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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,
MANCHESTER, N. H.:
CONCORD, N. H., January 2, 1889. The delegates of the Constitutional Convention assembled in the hall of the House of Representatives on Wednesday, January 2, 1889, at 11 o'clock A. M., and were called to order by John W. Morse of Bradford.
On motion of John D. Lyman of Exeter, G. W. M. Pitman of Bartlett was chosen temporary chairman.
On motion of G. C. Gilmore of Manchester, A. W. Baker of Lebanon was chosen temporary secretary.
On motion of Luther P. Durgin of Concord, Rev. James Thurston of Dover was called upon to open the convention with prayer.
On motion of W. S. Davis of Hopkinton,
Resolved, 'That a committee consisting of two delegates from each county be appointed by the chair to inquire who are elected delegates to this convention.
The following-named gentlemen were appointed as such committee :
John Hatch of Greenland.