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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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    1812.            31.


    To the Honorable,
                The President of the Senate of the United States of America.

                The Subscribers, the Electors duly appointed by the State of Maryland,
to elect the President and Vice President of the United
States of America do hereby certify that on Wednesday, the second
day of December Inst. they met at the City of Annapolis, the place designated
by the Law of the State of Maryland for the Election of President
and Vice President of the United States, on the part of the State
of Maryland, to meet to perform the trust reposed in them and
that they did then and there, vote by district ballots, on which were
named the person voted for as President and the person voted for
as Vice President; on the examination of the ballots it appeared
that James Madison of the State of Virginia as President of the
United States of America had six votes, and that De Witt Clinton,
of the State of New York, as President of the United States of America
had five votes; that Elbridge Grey of the State of Massachusetts as
Vice President of the United States of America had six votes, and that
Iand Ingersoll, of the State of Pennsylvania as Vice President of the
United States of America had five votes; the said persons are
therefore returned by the Electors of the State of Maryland as having
obtained the aforesaid number of votes.
                    The evidence of the Authority under which the Subscribers have
acted is hereto annexed.
                    Done at the City of Annapolis on Wednesday the second
day of December in the year of our Lord one Thousand, Eight Hundred
and Twelve.
                    In witness whereof we have hereunto set our Hands
                                                                        Harry H. Chapman,
                                                                        Edward Henry Calvert,
                                                                        Edwd. Johnson,
                                                                        John Stephen,
                                                                        Henry Williams,
                                                                        Daniel Rentek,
                                                                        Tobias E. Stansbury,
                                                                        Thos. W. Beasey,
                                                                        Tho. Worrell,
                                                                        Edw. Lloyd,
                                                                        Littleton Dennis.




 
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