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United States of America, Maryland:
Constitution (1776)
Failed Amendment of 1830 (1 of 2)
Horst Dippel, University of Kassel, Germany

Title of original document:An Act to abolish all and every such parts of the Constitution and Form of Government of this State as relate to the appointment of the Offices of Register of Wills and Clerks of the County Courts of this State
Subject:United States of America -- Maryland (State) -- Constitutional Amendment -- 1830
Source:Laws Made and Passed by the General Assembly of the State of Maryland, At a Session of the said Assembly, which was begun and held in the State House, at the city of Annapolis, in the county of Anne-Arundel, on the last Monday of December, (to wit, the twenty-seventh day of the month,) A.D. 1830, pursuant to the Constitution and Form of Government of the said State, and concluded on Thursday the twenty-fourth day of February, A.D. 1831, in the 55th year of the Independence of the United States of America. Published by Authority, Annapolis : J. Green, 1831, ch. 34, p. 33.
Document courtesy of:Archives of Maryland Online, Maryland State Archives
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