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fame, That is to say, That notwithftanding any Clause or Clauses in the abovementioned Charter, obliging the Province and Territories to join together in Legislation, I am content, and do hereby declare, That if the Representatives of the Province and Territories thall not hereafter agree to join together in Legislation, and that the fame shall be fignified unto me, or my Deputy, in open Affembly, or otherwise, from under the Hands and Seals of the Representatives, for the Time being, of the Province and Territories, or the major Part of either of them, at any Time within three Years from the Date hereof, that in fuch Cafe, the Inhabitants of each of the three Counties of this Province shall not have less than eight Perfons to represent them in Assembly, for the Province ; and the Inhabitants of the Town of Philadelphia (when the said Town is incorporated) two Persons to represent them in Assembly ; and the Inhabitants of each County in the Territories, fhall have as many Persons to represent them, in a diftinat Assembly for the Territories, as shall be by them requested as aforesaid.

Notwithstanding which Separation of the Province and Territories, in Respect of Legislation, I do hereby promife, grant and declare, That the Inhabitants of both Province and Territories, fhall separately enjoy all other Liberties, Privileges and Benefits, granted jointly to them in this Charter, any Law, Usage or Custom of this Government, heretofore made and practised, or any Law made and passed by this general Afsembly, to the contrary hereof notwithstanding.

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WILLIAM PENN.

This CHARTER of PRIVILEGES

being diftinétly read in Assembly, and the whole and every Part' thereof being approved of and agreed to, by us, we do thankfully receive the fame from our Proprietary and Governor, at Philadelphia, this twenty-eighth Day of Oc

tober, one Thousand seven Hundred and One. Signed on Behalf, and by Order of the Assembly,

per Joseph Growdon, Speaker,

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