Fundamental Orders Code of laws adopted by representatives of the settlements in Connecticut in 1639 to govern the Connecticut Colony. It was similar to a system in Massachusetts, but did not demand church membership from voters. Sometimes called the first written constitution, it remained in force until superseded by the Connecticut Charter (1662).
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