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ourt, said the resolution said nothing about the mode of election. Mr. Collier said there were citizens in the unrepresented districts not in the camps, and there was no provision under the ordinance of the Convention authorizing these citizens to vote out of camps. Several members suggested that Mr. C. had better examine the ordinance. Mr. Collier said that as none who ought to be informed seemed to know anything about the question, he would withdraw his opposition to the measure. Mr. Grattan moved to amend by providing that said elections be held at the place of voting in the manner and under the forms now prescribed by law and the Constitution. A division was called for, but a quorum was not present. A motion was made to adjourn, but was defeated, a division being ordered. The House was rapidly coming to a dead lock, when a call was demanded, which being refused, a motion was made and the House adjourned to meet on the 6th day of January, 1862.