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first section of the proposed amended Convention. Mr. Stuart moved to amend the twenty-third section of article IV., by striking out in clause requiring the application of an moiety of the capitation tax upon white persons to the purposes of education in primary and free schools. Agreed to — ayes 55, nays 43. Taxation. The twenty-fourth section was passed by, at the present, on motion of Mr. Sutherland who desired time to prepare amendments. Loans to Corporations. Mr. Morris moved to amend the 27th section as to provide that the General Assembly shall not make a loan to any company corporation. Rejected — ayes 29, nays 73. The sinking fund. Mr. Haymond moved to amend the 28th section, which requires that there shall be set apart annually a sinking fund, by substituting the word may. Rejected — ayes 0, nays New counties. Mr. Haymond moved to amend the 33d section which provides that no new county will be formed with an area less than six hun<