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Joint Comm. on Boston Vote Returns. Report, 1834
Senate No. 3 A Committee of both houses examined the votes on the Constitutional amendment. It rejected the votes of fifteen towns for various
irregularities. 32,234 voted for, 3,272 voted against, so the Amendment passed as the 11th Article of Amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth,
replacing Article 3. The text was included: people could enter or leave any religious organization, all religious organizations were equal before
the law, and the law would never subordinate any sect to another. This effectively did away with a state church. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of
title originally held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   The Committee of both Houses, to whom were referred the returns of votes from the City of Boston, and the several towns and districts of the Commonwealth, upon the proposed article of amendment of the Constitution, which was submitted to the people for their adoption and ratification, or rejection, pursuant to the provisions of a resolve of the eighteenth of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty three, have attended to the duty assigned them, and ask leave to report ...
OCLC Number:   1399136279
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