47.

And those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Allen, Anthony, Bascom, Beeson, Berry, Bracken, Carter, Chapman, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Cole, Cookerly, Crawford, Crumbacker, Davis of Parke, Dick, Dobson, Dunn of Perry, Duzan, Edmonston, Fisher, Garvin, Gibson, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Haddon, Holliday, Harbolt, Hardin, Hitt, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Huff, Jones, Kent, Kinley, Lockhart, Logan, March, May, McClelland McFarland, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Fulton, Miller of Gibson, Milroy, Mooney, Moore, Morrison of Washington, Mowrer, Nofsinger, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pettit, Read of Monroe, Ritchey, Schoonover, Shannon, Sherrod, Shoup, Smiley, Snook, Smith of Scott, Spann, Tague, Terry, Wheeler, Wiley, Yocum, and Mr. President-72.

So the amendment was not adopted.
When Mr. Berry moved the previous question.
Which was seconded by the Convention.
And the qucstion being :

Shall the main question be now put ?
It was decided in the affirmative.

When Mr. Graham of Warrick moved a reconsideration of the vote just taken upon the question.

Shall the main question be now put ?
Which was decided in the affirmative.
The question then being ?
Shall the main question be now put ?
It was decided in the negative.

And the further consideration of the subject was postponed until to-morrow.

When Mr. Kent moved to adjourn.
The ayes and noes were demanded by ten members.

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Ballingall, Bourne, Bracken, Cole, Cookerly, Dunn of Perry, Duzan, Edmonston, Frisbie, Gootee, Helmer, Howe, Kent, Kinley, May, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Gibson, Mooney, Pettit, Prather, Rariden, Robinson, Spann, Steele, Taylor, Thornton, Wallace, Zenor, and Mr. President-29.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Anthony, Badger, Barbour, Bascom, Beach Beard, Beeson, Berry, Bicknell, Blythe, Bright Butler, Carr, Carter Chapman, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Colfax, Crawford, Crumbacker, Davis of Parke, Dick, Dobson, Dunn of Jefferson, Farrow, Fisher, Foley, Foster, Garvin, Gibson, Gordon, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Gregg, Haddon, Hall Holliday, Harbolt, Hardin, Hawkins, Hitt, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Huff, Jones, Kendall of White, Lockhart, Logan, Maguire, March, McClelland, McFarland, Miller of Fulton, Milligan, Milroy, Moore, Morgan, Morrison of Marion, Morrison of Washington, Mowrer, Murray, Nave, Newman, Niles, Nofsinger, Owen, Pepper of Crawford, Read of Clark, Ritchey, Schoonover, Sherrod, Shoup, Sims, Smiley, Stevenson, Tague, Walpole, Watts, Wheeler, Wiley, Wolfe, and Yocum-84.

So the Convention refused to adjourn.

Mr. Owen gave notice that he would, on to-morrow, move to amend the rules, so that each section may be separately engrossed. Mr. Foley moved a call of the Convention, when,

On motion of Mr. Miller of Gibson, The Convention adjourned.

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TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1850.

The Convention met.

Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Myers.
Journal of yesterday was read.

Leave of absence was granted to Messrs. Bryant, Thomas, Robinson and Borden.

Mr. Wolfe moves to amend Rule No. 35, in accordance with the notice given by him on yesterday, as follows:

Strike out all after the word “majority," in the beginning of the 3rd line, and insert the following: "to move for the reconsideration thereof, on the same, or any other day during the session of this Convention."

The question being on the adoption of the amendment,
It was decided in the affirmative.

Mr. Owen, in accordance with the notice given by him on yesterday, submitted the following resolution :

Resolved, That the rules be so amended, that each section of the amended Constitution may be separately engrossed.

Mr. Graham of Warrick, moved to amend as follows:
Add after the word “engrossed,” the words “or passed."
Which amendment was accepted by Mr. Owen.

The question being upon the adoption of the resolution as amended,

It was decided in the affirmative,

Mr. Sherrod, in accordance with the notice given by him on yesterday, submitted the following resolution:

Resolved, That no member, in making a speech upon an original proposition or resolution, shall occupy more than thirty minutes; and, on amendments, more than ten minutes.

Mr Watts moved to amend by adding after the words "ten minutes," "without leave of the Convention;"

Which was accepted by Mr. Sherrod, when

Mr. Graham of Warrick moved to lay the resolution as amended upon the table.

The ayes and noes having been demanded by ten members,

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Allen, Anthony, Badger, Balingall, Barbour,

Bascom, Beach, Carr, Chapman, Clark of Tippecanoe, Crumbacker, Dobson, Dunn of Jefferson, Duzan, Edmonston, Foster, Frisbie, Gibson, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Gregg, Hall, Hawkins, Holman, Hovey, Jones, Kent, Kendall of White, Kilgore, Kinley, March, McFarland, McLean, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Gibson, Milligan, Milroy, Mooney, Morrison of Washington, Mowrer, Murray, Nave, Niles, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pettit, Prather, Reaci of Monroe, Ritchey, Shannon, Shoup, Sims, Snook, Spann, Steele, Terry, Thornton, Vanbenthusen, Wiley, Wunderlich, and Mr. President-62.

Those who voted in the negative were.

Messrs. Beard, Beeson, Blythe, Bourne, Bracken, Butler, Coats, Colfax, Cookerly, Crawford, Davis of Parke, Dick, Dunn of Perry, Farrow, Fisher, Foley, Garvin, Gootee, Gordon, Haddon, Holliday, Harbolt, Hardin, Helm, Helmer, Hitt, Hogin, Howe, Huff, Lockhart, Logan, Maguire, May, McClelland, Miller of Fulton, Moore, Morgan, Newman, Nofsinger, Pepper of Crawford, Read of Clark, Schoonover, Sherrod, Smiley, Stevenson, Tague, Taylor, Watts, Wheeler, Wolfe, Yocum, and Zenor-52.

So the resolution was laid upon the table.

Mr. Kinley presented two petitions from citizens of Henry county, in relation to the rights of colored people:

Which were read and laid on the table.

Mr. Morrison of Washington, from the committee on education, made the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT :

The committee on education, to whom was referred a resolution of the Convention, instructing them to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the General Assembly to invest the profits arising from the State Bank in State stocks, or in State Bank stock, have had the subject under consideration, and have directed me to report, that the committee are unanimous in the opinion that the General Assembly should be left free to select the best and safest investment for the common school funds. They therefore report the resolution back to the Convention, with a recommendation that it be laid on the table, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.

Which report was concurred in.

ORDERS OF THE DAY.

The reported sections No. 2, being under consideration,
The question first being,

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