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of Perry, Fisher, Gibson, Halliday, Hendricks, Howe, McLean, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Gibson, Milroy, Mooney, Mowrer, Niles, Nofsinger, Pepper of Ohio, Pettit, Rariden, Read of Monroe, Shannon, Shoup, Snook, Tannehill, Vanbenthusen, Wheeler, Wiley and Yocum 37.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Allen, Badger, Ballingall, Barbour, Bascom, Beach, Beeson, Bicknell, Biddle, Borden, Bourne, Bowers, Bracken, Brookbank, Bryant, Butler, Carr of Lawrence, Chenowith, Clark of Hamilton, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Cole, Colfax, Cookerly, Crawford, Davis of Madison, Davis of Parke, Dobson, Dunn of Jefferson, Duzan, Edmonston, Farrow, Foley, Foster, Frisbie, Garvin, Gootee, Gordon, Grahain of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Gregg, Haddon, Hall, Hamilton, Hardin, Hawkins, Helm, Helmer, Hitt, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Huff, Johnson, Kelso, Kent, Kendall of Miami, Kendall of Warren, Kilgore, Kinley, Lockhart, Logan, Maguire, March, Mather, Mathis, May, McClelland, McFarland, Miller of Fulton, Milligan, Moore, Morgan, Morrison of Washington, Murray, Nave, Newman, Owen, Pepper of Crawford, Prather, Read of Clark, Ristine, Ritchey, Robinson, Schoonover, Sherrod, Sims, Smiley, Smith of Ripley, Smith of Scott, Spann, Steele, Stephenson, Tague, Terry, Thomas, Thornton, Todd, Trembly, Walpole, Watts, Wolf. Work, Wunderlich, and Zenor-106.

So the Convention refused to adjourn.

Mr. Pettit offered the following amendment to the resolution of Mr. Kilgore:

After the word “duties," add the words, “and a Sergeant-at-Arms and Door-keeper."

Which amendment was not adopted.
Mr. Read of Clark moved that the Convention now adjourn.

And the ayes and noes being called for by Messrs. Kilgore and Tague

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Anthony, Beard, Berry, Borden, Bracken, Carr of Jackson, Carter, Chandler, Chapman, Davis of Park and Vermillion, Dick, Fisher, Foster, Gibson, Gootee, Harbolt, Howe, McLean, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Gibson, Mooney, Mowrer, Niles, Nofsinger, Petit, Rariden, Read of Clark, Read of Monroe, Shannon, Shoap, Snook, Tannehill, Thornton, Wheeler, Wiley, and Yocum37.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Allen, Badger, Ballingall, Barbour, Bascom, Beach, Beeson, Bicknell, Biddle, Bourne, Blythe, Bowers, Brook

bank, Bryant, Butler, Carr of Lawrence, Chenowith, Clark of Hamilton, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Cole, Colfax, Cookerly, Crawford, Davis of Madison, Davis of Parke, Dobson, Dunn of Jefferson, Dunn of Perry, Duzan, Edmonston, Farrow, Foley, Frisbie, Garvin, Gordon, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Gregg, Haddon, Hall, Holliday, Hamilton, Hardin, Hawkins, Helm, Helmer, Hendricks, Hitt, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Huff, Johnson, Kelso, Kent, Kendall of Miami, Kendall of White, Kilgore, Kinley, Lockhart, Logan, Maguire, Mather, Mathis, May, McClelland, McFarland, Miller of Fulton, Milligan, Milroy, Moore, Morgan, Morrison of Marion, Morrison of Washington, Murray, Nave, Newman, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pepper of Crawford, Prather, Ristine, Ritchey, Robinson, Schoonover, Sherrod, Sims, Smiley, Smith of Ripley, Smith of Scott, Spann, Steele, Stevenson, Tague, Terry, Thomas, Todd, Trembly, Vanbenthusen, Wallace, Walpole, Watts, Wolf, Work, Wunderlich, and Zenor-109

So the Convention refused to adjourn. Mr. Kent submitted the following amendment to the resolution offered by Mr. Kilgore: ·

Strike out from the resolving clause and insert the following:

“That the Convention now proceed to the election of a Principal Secretary."

Mr Foster moved to amend the amendment

“That the officers of this Convention shall be a Principal Secretary, two Assistant Secretaries, a Door-keeper, and a Sergeant-atArms, to be elected by a viva voce vote in the order in which they are named;"

Which was rejected.

The question then recurring upon the amendment offered by Mr. Kent,

It was concurred in.
And the resolution, as amended, was then adopted.
Mr. Pettit then moved that the Convention do now adjourn.

And the ayes and noes being demanded by Messrs. Kilgore and Robinson:

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Allen, Anthony, Bascom, Beard, Berry, Borden, Bourne, Bracken, Bright, Butler, Carr of Jackson, Carter, Chandler, Cookerly, Davis of Parke and Vermillion, Dick, Dunn of Perry, Fisher, Foley, Foster, Gibson, Gootee, Graham of Warrick, Harbolt, Hardin, Hendricks, Howe, Kinley, May, McClelland, McFarland, McLean, Miller of Gibson, Milroy, Morrison of Marion, Mowrer, Newman, Niles, Nofsinger, Pettit, Rariden, Read of Clark, Read of Monroe, Shannon, Shoup, Snook, Tannehill, Trembly, Vanbenthusen, Wheeler, Work, and Yocum-53.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Badger, Ballingall, Barbour, Beech, Beeson, Bicknell, Biddle, Blythe, Bowers, Brookbank, Bryant, Chapman, Chenowith, Clark of Hamilton, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Cole, Colfax, Crawford, Davis of Madison, Davis of Parke, Dobson, Dunn of Jefferson, Duzan, Edmonston, Farrow, Frisbie, Garvin, Gordon, Graham of Miami, Gregg, Haddon, Hall, Holliday, Hamilton, Hawkins, Helm, Helmer, Hitt, Hogin, Holman, Hovey, Huff, Johnson, Kelso, Kent, Kendall of Miami, Kendall of White, Kilgore, Lockhart, Logan, Maguire, March, Mather, Mathes, Miller of Fulton, Mooney, Moore, Morgan, Morrison of Washington, Murray, Nave, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pepper of Crawford, Prather, Ristine, Ritchey, Robinson, Schoonover, Sherrod, Sims, Smiley, Smith of Ripley, Smith of Scott, Spann, Steele, Stevenson, Tague, Terry, Thomas, Thornton, Todd, Wallace, Walpole, Watts, Wiley, Wolf, Wunderlich, and Zenor—91.

So the Convention refused to adjourn.

The Convention then proceeded to the election of Principal Secretary

Messrs. Biddle and Kent acting as tellers.
When, on counting the first ballot,

William H. English received

47 votes. Solon Turman,

27 votes George L. Sites,

20 votes. Joseph S. Buckles,

14 votes. Andrew J. Boone,

12 votes. Francis King,

9 votes. John W. Spencer,

6 votes. Benjamin F. Myers,

4 votes. Scattering

6 votes. Whole number of votes cast,

- 145 Necessary to a choice, No person having received a majority of the whole number of votes cast,

The Convention proceeded to a second ballot,
The same gentlemen, acting as tellers,
Which resulted as follows:

73

145
73

Whole number of votes,

Necessary to a choice,
Of which

William H. English received,
Solon Turman,
George L. Sites,

64 votes. 41 votes. 15 votes.

Joseph S. Buckles,
Andrew J. Boone,
John W. Spencer,
Francis King,

9 votes,
5 votes.
5 votes.
6 votes.

And no person having received a majority of the whole number of the votes cast,

The Convention proceeded to a third ballot,
Which resulted as follows:

William H. English received
Solon Turman,
Scattering,

76 votes.
66 votes.
3 votes.

145

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice, -

73

William H. English, of the county of Scott, having received a majority of the whole number of votes given, was declared duly elected Principal Secretary to the Convention, and being sworn by the Hon. Isaac Blackford, the Senoir Judge of the Supreme Court of Indiana, proceeded to the discharge of the duties of his office.

After the second ballot,
Mr. Kilgore moved that the Convention adjourn;
Which motion did not prevail.

The names of Joseph S. Buckles, George L. Sites, and Andrew J. Boone were withdrawn after the second ballot.

On motion, The Convention adjourned until to-morrow morning 9 o'clock.

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1850.

The Convention met pursuant to adjournment.

Edmund D. Taylor, a Delegate from the county of Laporte, appeared, produced his credentials, and being duly sworn by the Hon. Isaac Blackford, took his seat.

Mr. Borden introduced the following resolution :

Resolved, That Robert M. Evans, Horman G. Barkwell, and Geo. L. Sites be, and they are hereby appointed Assistant Seoretaries to this Convention.

Mr. Robinson moved to amend as follows:

“That in the opinion of this Convention, one Principal and one Assistant Secretary will be amply sufficient to discharge all the duties growing out of the action of the Convention; the Convention will now proceed to the election of one Assistant Secretary, and no more, who, together with the Principal Secretary elect, shall discharge the duties of Secretaries to this Convention.”

Mr. Steele moved to amend the amendment by adding“ Additional Secretaries if required."

Mr. Miller of Gibson, moved to lay the pending amendments on the table.

On which motion the ayes and noes were demanded by two gentlemen, which resulted as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alexander, Anthony, Bascom, Beach, Beeson, Berry, Bicknell, Borden, Bourne, Bowers, Bracken, Bright, Carr of Jackson, Carter, Chandler, Chapman, Chenowith, Cookerly, Davis of Park, Davis of Park and Vermillion, Dick, Dobson, Dunn of Perry, Duzan, Edmonston, Foley, Foster, Garvin, Gibson, Gootee, Graham of Miami, Graham of Warrick, Haddon, Holliday, Hamilton, Harbolt, Hardin, Helmer, Hendricks, Holman, Hovey, Howe, Huff, Johnson, Kelso, Kent, Kendall of White, Kinley, Lockhart, March, Mathes, May, McClelland, McFarland, McLean, Miller of Clinton, Miller of Gibson, Miller of Fulton, Milligan, Milroy, Mooney, Moore, Morrison of Marion, Mowrer, Murray, Nave, Newman, Niles, Nofsinger, Owen, Pepper of Ohio, Pettit, Rariden, Read of Clark, Read of Monroe, Ristine, Schoonover, Shannon, Sherrod, Shoup, Sims, Smiley, Snook, Smith of Ripley, Smith of Scott, Spann, Tague, Tannehill, Taylor, Trembly, Vanbenthusen, Wallace, Wheeler, Wiley, Wolf, Work, Wunderlich, Yocum, Zenor, and Mr. President-100.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Allen, Badger, Ballingall, Barbour, Beard, Biddle, Blythe, Brookbank, Bryant, Butler, Clark of Hamilton, Clark of Tippecanoe, Coats, Cole, Colfax, Crawford, Davis of Madison, Dunn of Jefferson, Farrow, Fisher, Frisbie, Gregg, Hawkins, Helm, Hitt, Hogin, Logan, Maguire, Mather, Morgan, Morrison of Washington, Pepper, of Crawford, Prather, Robinson, Steele, Stevenson, Terry, Thomas, Thornton, Todd, Walpole, and Watts-43.

So the pending amendments were laid upon the table.
Mr. Stevenson moved to amend as follows:

“That the Convention now proceed to elect two Assistant Secretaries."

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