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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Moore, Timothy D. (Historian); Lannér-Cusin, Johanna E.; Schoenleber, Charles H.; Reid, Jonathan M.; Flamingo, Margaret R.; Fields, David P. (ed.) / Ratification of the Constitution by the states: Maryland (1)
11 (2015)

Maryland chronology, 1632-1789,   pp. lxxvi-lxxviii


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MARYLAND CHRONOLOGY, 1632-1789
21 January            General Assembly passes bill providing that Impost of 1781
goes into effect with adoption by twelve states
28 March              Mount Vernon Compact signed by Virginia and Maryland
commissioners
23 November           General Assembly approves Mount Vernon Compact
22 December           House of Delegates passes paper-money bill
26 December           Senate unanimously rejects paper-money bill
1786
11 March              General Assembly adopts Impost of 1783 when twelve states
comply
11 March              General Assembly adopts supplemental funds when twelve
states comply
12 June               Charles County riot against lawyer trying to collect a debt due
a British creditor
11-14 September       Annapolis Convention (no Maryland commissioners appointed)
15 December           House of Delegates passes paper-money bill
30 December           Senate unanimously rejects paper-money bill
1787
1 January             House of Delegates passes debtor relief bill ("truck-bill")
6 January             Senate unanimously rejects debtor relief bill
May                   House of Delegates and Senate fail to agree on installment
bill
11 May                General Assembly makes Treaty of Peace law of the land
26 May                Maryland names delegates to Constitutional Convention
22 September          Constitution first printed in Maryland
29 November           Maryland's delegates to the Constitutional Convention report
in House of Delegates
1 December            General Assembly calls state convention
28 December           Genuine Information I published in the Baltimore Maryland
Gazette
1788
31 January            Pamphlet by "Aristides" published
7-10 April            Maryland election of state convention delegates
12 April              Publication of Genuine Information as pamphlet in Philadelphia
21-29 April           Maryland Convention meets in Annapolis
26 April              Maryland Convention ratifies Constitution, 63 to 11
28 April              Maryland Convention signs Form of Ratification
1 May                 Baltimore procession celebrates Maryland ratification
23 December           General Assembly offers ten miles square for federal capital
1789
25 November           House of Delegates passes bill to ratify twelve amendments to
Constitution
30 November           Senate passes bill to ratify twelve amendments to Constitution
17 December           House of Delegates assents to act ratifying twelve amendments
to Constitution
19 December           Senate assents to act ratifying twelve amendments to
Constitution
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