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with necessary equipments.
This at the time when, in the language of the day, every cartridge was worth a dollar.
But her visit and her errand lighted the greatest enthusiasm among her fellow countrymen.
The constitutional convention of North Carolina was then in session.
It was the most illustrious body of Carolinians that ever assembled.
The members of it called a meeting at night in the capitol, under the leadership of Hon. Weldon H. Edwards, president of the convention, Chief Justice Thomas Ruffin of the supreme court of the State, her father, Judge Saunders, and others.
The meeting was held in the hall of the house of commons, was presided over by ex-Gov. Thomas S. Reid and was attended with great enthusiasm.
The cause of the Marylanders was espoused with ardor, the meeting making a liberal contribution of money on the spot.
Hon. Kenneth Raynor, ex-member of Congress, addressing the meeting, said:
If great events produce great men—so in the scene before us we have pr