||55 of religion, or of prohibiting the free .exercise thereof, or disturb any person in his religious worship or .sentiments;-provided he does not disturb the public peace, nor obstruct others, in rtheir religious worship: and all persons, demeaning themselves'peaceably, as good members of the state, shall be equally under the protection of the laws; and no subordination or preference of any one sect or denomination to; another, shall ever be: established by law;/ noi* shall any religious test be ever required1 for any-office of trust under this < State. â- â€¢''â- â€¢' â- '-, i'J ifotiuâ€¢>â€¢.!_>:!.' SECTION TV'.- Any citizen of this State, who may hereafter be;engaged, eitrier directly or indirectly, in a duel, either as principal, or accessory 'before the fact, shall be disqualified from holding any office under the Constitution, and laws of this State. , ,. . â€¢ . â- â- â- ;.-;:. â€¢â€ž.â- .â€¢.(:â€¢. â- â- â€¢'â€¢â- '_â- (:,} , â- :<. , n â- _â- i J. â- : â- * f ...<â- :â- ;. ';ot!i' SECTION V. â- Every person may speak, writ% and publish his sentiments, on all subjects, being responsible for the abuse of that right; and no law shall be passed to abridge the liberty of speech or of the press. , â€¢ â- .,.. ..SECTION yi.. ,; . , r , The people shall be secure in their persons, houses,. papers., and possessions, from unreasonable searches, and seizures. . . ' --, â- â- >â€¢:>,. -.. -.,'r.;section,.-yiiv; (Jr.fiÂ» unit', y.nhnaih v>y. The right of trial by jury shall rbmaidiriviolatei'a'nd'all driminals' shall be heard by self, or counsel; at their own election. 'section yi'ti. All penalties and punishmente^shall, be in.propqrtion tp.jthe of-, fence; and all offences before conviction, shall be bailable; except capital offences, where the proof is evident, or the presumption great. SECTION IX. The writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended unless in case of rebellion, or invasion, or the public safety shall require it.