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Proceedings of the Electors of President and Vice-President of the United States in Maryland, 1789-1980
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                                                1804.                                        23.

State of Maryland, Towit:

                We the undersigned, the Electors, appointed by the State
of Maryland, to choose the President and Vice President of the United
States of America, do hereby certify and declare that on the fifth
day of December Instant the same being the first Wednesday of the
Month, we met at the City of Annapolis, the place appointed by the Laws
of Maryland for the meeting of the Electors of President and Vice President
of the United States, aforesaid, and were then and there furnished
by the Execution of the State of Maryland with a transcript of the
notification made to them by the Secretary of State for the United States
of the ratification of the amendment to the Constitution of the United
States at the first Session of the Eighth Congress of the United States begun
and held at the City of Washington, in the Territory of Columbia, on
Monday the Seventeenth day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen
Hundred and Three, and that we did then and there agreeably to
the Constitution of the United States, as amended, and of the ACt of Congress
entitled " An Act relative to the election of a President and Vice President
of the United States, and declaring the officers who shall act as
President in case of vacancies in the offices both of President and Vice
President," and of the Supplementary Act thereto vote, by separate
and distinct ballots for one person as President and for one person
as Vice President of the United States of America; and did by our
ballots designate the person voted for as President and the person voted
for as Vice President, as aforesaid; and on examination of the ballot
it appeared that
                    Thomas Jefferson, of Monticello, in the State of Virginia
had Nine votes, as President of the United States of America;
            And
                    Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, of the State of South
Carolina had Two votes as President of the United States of America;
            That
                    George Clinton, late Governor of the State of New York
had Nine votes as Vice President of the United States of America;
            And that
                    Rufus King, of the State of New York had two votes
as Vice President of the United States of America.
                    In Testimony whereof we have at the City of Annapolis,


 
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