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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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                                                1824.                                            43.

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

                        We the undersigned, 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 the First
Wednesday in December, in the year of the Lord one Thousand
Eight Hundred and Twenty four, are met at the City of Annapolis, the
place where by the Law of the State of Maryland, the Electors of President
and Vice President of the United States, on the part of the State
of Maryland, are directed to meet to perform the trust reposed in
them, and that we 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 of the United States of America.
On the examination of the ballots it appeared that
                        Andrew Jackson, of the State of Tennessee, had seven
votes, as President of the United States of America.
                        That
                        John Quincy Adams, of the State of Massachusetts, had three
votes, as President of the United States of America. And
                        That
                        William H. Crawford, of the State of Georgia had one vote
as President of the United States of America.  And
                        That
                        John C. Calhoun, of the State of South Carolina had ten
votes, as the President of the United States of America.  And
                        That
                        Andrew Jackson of the State of Tennessee, had one
vote as Vice President of the United States of America.
                        The said persons are, therefore returned by us, the Electors of
the State of Maryland, as having obtained the aforesaid number of
votes.
                        The Evidence of the Authority, under which the undersigned
have acted, is hereto annexed; being one of the lists of the names of the
Electors of the said State, made certified and delivered to us by the
Executive Authority of the said State on the first Wednesday of December
aforesaid.
                        Done at the City of Annapolis, on the first Wednesday in
December, being the first day of the said Month, in the year of the
Lord one Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty four.  In Witness




 
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