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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 4: seditious movements in Congress.--Secession in South Carolina, and its effects. (search)
.Merrick E. Carn.Richard De Treville.Samuel Taylor Atkinson. John L. Manning.Thos. Wier.E. R. Henderson.Thomas M. Hanckel.Alex. M. Forster. John I. Ingram.H. I. Caughman.Peter Stokes.A. W. Burnet.Wm. Blackburn Wilson. Edgar W. Charles.John C. Geiger.Daniel Flud.Thomas Y. Simons.Robert T. Allison. Julius A. Dargan.Paul Quattlebaum.David C. Appleby.Artemas T. Darby.Samuel Rainey. Isaac D. Wilson.W. B. Rowell.R. W. Barnwell.L. W. Spratt.A. Baxter Springs. John M. Timmons.Chesley D. Evans.Jos. Dan'l Pope.Williams Middleton.A. I. Barron. Francis Hugh Wardlaw.Wm. W. Harllee.C. P. Brown.F. D. Richardson.  Attest, Benjamin F. Arthur, Clerk of the Convention. the President of the Convention (Jamison) stepped forward, exhibited the instrument to the people, read it, and then said, The Ordinance of Secession has been signed and ratified, and I proclaim the State of South Carolina an Independent Commonwealth. He then handed it to the Secretary of State, to be placed for preservation