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    • Page 17

    • Page 17 Section 2. No person who denies the being of God, or a future state of rewards and punishments, shall hold any office in the civil department of this State. Section 3. Any person who shall, after the adoption of this Constitution, fight a...
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    • Page 7

    • And be it enacted, That the sheriffs of the respective counties may appoint deputies in addition to those already in commission not exceeding five to a county, for the special purpose and no other of aiding in making the enumeration of the people...
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    • Page 23

    • Sect. 2d That each member of the Senate and House of Representatives, shall before they proceed to business take an oath or affirmation to support the Constitution of this State, and also the following oath: I. A.B. do solemnly swear (or affirm)...
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    • Page 25

    • Article 10th Sect. 1st Knoxville shall be the Seat of Government until the year One thousand Eight hundred and two. Sect. 2d All Laws and Ordinances now in force and use in this Territory not inconsistent with this Constitution shall continue to...
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    • Page 7

    • for their Services during their attendance at the General Council provided that the same, may be increased or diminished, by law; but no alteration shall take effect, during the period of service of the members of the General Council, by whom such...
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    • Page 4

    • Page 4 Sec 3. There shall be a Treasurer or Treasurers appointed for the State, by the joint vote of both Houses of the general Assembly, who shall hold his or their offices for two years. Sec 4. The election of all officers, and the filling of...
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    • Page 8

    • One of the Company, (John Cotton) who was moving down in a large canoe, had attached it to Robert Cartwright's boat, into which he and his family had gone for safety. The canoe was here overturned & the little cargo lost. The Company pitying his...
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    • Page 4

    • made for such allowance, shall appear to be just. WILLIAM BLOUNT, Governor. (signed) GRIFFITH RUTHERFORD, P. L. C. DAVID WILSON, S. H. R. September 27, 1794. ===============================================================
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    • 33664_11

    • Constitution of Frankland. members: They may expel a member , but not a second time for the same cause; they may administer oaths on the examination of witnesses, redress grievances, impeach State criminals, grant charters of incorporation,...
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    • 33664_13

    • Constitution of Frankland. Representatives, of the persons voted for, and the number of votes to each, which the Assembly shall examine, and the highest in votes shall be declared constitutionally elected; but no person shall be eligible more than...
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    • 33664_16

    • State of Frankland 17 freemen of their district to consult for the common good, give instructions to their Representatives, or to apply to the Legislature for redress of grievances by address, petition, or...
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    • 33664_18

    • Constitution of Frankland. 19 law, act, or resolve whatsoever respecting religion or the spiritual service we owe to God; but shall confine themselves wholly to matter purely civil. Sect. 25. Laws for the encouraging...
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    • 33664_19

    • Constitution of Frankland. Sect. 31. That every foreigner, who comes to settle in this State, having first taken an oath of allegiance to the same, may purchase, or, by other just means, acquire, hold, and transfer land or other real estate, and,...
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    • 33664_22

    • Constitution of Frankland. 23 preserved inviolate in very part; whether the Legislative, Executive, Judiciary and Military branches of government, and public servants, have faithfully performed their...
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    • Loom shuttles

    • Wooden loom shuttles for weaving. Used by the Vassar family in Bradyville, Tennessee. These appear to be hand carved. Yarn was attached to the shuttle and woven through the loom to create rugs, blankets, or coverlets.
    • 1830-1930
    • Spur parts

    • Brass pieces of two civilian spurs. Three pieces total consisting of two shanks of brass with ferrous metal rowels and one flattened spur strap. These appear to be spurs that were in the process of being made and were never completed. Recovered in...
    • 1850-1880

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