Indiana Historical Collections, Volume 1; Volume 2, Part 1; Volume 3

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The Commission, 1916 - Indiana

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Contents

PART II
65
Favorable House Committee Report on Admission of Indiana
72
Notice of Election of Constitutional Delegates May 2 1816
78
Biennial Sessions Impeachments and Other Amendments
79
Obtaining Governors Opinion on Legal Effect of Vote Given
110
and 29 1816
126
Compensation of Officers of Convention June 28 1816
127
Official Election Notice in Knox County July 4 1816
129
Execution of Federal Laws in Indiana March 3 1817
132
PART III
137
Harrison County Bond January 3 1817
138
Calling a Constitutional Convention January 5 1820
139
Referendum on Method of VotingBy Ballot or Viva Voce December 23 1820
140
Referendum on Method of Voting December 7 1820
141
Protest Against Passage of House Bill Changing Method of Voting December 29 1821
142
Resolution of Condemnation December 29 1821
143
Calling a Constitutional Convention December 27 1821
144
Committee on Unconstitutional Laws January 13 1824
145
Bond Guaranteeing Location of State Capitol January 18 1825
146
Removal of Public Officers Biennial Sessions of General Assem bly Revision of Constitution by Parts Constituting Members of General Assembly Co...
147
Calling a Constitutional Convention December 14 1826
148
Calling a Constitutional Convention December 13 1827
149
Calling a Constitutional Convention January 14 1828
150
Discontinuance of Annual Sessions of the General Assembly January 10 1829
151
Biennial Sessions of General Assembly Biennial Election of Senators and Representatives and Impeachment Trials January 10 1829
152
Impeachments and Biennial Sessions December 22 1829
153
Revision of the Constitution January 23 1830
154

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