of the Massachusetts Constitution
is entitled Delegates to Congress.
It has a single section.
|| Text of Chapter IV:
[The delegates of this commonwealth to the congress of the United States, shall, some time in the month of June annually, be elected by the joint ballot of the senate and house of representatives, assembled together in one room; to serve in congress for one year, to commence on the first Monday in November then next ensuing. They shall have commissions under the hand of the governor, and the great seal of the commonwealth; but may be recalled at any time within the year, and others chosen and commissioned, in the same manner, in their stead.]
[Annulled by the adoption of the Constitution of the United States, July 26, 1788.]