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Fellow citizens. : the 2d section of the 1st article of the Constitution of the United States ... having secured to the several states, (as states) the sovereign power of prescribing to its own electors of the most numerous branch of their respective legislatures, such qualifications as they, respectively, should think right and expedient ... Preview this item
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Fellow citizens. : the 2d section of the 1st article of the Constitution of the United States ... having secured to the several states, (as states) the sovereign power of prescribing to its own electors of the most numerous branch of their respective legislatures, such qualifications as they, respectively, should think right and expedient ...

Author: Another citizen.; Thomas McKean
Publisher: [Carlisle, Pa.] : [Printed by George Kline], [1798]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Another citizen.; Thomas McKean
OCLC Number: 62824229
Notes: Includes answers to questions concerning qualifications and restrictions of voters, signed: Thomas M'Kean.
Signed: Another citizen. Carlisle, September 29th, 1798.
Ascribed to the press of George Kline by Evans.
Text in two columns.
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages))

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