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PURCHASED BY ORDER OF CONGRESS;
HIS CORRESPONDENCE AND REPORTS OF DEBATES DURING
THE CONGRESS OF THE CONFEDERATION
HIS REPORTS OF DEBATES
NOW PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS, DEPOS-
UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE
HENRY D. GILPIN.
LANG TREE & O'SULLIVAN.
us 4604.5 B
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
OST 26 1927
Entered, according to Act of Congress, by Langtree & O'Sullivan, in the
Clerk's Office of the District of Columbia.
OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
ment; and article second, dividing into a Supreme Legislative, Ex-
Article third, dividing the Legislature into two distinct bodies,
Article fourth, relative to the House of Representatives—Motion
to confine the rights of Electors to freeholders--Disagreed to.
- Motion to require seven years citizenship in members Agreed
the exclusive power over money bills-Agreed to.
ceedings of the Legislature-Motion to strike out the right of the
to establish a qualification of its members—Agreed to-Motion to
of the Senate to its Legislative business—Agreed to.
ings of the Legislature, resumed-Motion to except from publica-
require secrecy-Agreed to.
seven years' citizenship in Senators instead of nine-Disagreed to.
Article fourth, relative to the House of Representatives, resumed