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Section
PREAMBLE OF CONSTITUTION, - continued.
general welfare.

497-506
blessings of liberty

507-516
PRECEDENTS,

judicial, Madison on

Lincoln on
PREROGATIVE,
royal, in the colonies

184-187
in England
PRESENTMENT BY GRAND JURY,
when required

1782–1786, 1949
PRESIDENT,
negative on laws .

881-892
mode of choice of

1453-1474
re-eligibility of

1442–1450
duration and tenure of office

1410, 1430–1442
non-election of

1482, 1483
vacancy of office of

1480-1484
powers of

1490–1572
incidental

1568, 1569, 1570
duties of

1560-1564
appointments by

1524-1536, 1555-1559
when complete

1544, 1554
removals by

1537-1545
power to require opinions of departments

1490, 1493
calling forth militia

1209-1215
making treaties. (See TREATIES.)

1505–1523
command of militia.

1213–1215
resignation of

1480–1484
pardons and reprieves by

1490, 1494-1504
qualifications of

1477-1480
compensation of

1485, 1486
oath of office

1487, 1488
commander of army and navy

1490–1492
power to convene and adjourn Congress

1560-1563
receiving ambassadors

1565–1570
resignation of office

1480, 1482, 1484
impeachment of

777, 786, 813, 1572
who disqualified from being, by fourteenth amendment

1964
PRESIDENT OF SENATE,
Vice-President to be

733-738
PRESENTS,
receiving from foreign governments

1350, 1352
PRESS, FREEDOM OF,
in the Colonies

51
guaranty of

1870-1891
PRIORITY OF PAYMENT,
of debts to United States .

1279, 1280
PRIVILEGES OF CITIZENS. (See CITIZENS.)
of Congress

837-872
of speech and the press

1870–1891
of the writ of habeas corpus

1338-1342

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Section

1663–1674

1782, 1789
1938-1962

1570, 1576

1570
1923

1332–1352,1813–1909

1302-1313

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PRIZE CASES,

jurisdiction over
PROCESS OF LAW,

due, what is .

protection by
PROCLAMATION,

by President, when proper
of neutrality in 1793 .

of emancipation
PROHIBITIONS,

on the United States

on the States. (See STATES.)
PROOF,

of State records, &c.
PROPERTY,

of United States, power over
taken for public use, compensation for
all subject to police regulations

to taxing power

to right of eminent domain
protected by fourteenth amendment

by fundamental principles

qualifications, in case of members of Congress
PROPRIETARY GOVERNMENTS,

in the colonies
PROTECTIVE DUTIES,

power to lay
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS,

in America
PUBLIC DEBT,

guaranty of

under the confederation
PUBLIC LANDS,

power over
PUBLIC MINISTERS. (See Ministers.)
PUNISHMENT,

for crimes in general
cruel and unusual, not to be inflicted

what under federal authority. (See CONGRESS.)
PURCHASE,

of foreign territory
of bills of exchange by United States

1322-1328
1782, 1790

1954
1955

1956
1938-1962

1951
621, 732

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160

958–975, 1077–1097

NMENTS,

159

1832–1835, 1965

239

1314-1321

1778-1782, 1946–1950

1902, 1903

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1282-1289

1278

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474, 728, 867, 872-875
. 571, 612-629, 867–872
728–732, 867-872

of representatives
of senators
of electors
race, color, or servitude not to disqualify.

States cannot prescribe for members of Congress
QUARANTINE LAWS,

what are
regulations by Congress

577-586
1969-1975
624, 629 n.

1017, 1070, 1075

1071-1075
1537-1544
concurrence of the senate in

Section

1898, 1899

QUARTERING TROOPS,

what forbidden .
QUORUM,

of each house of Congress
of house of lords

832, 836

834 n.

R.
RACE,
not to be disqualification for suffrage ·

1969-1975
RATIFICATION,
of the Constitution

278, 279, 1830–1856
of fourteenth amendment

1929 n.
REBELLION,
debts in aid of not to be assumed or paid

1965
steps which led to

1915-1922
RECORDS AND LAWS,
of the States how proved .

1302-1313
faith and credit to

1302-1313
of the colonies .

1307
RE-ELIGIBILITY OF THE EXECUTIVE .

1442-1449
RELIGION,
in the colonies.

53, 62, 74, 77, 80, 82, 91
(See Church of England; Toleration.)
in North-west territory, encouragement of

1318
freedom of guaranteed

1870-1879
RELIGIOUS TESTS,
danger of .

622, 623
prohibition of

1813, 1847, 1849
REMEDIAL POWERS

429
REMEDY,
power of States to modify

1385
REMOVALS FROM OFFICE BY PRESIDENT

1537-1513 and n.
REMOVAL OF SUITS,
from State courts

1744-1746
REPRESENTATION,
right of colonies to

167
diversity of in England and the colonies .

582-585
importance of diversity in

584 n.
property alone not safe basis of

632, 633
numbers the basis of

634-645
under fourteenth amendment .

1963
REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT,
Mr. Burke upon

585 n., 587. n.
Paley on
REPRESENTATIVES,
in the colonies

45, 46, 166
Lord Coke on qualifications for

617 n.
in Congress

571-689.
choice of

571-612
term of.

573, 587-610
qualifications of

571, 612-629
States cannot add to

624-629

587 n.

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Section
REPRESENTATIVES, - continued.
apportionment of

630-645, 673-683, 1963
speaker of house of

686
impeachments by

688
disqualifications of

867, 872
who to be electors of

577-586
not to be electors of President

1473
how and for what punishable by house

837, 838
whether impeachable

793-795
privileges of

851-868
REPRIEVES,
power to grant

1490, 1494-1505
REPRISAL,
letters of marque and

1169-1178
REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT,
guaranty of

1813–1825
reflections upon

1910-1914
RESERVED POWERS AND RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE

1906–1909
RETROSPECTIVE LAWS,
power to pass

1398, 1399, 1957, 1958
(See Ex POST FACTO Laws.)
REVENUE,
bills to raise

874-880
REVOLUTION,
American, origin and history of

185, 198–217
powers of government during the

200-217
of 1688, reasons for .

341-349
RHODE ISLAND,
origin and settlement of

94-102
its charter a constitution .

315 n., 1813 n.
attempt to overthrow government of

1813 n.
RIGHTS,
reserved by constitution

1904–1909
enumeration of, not to disparage others

1867
declaration of by Congress of 1765 .

190, 191
by Congress of 1774

194 and n.
what are vested

1957, 1958
of suffrage

577-582, 1969–1975
(See Bill of Rights; LIBERTY.)
ROADS AND CANALS,
power of Congress respecting

1272, 1278
ROYAL PREROGATIVE,
in colonies

184–187
in England

882 n.

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SCHOOLS, PUBLIC,

in colonies
SCIENCE,

encouragement of
SEARCHES,

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unreasonable, prohibited

1900, 1901

709 n.

Section
SEAT OF GOVERNMENT

1216-1224
power of legislation over

1226–1234
SECESSION,
declaration of

1922
Mr. Lincoln on nature of

App. to

Vol. I. p. 752
SEDITION ACT,
whether constitutional

1293, 1294, 1891
SELF-GOVERNMENT,
local

166-171, 280 n., 1965 n.
SENATE,
organization of

691-705
vacancies in, how supplied

727
president of

733-738
trial of impeachments by

742-813
participate in treaties

1505–1525
(See CONGRESS.)
SENATORS,
how chosen

691-706, 814 n.
number of

706, 707
term of service

709-726
Hamilton on

709 n.
Jay on
classification of

724-726
qualifications of

728-732
whether impeachable

793–795
who not to be

867-872, 1964
privileges of

851-866
not to be electors of President

1473
SEPARATION,
of powers of government

518-546
SERVITUDE,
not a disqualification for suffrage

1969-1975
involuntary, forbidden

1915-1928
SHIPS OF WAR,
jurisdiction of

1754 n.
SLAVES,
counted in representation

636-644
trade in .

1331-1336
fugitive

1807-1811
emancipation of

1915-1927
emancipated, not to be paid for

1965, 1966
SLAVERY,
abolition of

1915-1928
original compromises on

636-644, 1332–1337, 1807-1812, 1916
in colonial period .

1916
Samuel Adams on

1916 n.
Mr. Burke on

1916 n.
difficulty of the question

1916
Mr. Jefferson against

1916
it grows, but is not defended

1916
Dr. Franklin opposes

1916
conflict and compromise on in case of Missouri

1917
Mr. Benton upon

1917 n.
Mr. Tyler on slavery restriction

1917 n.

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