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Constitution of the State of New Hampshire: January 5, 1776 (United States [us])

Constitution of New Hampshire

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In Congress at Exeter Jan’y 5th 1776 Voted That this Congress Take up Civil Government for this Colony in the manner & Form Following Viz— We the Members of the Congress of New Hampshire Chosen and Appointed by the Free Suffrages of the People of Said Colony,—and—Authorized and Impowered by them to meet together, and use Such means and Pursue Such Measures as we Should Judge best for the Public Good; And in Particular to Establish Some Form of Government, Provided that Measure Should be recommended by the Continental Congress: And a Recommendation to that Purpose...
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