hmond, Hubbard of Ohio, Gregory of King William, Coffman of Rockingham, and Sheffey of Smythe.
Mr. Montague, of Middlesex, in the Chair.
Report from the Committee on elections.
Mr. Haymond, from the Committee on Elections, submitted a report embodying "a list of the persons who seem to have been elected to the Convention, and the certificates of such election." The Committee add: John D. Sharp is elected from the county of Lee, but his seat in the Convention is contested by M. B. D. Lane, of said county of Lee, and his petition and notice of contest has been referred to the Committee for examination and decision, which contest has not yet been finally acted upon by the Committee.
The Committee therefore report that the said John D. Sharp, having the official return of election for said county of Lee, is prima facie entitled to occupy a seat in the Convention, until otherwise ordered by the Convention, on the final decision of said contest.
The report was laid on th