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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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                                                1832.                                            55.




State of Maryland, Towit:

                On the First Wednesday in December, the Fifth
day of the said Month, in the year one Thousand Eight Hundred and
Thirty two; being the day appointed by the Constitution and Laws of the
United States of America, on which the Electors of President and Vice
President of the United States are directed to assemble and perform
the trust reposed in them, there appeared in the Senate Chambers, in
the City of Annapolis being the place provided by law for the meeting
of the said Electors, the following Gentlemen, who had been proclaimed
by the Executive Authority of the State of Maryland as duly elected
Electors of President and Vice President of the United States of America,
in and for the said State of Maryland, towit:

            For the First District,            William B. Tyler, and
                                                        William Price, Esquires;
            For the Second District,        Upton S. Heath, and
                                                        William Frick, Esquires;
            For the Third District,            John Spear Smith, Esquire;
            For the Fourth District,          John N. Steele, Robert H. Goldsborough
                                                        and Albert Constable, Esquires.

    Joseph Kent and Gerard N. Cousin Esquires, who had also been proclaimed,
by the Executive Authority of the State of Maryland, as duly
elected from the First District, Electors of President and Vice President
of the United States of America, in and for the said State of Maryland
were prevented from attending by ill health, and did
not appear.
            On motion of Mr. Heath, the Electors proceeded to organise,
when,
        The Honorable Robert H. Goldsborough was chosen President
and for H. Nicholson, Secretary.
        Mr. Andrew Slein was appointed Messenger and Mr.
Samuel Peace Door Keeper.
        The Electors then proceeded to ballot for President and Vice
President of the United States of America in conformity with the
requirements of the Constitution and Laws of the United States of America.


 
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