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" that if a majority of five to four at least of the votes returned are in favor of said District's becoming an independent State aforesaid, then and not otherwise, said convention shall proceed to form a constitution, as is provided in this act. "
Collections of the Pejepscot Historical Society - Page 16
1889 - 157 pages
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Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court

Massachusetts - Session laws - 1819
...a Convention, which was also instituted by said act ; and if it appeared to said Convention, " That a majority of five to four at least, of the votes returned, are in favor of said District's becoming an Independent State aforesaid, then, and, not otherwise,...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Issues 71-75

American Antiquarian Society - United States - 1878
...certificate of votes to be returned to the convention, and if it shall appear to said convention that a majority of five to four, at least, of the votes returned, are in favor of said District becoming an independent State upon the terms and conditions set forth...
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Quarterly Publications of the American Statistical Association, Volume 12

Statistics - 1912
...become an independent State?" The Act further reads: "And if it shall appear to said Convention that a majority of five to four at least of the votes returned are in favor of said District's becoming an independent State, then and not otherwise, said Convention...
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History of Kennebunk from its earliest settlement to 1890.

Daniel Remich. - 1911
...hundred and nine; and that the majority of yeas as aforesaid is to the majority of nays as aforesaid a majority of five to four, at least, of the votes returned." This is the famous "Brunswick arithmetic." The report closed with recommending the adoption of a resolution...
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Journal of the American Statistical Association, Volume 12

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1912
...become an independent State?" The Act further reads: "And if it shall appear to said Convention that a majority of five to four at least of the votes returned are in favor of said District's becoming an independent State, then and not otherwise, said Convention...
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Maine: A History, Volume 1

Louis Clinton Hatch - Maine - 1919
...which should assemble on September 30, organize and count the votes. It was further provided "that if a majority of five to four at least of the votes returned are in favor of said Districts becoming an independent State aforesaid, then, and not otherwise, said...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 43

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1910
...count the votes expressive of the people's wishes, " and if it shall appear to said convention that a majority of five to four at least of the votes returned are in favor of said District's becoming an independent State, then and not otherwise said convention...
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A History of the Law, the Courts, and the Lawyers of Maine: From Its First ...

William Willis - History - 2006 - 712 pages
...into an independent State, we find that the convention is authorized to form a constitution, provided a majority of five to four, at least, of the votes returned, are in favor of the measure. The meaning of the word majority is doubtful. This word is sometimes understood...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 11

United States - 1817
...only. Hence, it appears, that upon this construction of the act, there is a majority of Jive tofmr at least of the votes returned in favor of the said...independent state. Your committee are aware that it has been tlie popular construction that ▀ve-niniha of the votes returned are necessary. But they apprehend...
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weekly register

h. niles - 1817
...separation is 4,409 And that the majority of yeas as aforesaid, is to the majority of nays as aforesaid, a. majority of five to four, at least, of the votes returned. Xeiohied, That a committee of five be appointed to make applicatien to the legislature of Massachusetts...
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