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- Resolved, That this house will to-morrow again:re. solve itself into a committee of the whole house to consider of the state of the American upion. ;.

And then the house adjourned till to-morrow at 10 o'clock, A. M. sors

SATURDAY, JUNE 2; 1787. The honourable William Samuel Johnson, Esq. a deputy of the state of Connecticut, and the honourable Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, a deputy of the state of Maryland, and the honourable John Lansing, jun, a deputy from the state of New York, attended and took their seats.

The following credentials were produced and read. [See pp. 20, 22, 34.] duo quid 10 ) YAL

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.

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IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE HOUSE. Mr. Gorbam in the chair. '

It was moved and seconded to postpone the further consideration of the resolution submitted by Mr. Randolph, which respects the executive, in order to take up the consideration of the resolution respecting the second branch of the legislature.

And on the question to postpone,
It passed in the negative.
YEAS–New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland 3

NAYS-Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia 7

It was then moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of these words, namely,

“ To be chosen by the national legislature," in or der to take up the following resolution submitted by Mr. Wilson, namely,

“Resolved, That the executive magistracy shall be selected in manner following: . .

“ That the states be divided into districts; "and that the persons qualified to vote in each district «elect members for their respective districts to "ibe electors of the executive magistracy.

“ That the electors of the executive magistracy meet; 66 and they or any of them shall elect by ballot, but not s out of their own body, person in whom "the executive authority of the national government « shall be vested.”

And on the question lo postpone,
It passed in the negative.
Yeas—Pennsylvania, Maryland - - 2

Nays-Massachuseits, Connecticut, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia 7

DivideD-New York . .

It was then moved and seconded to agree to the words in the resolution, submitted by Mr. Randolph, so as to read, “ to be chosen by the national legisla“ture for the term of seven years." .

And on the question to agree to these words,
It passed in the affirmative. ..

Yeas-Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia - ." . .:;' 8

Nays Pennsylvania, Maryland ...7.2
It was then moved and seconded, to postpone the

consideration of that part of the resolution, as submitted by Mr. Randolph, whicb respects the stipend of the executive, in order to introduce the following mo. tion made by Dr. Franklin, namely,

"Whose necessary expenses shall be defrayed, but hs who shall receive no salary, stipend, fee, or reward " whatsoever, for their services."

And on the question to postpone,
It passed in the affirmative. no

It was then moved and seconded to postpone the consideration of the said motion offered by Dr. Franklin. .. ...is ; ;. 15. And on the question to postpone, , , , ,

It passed in the affirmative. to It was then moved by Mr. Dickinson, seconded by Mr. Bedford, to amend the resolution before the committee, by adding, after the words "to be chosen by of the national legislature for the term of seven years," the following words : ? Protiv ...,

"To be removable by the national legislatore opon “ request by a majority of the legislatures of the in"dividual states."

It was moved and seconded to strike out the words « opon request by a majority of the legislatures of the ** individual states."

On the question to strike out, It passed in the negative." Yeas—Connecticut, South Carolina, Georgia 3 Nays-Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina 7 · The question being taken to agree to the amendment offered by Mr. Dickinson, foraje y para este o piston · It passed in the negative,

YEA-Delaware .!. . . . 1

NAYsMassachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia i. : - .*" : 9

The question being then taken on the words contained in the resolution submitted by Mr. Randolph, namely,

"To be ineligible a second time,” '', Jon It passed in the affirmative. . . . . .

YEAS-Massachusetts, New York, Delaware, Mary. land, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia • • • • • • • • • • 8

Nar-Connecticut : . . . . 1 DIVIDED-Pennsylvania . . .'. - 1

It was then moved by Mr. Williamson, seconded by Mr. Davie, to add the following words to the last clause of the resolution respecting the executive, namely,

" And to be removable on impeachment and convic“ tion of mal practice, or neglect of duty."

On the motion to add the words,
It passed in the affirmative.

It was then moved by Mr. Rutledge, seconded by Mr. C Pinckney, to fill up the blank after the words se executive to consist of” with the words "one per is son."

It was then moved and seconded, to postpone the consideration of the last motion.

And on the question to postpone,
It passed in the affirmative. ..;--- ;

YEAS-Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Geongia .....6

Nays-Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginja - ......

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IN THE HOUSE. Mr. President resumed the chair. tigulani 9d T. Mr. Gorham reported, from the committee, - That the committee had made a further progress in the matter to them referred ; and had directed him to move that they may have leave to sit again. .

Resolved, That this house will on Monday again resolve itself into a committee of the whole house to consider of the state of the American union. 3 And then the house adjourned till Monday next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. als g21993 was bue nad3699 na ald.somsToSD 3 MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1787.

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