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The constitutional and additional rules of the South-Carolina Society

established at Charlestown in the said province, Sept. 1, 1737. Incorporated by an act of the General Assembly of the said province, passed the 17th day of May, 1752; which was finally ratified and confirmed by our most gracious sovereign, in council, on the 20th day of December, 1752

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      • Bristol B3272.Shipton & Mooney 42174.English short title catalogue W7046.

        StatementPrinted for the society, by Peter Timothy
        PublishersPrinted for the society, by Peter Timothy
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        LC Classifications1770
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        Paginationxvi, 86 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The amendment was subsequently ratified by Oregon, December 8, 1865; California, December 19, 1865; Florida, December 28, 1865 Florida again ratified on June 9, 1868, upon its adoption of a new constitution ; Iowa, January 15, 1866; New Jersey, January 23, 1866 after having rejected the amendment on March 16, 1865 ; Texas, February 18, 1870; Delaware, February 12, 1901 after having rejected the amendment on February 8, 1865 ; Kentucky, March 18, 1976 after having rejected it on February 24, 1865.

The constitutional and additional rules of the South

By the same token, the freemen had the right to property for the rest of the land, and any among them who owned more than fifty acres hadand any who had more than five-hundred acres of land had the right to be a member of Parliament. Those nobles were granted privileges such as being tried only in Chief Justice's Court and being found guilty by a jury of their peers. Thus, amendments in Wisconsin can be put on the ballot through or by a.

The date of September 25, 1789, is correct. 5 Key Compromises of the Constitutional Convention. Links open a new window — Not responsible for the content of any outside links•