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1732, On the election of 1732
A two page article authored by "M.B." and printed in New York in 1732 regarding the wisdom of having annual or triennial elections for the General
Assembly. The writer endorsed the idea that the governor should call for elections, since regular elections would guarantee that the representatives
are faithful in their duties. (Source of the digitized copy: New York Historical Society Library).
Title:   Maxima libertatis custodia est, ut magna imperia diuturn[a] non sint, & temporis modus imponatur quibus juris impon[i] non potest. Mammerc. apud Liv.
OCLC Number:   62807294
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