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Ratification of the Constitution by the states. Microform supplement: Delaware
([1978])

Act altering the place of election in Sussex County and calling a new election, 9-10 November 1787,   pp. 172-175


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the Council of this State, for the ensuing Year, and then
and there also choose the Ten Deputies for the said
County of Sussex to serve in a State-Convention, so as
aforesaid recommended, for the Purpose of deliberating and
determining on the Constitution aforesaid; which said
Elections for the County of Sussex shall be respectively
held and made on the said Day and at the Place aforesaid
in the Manner heretofore used in the Election of the
General Assembly of this State, under the present Laws
and Constitution thereof, except as to the Place of
Election in the County of Sussex.
And to prevent any Doubts which might be made
respecting the Form of the Writs which may be issued by
the Order of the respective Houses of this General
Assembly, and the Time in which the same ought to be
carried into Execution after Delivery,
Be it enacted, that it shall and may be lawful to and
for the respective Houses of this General Assembly, to
direct Writs of Election for supplying the Vacancies
in each House in the Representation from Sussex County,
specifying as well the Time as the Place herein before
appointed for the holding such Election; and the Sheriff,
or other returning Officer or Officers, for the said


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