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Pacific Railroad Convention.

--The Pacific Railroad Convention, which recently met at Chicago, adjourned on Thursday. It was decided on that day that books for subscription to the capital stock shall be opened on the 1st of November at Portland, Concord, Rutland, Boston, Providence, Hartford, Albany, Buffalo, New York, Trenton, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Wilmington, Baltimore, Washington, Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Wheeling, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Burlington, Dubuque, St. Louis, Leavenworth, Omaha, Denver, Salt Lake, Carson City, San Francisco, and Portland, Oregon, and remain open at least two weeks.

A resolution was unanimously adopted that the Board of Commissioners be instructed to petition Congress immediately upon assembling in December next to amend the Pacific Railroad act so that it shall read the capital stock of said company shall consist of a million of shares of one hundred dollars each, which shall be subscribed for and held in not more than two shares by any one person.--The delegates from Maryland to the convention were Thomas Swann, Chauncey Brooks, and Edward Wilkins, Esqs.

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