||54: ' â- . ARTICLE YII. ;,-: n:,lV- ;. â- /: â- -, Vf[j luiw, AMENDMENTS O F ,'t'H E 'VcTN S T I T U T I O K. If at any time the General Assetribly shall deem it necessary, and, for the best interests of the State, that this . Constitution should be revised, altered, or amended;' the Assembly'shall cause such revisions, alterations, or amendments^ to be'.published, iri the ;same manner as shall be provided .for the publication of the statues; and appoint a day, not less than .thirty days, thereafter, for the electors of the Commonwealth to assemble in their several precincts, and vote for, or against said revisions','-alterations, or amendments; and if a majority of said electors ishall,vote,.in favor of, said revisions, alterations, or amendments;, the, same shall there a ftgr become.parts, and parcels of tlrs Constitution: otherwise this Constitution shall remain unaltered. .... ., Â«'.'O â- ;. â- - â- â- .-:? ARTICLE YDIv -in- : â- ,â- ';â- ." ,'::â- â€ž if/. D EC L AR ATI ON OF EIGHTS. . . \ â- â- â- " â- 'â- ;';.. -â- ''â- 'â- "-â- â- SECTION I. 'â€¢â- .â- â- ".Â»â€¢â€¢: .â€¢â- ,;â- :â- :!!â€¢. I,.:'-': In republican governments,.all men should be'born equally free and independent,' and possess certain natural, essential',; and inalien-' able rights; among- which, are those of enjoying and defending their life and liberty, acquiring, possessing and protecting property; and of seeking and obtaining their safety and happiness. SECTION II.' All political power is inherent in the people; and all free governments are founded;in their autho.rity,: aÂ»ndinstituted for their .benefit; Therefore, they have an.inalienable a.nd..indefeasible! rigfyt to institute goive.rnment; . ,a.nd tQ.'.a.lter,. reform, and totally, .change..the, same, when th^ir. safety,; happiness,-.atid; the , public good- shall re-, quire it.' ,. .; .t<\ ..:,;.,-,â- ,. 'N..!a vUUaia-;-?./: iii-ivn')}) -i â- : -.-, hwix-il bna All men shall have a, natural God, apcordingito the,.dic,tatets.1 of^ ^; General Assembly,sh^il,make. ^9,Ja^y- 1 re^pepting; An ,est.ab, li.shm.ent.