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United States of America, Maryland:
Constitution (1776)
Amendment of 1810 (1 of 5)
Horst Dippel, University of Kassel, Germany

Title of original document:An Act to alter and abolish all that part of the Constitution which permits certain Citizens of Annapolis to vote for Delegates for Anne-Arundel County
Subject:United States of America -- Maryland (State) -- Constitutional Amendment -- 1810
Source:Laws of Maryland, Made and Passed at a Session of Assembly, Begun and Held at the City of Annapolis on Monday the Sixth of November, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Nine. Published by Authority, Annapolis : Frederick Green, Printer to the State, [1810?], ch. 38.
Document courtesy of:Archives of Maryland Online, Maryland State Archives
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