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THE CONVENTION OF THE PEOPLE
STATE OF INDIANA,
AMEND THE CONSTITUTION.
ASSEMBLED AT INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER, 1850.
CONVENTION OF THE PEOPLE OF INDIANA,
Begun and held at the Capitol, in the City of Indianapolis, on Monday,
the seventh day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty; being the time and place fixed for it to meet by an Act of the General Assembly entitled, “ An Act to provide for the Call of a Convention of the People of the State of Indiana, to revise, amend, or alter the Constitution of said State."
The Convention having been called to order by the Hon. CHARLES H. Test, Sesretary of State, who was in attendance in obedience to the aforesaid act for that purpose, the following named Delegates appeared, produced their credentials, and, being duly sworn by the Hon. ISAAC BLACKFORD, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Indiana, as required by law, took their seats, viz.:
FROM THE DISTRICTS OF
Allen, Adams, and Wells-James W. Borden;
Cass and Howard--George A. Gordon;
FROM THE COUNTIES OF
Clark-James G. Read, Thomas W. Gibson, and Jacob Fisher;
Dearborn-William S. Holman, Johnson Watts, and John D. Johnson ;
Decatur–James B. Foley and Joseph Robinson; Delware-David Kilgore; Dubois–Benjamin R. Edmonston; Elkhart-Walter E. Beach; Fayette-Ross Smiley and William W. Thomas; Floyd-Phineas M. Kent and Henry P. Thornton; Fountain-Joseph Coats and Joseph Ristine; Franklin-George Berry, Spencer Wiley, and George G. Shoup; Gibson-Samuel Hall; Grant-Benoni C. Hogin ; Green, Thomas Butler ; Hamilton-Albert Cole and Haymond W. Clark ; Hancock--George Tague ; Harrison-John Zenor and John Mathes; Hendricks---Henry G. Todd and Christian C. Nave; Henry—Isaac Kinley, Daniel Mowrer, and Geo. H. Ballingall; Jackson-Samuel P. Mooney;
Jefferson--Milton Gregg, Michael G. Bright, and William M. Dunn;
Jennings--John L. Spann;
Marion--Alexander F. Morrison, David Wallace, Douglass Ma guire, and Jacob P. Chapman;