||Mi them with; provided that.no power; be deiegated.to thef-saidqeom-mittee,; for the, exercise of which,, by the, articles of. confederation, the voice of nine states,.in the Congress of the United States:assem-; bled, is.requisite.;, - j-mmjj? ~\vu vtu-3; â€¢â€¢â€¢'â- t^-j^v! â- â€¢â€¢â- liirf_ wr ; Canada acceding to this; confederation, and joining iin the measures of the United States* shall be admitted into... and .entitled to all the advantages of this Union;-but no other colony shall be admitted into the same, unless suph admission be agreed to,by! nine states.- ; \V-uVX .r"r"'!':'"i'i;Â»5"S.ARTICLE XIL- ......',.Â« :';-'.;,. ;i.I nl.'J\,. ;'::! â- â- " i i u.. r-,i i \.'â€¢ -â- !,â- â- â- â- i,;id.' .â€¢â- â- â- . ' : ;'Kjuij ;,;. f>iÂ«s LrM0u' All bills of credit emitted, moneys borrowed, and dfebts 'contract-. ed by or under the authority of Congress, betore the assembling of,' the United States, in pursuance of the present confedera,tion,-S;hallbe' deemed and. considered as a pharge against the United .States,., for payment and satisfaction where.of the said United States and the â€¢RBD-, lie faith are hereby solemnly.pledged. 'â- â- ', ... .,,.,., ,. â- '.,..,,;'. ....'<.... sKvery state shall abide by the determinatfons of the ''United States,1 in-Congress assembled, on all^qiiestions which by this confederation are: submitted to them. ' And- the articles of this: confederation1 shall be inviolably observed by every state, and the Un*ori; shall'be ^perpetual; nor shall any alteration at any time hereafter, be made1 ii> any of them, unless such alteration be agreed to in ! a ' C6n'gress;pf the United States, and'be afterwards confirmed'by the legi'statures of every state/' 'S1'â- â€¢' â- t;';-t'3 '.; â- â- :/-; â- '-^ â- *'u v'"' â- â- â- *'â€¢* Â«;('â- *'"" '>m>i 'vnil ' 1 And'whereas^fc' hath'pleased the great Goverhor of the world:to: incline the hearts1, tffl the; l'egislatiires we respectfully 'repr'eseiit;! in. Congress; to: approve1 of,''and to authorize us'to ratify1 the"s-aid:''af ti- â- cles ofconfedefatioQ1 and perpetual union,'Know y'e, that'we,-the un1^ dersigned delegatesy by virtue of the ppWer and authbrity fo'u's'^ivX en for that! purpose,' 'do,''by these'-presents, in the'naftie aiid-'ini;'Bfe'' half of our ::res'peeb'rvejcbn^titivehfs, fully: arid: entirely' ratify' ahd'ebh-firm each and, every of the 'said articles :of confederation and1 perpetual union;-,and-all-;atod ..sihguiar' the7-matters 'and thing's!!tliie'r6'iin contained. And we do further solemnly plight a-ad engag^ffie' faith-of our respective constituents^ that, they, shall abide by the determinations of the United States, in Congress assembled, on all questions which by the saii'eonfedefatiibn'afe"submitted' to them;' 'aiid^Rat-tie ttxj"/.