The St. Louis directory and register :

Secsection 7—Until the first enumeration shall be made, as directed in
this constitution, the county of Howard shall be entitled to eight re-
presentatives; the county of Cooper to four representatives; the
county of Montgomery to two representatives; the county of Lin-
coln to one representative; the county of Pike to two representa-
tives; the county of St. Charles to three representatives; the county
of St. Louis to six representatives; the county of Franklin to two re-
presentatives; the county of Jefferson to one representative; the
county of Washington to two representatives; the county of Ste.
Genevieve to four representatives; the county of Cape Girardeau to
four representatives; the county of New Madrid to two represen-
tatives; the county of Madison to one representative; the county
of Wayne to one representative; and that part of the county of Low-
rence situated within this state, shall attach to, and form part of the
county of Wayne until otherwise provided by law, and the sheriff of
the county of Wayne shall appoint the judges of the first election, and
the place of holding the same, in the part thus attached; and any
person who shall have resided within the limits of this state five
months previous to the adoption of this constitution, and who shall
be otherwise qualified as prescribed in the third section of the third
article thereof, shall be eligible to the house of representatives, any
thing in this constitution to the contrary notwithstanding.

Sec 8—For the first election of senators the state shall be divided
into districts. and the apportionment shall be as follows, that is to
say: the counties of Howard and Cooper shall compose one district,
and elect four senators; the counties of Montgomery and Franklin
shall compose one district, and elect one senator; the county of St.
Charles shall compose one district, and elect one senator; the coun-
ties of Lincoln and Pike shall compose one district and elect one
senator; the county of St Louis shall compose one district, and elect
two senators; the counties of Washington and Jefferson shall com-
pose one district, and elect one senator; the county of Ste. Gene-
vieve shall compose one district, and elect one senator; the county
of Madison and Wayne shall compose one district, and elect one se-
nator; the counties of Cape Girardeau and New Madrid shall com-
pose one district, and elect two senators; and in all cases where a se-
natorial district consists of more than one county, it shall be the duty
of the clerk of the county second named in that district to certify the
returns of the senatorial election within their proper county to the
clerk of the county first named, within five days after he shall have
received the same; and any person who shall have resided within
the limits of this state five months previous to the adoption of this
constitution, and who shall be otherwise qualified as prescribed in
the fifth section of the third article thereof, shall be eligible to the
senate of this state, any thing in this constitution to the contrary not-
withstanding.

Secsection 9—The president of the convention shall issue writs of election to the sheriffs of the several counties (or in case of vacancy to
the coroners) requiring them to cause an election to be held on the
fourth Monday in August next for a governor; a lieutenant gover-
nor; a representative in the congress of the United States for the re-