prisoners shall be bailable by sufficient sureties, unless for capital of-fences^
when the proof is evident, or presumption great.
That every foreigner who comes to settle in this State, having first
taken an oath of allegiance to the same, niaj' purchase, or by other
just means acquire, hold, and transfer, land, or other real estate ; and,
after one year's residence, shall be deemed a free citizen.
That a school or schools shall be established by the Legislature,
for the convenient instruction of youth, with such salaries to the mas-ters,
paid by the public, as may enable them to instruct at low price?;
and all useful learning shall be duly encouraged and promoted in one
or more Universities.
That no purchase of land shall be made of the Indian nativos but
on behalf of the public, by authority of the General Asssembly.
That the future Legislature of this State shall regulate entail.s iu
such a manner as to prevent perpetuities.
That the Declaration of Rights is hereby declared to be part of tho
Constitution of this State, and ought never to be violated on any pie*
That any member of either House of the General Assembly shall
have liberty to dissent from, and protest against, any act or resolve
which he may think injurious to the pu!)lic or any individual, and
have the reasons of his dissent entered on the Journals.
That neither House of the General Assembly shall proceed upon
public business, unless a majority of all the members of such House)
are actually preeent, and that upon a motion made and geconded, tb©
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