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Mr. Mason of N.H. submitted the following motion for consideration
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The motion of Mr. Martin & Mr. Gerry was disagreed to nem. con. Mr. MASON moved as an additional power "to make laws for the regulation and discipline of the militia of the several States reserving to the States the appointment of the officers." He considered uniformity as necessary in the regulation of the Militia throughout the Union. Mr. Rutlidge remarked on the length of the Session, the probable impatience of the public and the extreme anxiety of many members of the Convention to bring the business to an end; concluding with a motion that the Convention meet henceforward, precisely at 10 oC. A. M. and that precisely at 4 oC. P. M., the President adjourn the House without.
[May] —(pa. 38 to 47) Mr Sherman attended. In Comee of the whole—Mr Rs 1. res. was on his motion postponed. to consider three others introduced by him—the two first asserting the inefficiency of the federal & the 3d the necessity for a national & supreme govt. The latter after some discussion was resolved after debating the 2. res. on the right of suffrage it was postponed—. The following credential was produced and read (here insert Mr Houstoun’s credential) The Order of the day being read, The House resolved itself into a Committee of the whole House to consider of the State of the American Union—Mr President left the Chair. Mr Gorham took the Chair of the Committee Mr President resumed the Chair.
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; 22 cm. Ramer moved, Mr. Mason seconded, a motion to approve the four submitted amendments to the BET Reference Book Mr. Mason stressed the significance of the current process needed to add an agenda item. Four members of the BET, must submit the request to the Chair ten days prior to the meeting date.
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The presentation included a written report on USAC management’s recommendations for USAC’s common and consolidated 3rd quarter budgets for the May 1, FCC filing. On a motion duly made and seconded and after discussion, the Board adopted the following resolutions: RESOLVED.
The〉 mode of appointg ye Executive 〈was〉 resumed. Wilson made the following motion, 〈to be substituted for the mode proposed by Mr.
Randolph’s resolution.〉 “that the Executive Magistracy shall be 〈elected〉 in the following manner: 〈That〉 the States be divided into districts: 〈& that〉 the persons qualified 〈to vote in each〉 district for members of the first.
Monday, August 20 IN CONVENTION. PINKNEY submitted to the House, in order to be referred to the Committee of detail, the following propositions- “Each House shall be the Judge of its own privileges, and shall have authority to punish by imprisonment every person violating the same; or who, in the place where the Legislature may be sitting and during the time of its Session, shall.
Mason moved for a new trial, the trial court denied the motion, and Mason appealed. Mason’s trial counsel failed to file a timely brief in this Court, and Mason’s initial appeal was therefore.
(Mr. Pinkney submitted to the House, in order to be referred to the Committee of detail, the following propositions — "Each House shall be the Judge of its own privileges, and shall have authority to punish by imprisonment every person violating the same; or who, in the place where the Legislature may be sitting and during the time of its Session.
Mr. Ramer presented additional changes for the BET's consideration and vote: Upon motion made by Mr. Ramer, seconded by Mr. Mason, the Board voted to approve the previously-distributed changes submitted by the Policy & Procedures Committee for the Policy & Procedure Reference Book.
Motion carried. Upon a motion by Mr. Ramer, seconded by. It was moved & seconded that the Committee proceed to the consideration of the following resolution (submitted by Mr Randolph) namely “Resolved that the national legislature ought to consist of two branches.”— page 46 And on the question to agree to the said resolution it .The daily union.
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