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The city of Carbondale, the boroughs of Blakely, Dunmore and Jermyn, and the townships of Blakely, Carbondale, Fell, Jefferson and Roaring Brook shall constitute the Eighth district and elect one member.

The county of M'Kean shall elect one member. The county of Mercer shall elect three members. The county of Mifflin shall elect one member. The county of Monroe shall elect one member. The county of Montgomery shall elect five mem bers.

The county of Montour shall elect one member.

The county of Northampton shall elect three members.

The county of Northumberland shall elect two members.

The county of Perry shall elect one member.
The county of Pike shall elect one member.
The county of Potter shall elect one member.

The county of Schuylkill shall be entitled to six members, and shall be divided into four districts, namely:

The townships of East Union, North Union, Union and Mahanoy, and the boroughs of Shenandoah, Gilbertson and Mahanoy City shall constitute the First district and elect one member.

The townships of Butler, Cass, Foster, Barry, Eldred, Hegins, Upper Mahantango and Hubley, and the boroughs of Ashland and Girardville shall constitute the Second district and elect one member.

The townships of Blythe, West Brunswick, East Brunswick, West Penn, Rahn, Schuylkill, Ryan, Rush and Kline, and the boroughs of Port Clinton, Orwigsburg, Tamaqua, New Philadelphia and Middleport shall constitute the Third district and elect one member.

The boroughs of Pinegrove, Tremont, Minersville, Pottsville, Yorkville, Mount Carbon, Landingville, Palo Alto, Saint Clair, Port Carbon, Cressona, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, and the townships of South Manheim, North Manheim, East Manheim, East Norweigan, New Castle, Norwegian, Pinegrove, Tremont, Porter, Frailey, Reilly,Branch, Washington and Wayne shall constitute the Fourth district and elect three members.

The county of Snyder shall elect one member. The county of Somerset shall elect two members. The county of Sullivan shall elect one member.

The county of Susquehanna shall elect two members.

The county of Tioga shall elect two members.
The county of Union shall elect one member.

The county of Venango shall elect three members. The county of Warren shall elect one member.

The county of Washington shall elect three members.

The county of Wayne shall elect two members. The county of Westmoreland shall elect three members. The county of Wyoming shall elect one member. The county of York shall elect four members.

The Senators and Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified electors of the city of Philadelphia and the several counties of this Commonwealth, at the time, places and in the manner prescribed by the Constitution and laws of this Commonwealth. Representatives shall be chosen at the general election in November, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four, to serve for two years, and biennially thereafter. The Senators shall be chosen in the several districts at the following times, to wit:

At the general election in November, one thou. sand eight hundred and seventy-four, Senators shall he chosen to serve for two years in the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-first, Twenty-third, Twenty-fifth, Twentysixth, Twenty-eighth, Thirtieth, Thirty-second, Thirty-third, Thirty-Fourth, Thirty-sixth, Thirtyseventh, Thirty-ninth, Forty-first, Forty-second, Forty-fourth, Forty-fifth and Forty-eighth districts,

At the general election in November, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five, (Senators shall be chosen to serve for one year in the First, Thirteenth, Seventeenth, Twenty-second, Twentyfourth, Thirty-fifth, Thirty-eighth, Fortieth, Forty, sixth, Forty-seventh and Forty-ninth districts.

At the general election in November, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six, a Senator shall be chosen to serve for two years from each of the even numbered districts, and for four years from each of the odd numbered districts, and thenceforward a Senator shall be chosen at the general election in November, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight, from each of the even numbered districts, to serve for four years; and at the general election in November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty, a Senator shall be chosen in each of the odd numbered districts, to serve for four years.

Senators will be elected in November, 1876, for four years, in the following Senatorial districts:

First.–First, Second and Twenty-sixth wards, Philadelphia.

Third.—Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Twentieth wards, Philadelphia.

Fifth.–Fifteenth, Twenty-eighth and Twentyninth wards, Philadelphia.

Seventh.Tenth, Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth wards, Philadelphia.

Ninth.-Delaware.
Eleventh.-Berks.
Thirteenth.-Lancaster, part of.
Fifteenth.Dauphin.
Seventeenth.-Lebanon.
Nineteenth.-Chester.
Twenty-first.-Luzerne, part of.
Twenty-third.-Bradford and Wyoming.
Twenty-fifth.-Tioga, Potter and M'Kean.

Twenty-seventh.-Union, Snyder and Northumberland.

Twenty-ninth.-Schuylkill, part of.
Thirty-first.-Perry, Mifflin and Juniata.
Thirty-third.-Franklin and Huntingdon.
Thirty-fifth.Blair and Cambria.
Thirty-seventh.-Indiana and Jefferson.
Thirty-ninth.-Westmoreland.
Forty-first-Butler and Armstrong.

Forty-third.The first fifteen wards and the Twenty-third ward, Pittsburg.

Forty-fifth.The Twenty-fourth to Thirty-sixth wards inclusive. Pittsburg, and part of Allegheny county.

Forty-seventh.—Lawrence and Mercer.
Forty-ninth.--Erie.

Fortwo years in the following Senatorial districts:

Second.—Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eleventh wards, Philadelphia.

Fourth.-Twenty-first, Twenty-second, Twentyfourth and Twenty-seventh wards, Philadelphia.

Sixth.-Seventh, Eighth and Ninth wards, Philadelphia.

Eighth.Nineteenth, Twenty-third and Twentyfifth wards, Philadelphia.

Tenth.-Bucks.
Twelfth.-Montgomery.
Fourteenth.Lancaster, part of.
Sixteenth.Lehigh.
Eighteenth.-Northampton.
Twentieth.Luzerne, part of.
Twenty-second.-Monroe, Pike and Carbon.

Twenty-fourth.Lycoming, Montour, Sullivan and Columbia.

Twenty-sixth.—Susquehanna and Wayne.
Twenty-eighth.-York.
Thirtieth.Schuylkill, part of.
Thirty-second.-Cumberland and Adams.
Thirty-fourth.-Clinton, Clearfield and Centre.
Thirty-sixth.-Somerset, Bedford and Fulton.
Thirty-eighth.-Cameron, Elk, Clarion and Forest.
Fortieth.Fayette and Green.

Forty-second.-Allegheny city and part of Allegheny county.

Forty-fourth.-Sixteenth and Twenty-second wards inclusive, and Thirty-seventh ward Pittsburg and part of Allegheny county.

Forty-sixth.--Beaver and Washington.
Forty-eighth--Warren and Venango.
Fiftieth.-Crawford.

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