North Carolina Convention Committee Report to the General Assembly published in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1816. The committee addressed issues such as the new counties that were added since the 1776 state constitution and the short terms and low age requirements of representatives. The report resolved that the free men of the state should vote regarding whether or not to have a convention.
A.D. Murphey, chairman.
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Print version: North Carolina. General Assembly. Report of the convention committee to the legislature of North-Carolina, 1816. Raleigh [N.C.] : Printed by Tho. Henderson, Jun., State Printer, 1816