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" Neither the whole or a part of one county shall be joined to the whole or a part of another county to form a district, and no town shall be divided, unless for the purpose of forming more than one district wholly within such town, and each county shall... "
Acts and Laws of the State of Connecticut - Page 139
by Connecticut - 1876
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of ..., Volume 13; Volume 1873

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1874
...composed of contiguous territory, and in forming them no town shall be divided — and in forming them neither the whole nor part of one county shall be...whole or part of another county to form a district — regard being had to the population in said apportionment, and in forming said districts in Rnch...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1874
...composed of contiguous territory, and in forming them no town shall be divided—and in forming; them neither the whole nor part of one county shall be...whole or part of another county to form a district —regard being had to the population in said apportionment, and in forming said districts in such...
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The Three Constitutions of Connecticut, 1638-9, 1662, 1818: Messages of the ...

Charles Jeremy Hoadly, Connecticut. Office of the State Comptroller - Connecticut - 1901 - 128 pages
...districts shall not be less than twenty-four nor more than thirty-six, and each district shall elect only one senator. The districts shall always be composed...nearly equal as possible under the limitations of this section. Neither the whole or a part of one county shall be joined to the whole or a part of another...
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Register and Manual - State of Connecticut

Connecticut. Secretary of the State - Connecticut - 1902
...districts shall not be less than twenty-four nor more than thirty-six, and each district shall elect only one Senator. The districts shall always be composed...the limitations of this amendment. Neither the whole or a part of one county shall be joined to the whole or a part of another county to form a district,...
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Revision of the Connecticut Constitution

Connecticut, George M. Clark - Constitutional history - 1902 - 16 pages
...districts, as hereinafter provided, and each district shall elect only one Senator. The districts shall be composed of contiguous territory, and in forming...the limitations of this amendment. Neither the whole or a part of one county shall be joined to the whole or a part of another county to form a district,...
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Journal of the Constitutional Convention of Connecticut, 1902

Connecticut. Constitutional Convention - Connecticut - 1902 - 493 pages
...this constitution, shall divide the state into forty-five districts for the choice of senators, which districts shall always be composed of contiguous territory...in forming them regard shall be had to population, so that the districts shall be in that respect as nearly equal as possible under the limitations of...
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The Budget Report of the State Board of Finance and ..., Volume 1, Part 1

Connecticut. Board of Finance and Control - Budget - 1903
...districts shall not be less than twenty-four nor more than thirty-six, and each district shall elect only one Senator. The districts shall always be composed...the limitations of this amendment. Neither the whole or a part of one county shall be joined to the whole or a part of another county to form a district,...
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Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Connecticut

Connecticut. General Assembly. House of Representatives - Connecticut - 1903
...districts shall be not less than thirty-six nor more than seventy-two, and each district shall elect only one Senator. The districts shall always be composed...the limitations of this amendment. Neither the whole or a part of one county shall be joined to the whole or a part of another county to form a district,...
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Taylor's legislative history and souvenir of Connecticut

William Harrison Taylor - Connecticut - 1903
...this Constitution, shall divide the State into forty-five districts for the choice of senators, which districts shall always be composed of contiguous territory;...in forming them regard shall be had to population, so that the districts shall be in that respect as nearly equal as possible under the limitations of...
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The Federal and State Constitutions, Colonial Charters, and Other Organic ...

Francis Newton Thorpe - Charters - 1909
...districts shall not be less than twenty-four nor more than thirty-six, and each district shall elect only one Senator. The districts shall always be composed...shall be had to population in the several districts, (hat the same may be as nearly equal as possible under the limitations of this amendment. Neither the...
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