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SLAVERY, – continued.
growth of agitation concerning

1918, 1919
Seward, Lincoln, and Randolph on .

1919
compromise of 1850

1920, 1921
the Kansas legislation and agitation

1921
the Dred Scott case

1922
the election of 1860 and secession

1922
effect of civil war upon

1923
the thirteenth amendment

1923, 1924
act for enforcement thereof

1926
disorders following abolition

1928
SLAVE TRADE,
prohibition of

1331-1336
SOCIAL COMPACT,
the Constitution a

312, 313
origin of the .

325–332
implication of in government

310, 341
SOLDIERS,
quartering upon citizens

1898, 1899
SOUTH CAROLINA,
origin and settlement of

128-142
proclamation in case of nullification by

App. to Vol. I. p. 752
SOVEREIGN STATES,
colonies not

178 n., 207-211
what are

207–209, 215
constitution not adopted by

311 n., 319 n., 321, 322
cannot be sued

1675 n., 1678 n., 1730
recognized in confederate constitution

319 n.
as traders or corporators

1687
Webster, Everett, and Jefferson on union of

1965 n.
SOVEREIGNTY,
essential powers of not to be granted away

1391 n.
meaning of

207
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

686,687
SPEECH,
liberty of, guaranteed

1870, 1880-1891
in Congress

851
SPIRIT OF CONSTITUTION,
to be collected from the letter .

427
STANDING ARMIES,
check on creation of

1188-1192
STATE,
different senses in which the word is used

208, 209
(See SOVEREIGN STATES; SOVEREIGNTY; States.)
STATES,
constitutions of

338-341
have stronger hold than the Union on the people

289
representation of in senate

692-708
regulations of suffrage in

583-585
admission of new

1313-1321
prohibitions on .

1353-1409
treaties, alliances, compacts

1353, 1355, 1401-1403
letters of marque, &c.

1356
coining money

1357

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STATES, – continued.

bills of credit
tender laws
impairing contracts .
bills of attainder
ex post facto laws
titles of nobility
keeping army and navy
laying duties, or imposts
laying taxes
taxing Bank of United States

public debt

importations
tonnage duties .
declaring war
suits by and against
when party to a suit
courts of, appeals from

decisions of, when to be followed
regulation of commerce among
unfriendly legislation of under confederacy,
power over bankruptcy and insolvency
not to assume debts in aid of rebellion

not to pay for emancipated slaves
STAY LAWS,

validity of
SUBPENA,

exemption of legislators from .
SUFFRAGE,

privilege of, and restrictions upon
determined by States
in England and the colonies.
want of uniformity in
what not to disqualify for

Mr. Edmonds and Mr. Sumner on disqualifications
SUITS,

at common law, what are

by and against States
SUPREMACY,

of constitution, laws and treaties .
SUPREME COURT. (See JUDICIARY.)
SUSPENSION,

of habeas corpus

1685–1688
1701, 1706-1747

1795 n.
1065-1075
1066, 1690
1114, 1115

1965
1965, 1966

1385 n.

860

577-582

580
582

582
1969-1975

1969 n.

1769
1769, 1780–1788

1836-1842

1338-1342

T.

TARIFF,

for protection

1077-1097

(See DUTIES.)

TAXATION,

of the colonies
Mr. Burke upon
all property subject to

51, 168-197

170 n.
1955
150, 151, 208
colonized, laws for

.

1117 n.

1543 n.

Section
TAXATION, - continued.
compared to regulations of commerce .

1068
under the confederation

253-259
TAXES,
power of Congress to lay

906-1092
extent of power

906–1053
whether to regulate commerce

962-965, 1086–1091
or encourage manufactures

958-971, 1077–1094
for common defence and general welfare

906, 908, 958, 978-980
for internal improvements

1272-1278, 1580
for what purposes in general

975-981
direct, what

950–957, 978
indirect, what

950–957
power not exclusive .

941, 1068
restrictions on power

1014, 1015
prohibitions on the States as to

1016, 1020-1052
on district of Columbia

998-1011
TECHNICAL WORDS,
construction of .

453
TENDER LAWS,
authority in respect to .

1356, 1371, 1372
making treasury notes legal tender.
TENURE,
of land in colonies

172, 174
of office, act regulating
TERRITORIES,
government of .

1821 n., 1322–1330
Mr. Cass and Mr. Douglass on

1324 n., 1325 n., 1328 n.
Mr. Webster's views

1318 n.
restriction of slavery in

1318, 1321
admission of as States

1313-1321
TERRITORY,
foreign, acquisition of

1282–1289, 1317, 1319–1321, 1508
conquered, laws for .

150, 151
(See FOREIGN TERRITORY.)
TESTS,
religious prohibited

1843, 1847-1849
danger of

622, 623
TESTIMONY,
of accused parties, not to be compelled

1782–1788
TEXAS,
annexation of

1919
new States from

1920
THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT,
consideration of

1915-1928
TITLE BY DISCOVERY .

1-38, 152
TITLES OF NOBILITY,
forbidden

1350, 1352, 1400
TOLERATION,
religious, in the colonies 50, 53, 77, 80, 92, 97, 98, 106, 108, 112, 114, 115,

119, 123, 124, 125, 140, 143
(See RELIGION.)

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TONNAGE DUTIES,

by United States

States not to lay
TREASON,

definition of
evidence of .
effect of conviction

punishment of
TREASURY NOTES,

made a legal tender .
TREATIES,

settlement of colonial boundaries by
States not to form
commercial regulations by
to be the supreme law
how far house of representatives concluded by
Mr. Wheaton and Mr. Dallas on this question
may be repealed by Congress
adjudication of cases under

difficulty of enforcing under the confederation
TREATY,

of 1783 with Great Britain
of 1794 and 1815 with Great Britain

of 1795 with Spain
TRIAL BY JURY,

in criminal cases
in civil cases

in the colonies
TROOPS,

1841 n.
1838 n.

1643
262–264, 271 n.

29, 262
1841

34

1778-1781
1762-1773

51

quartering of, on citizens.

States not to keep in time of peace
TYRANNY,

embraced in an accumulation of powers
frequent elections a protection against .
of popular governments

1898, 1899
1401, 1404

523
589
1621

1779 n.

1842

U.
UNANIMITY,

requisite in jury trials.
UNCONSTITUTIONAL LAWS,

to be held void .
UNITED COLONIES,

of New England

during revolution, powers of
UNION,

importance of
J. Q. Adams on formation of the
Rufus Choate on
Chief Justice Chase on nature of
Chief Justice Jay on necessity of
Mr. Lincoln on
Mr. Randolph on .
Mr. Webster on

102
200–217

470-483
212 n., 340 n.

305 n.
355 n.

489 n.
178 n. App. to Vol. I. p. 752

1057 n.
1057 n.

736

Section

.

1836-1842

1278
1279

1279
1282-1288
1314-1321

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UNITED STATES.

supremacy of laws of
priority of debts to
right to sue
right to contract and grant
right to purchase foreign territory
right to acquire domestic territory

(See ConstitUTION ; States.)
UNITED STATES BANK,

power to establish
suits by and against

States not to tax
UNITY,

of executive, reasons for

of legislature, undesirable
USEFUL ARTS,

encouragement of

1259-127 1
1649-1655
1033-1057

1418-1430

550-560

1151-1155

Law.)

V.
VACANCIES,
in senate, how filled

725
in civil offices

1555–1559
in office of President and Vice-President

1480-1484
VESTED RIGHTS,
what are

1957, 1958
(See Due PROCESS OF Law.)
VETO,
of the President

881-891
in England

882 n.
VICE-PRESIDENT,
how chosen

1453-1474
reasons for the office

1450-1452
to be president of senate

733, 741, 1452
powers and duties of

733, 1480, 1481
vacancy in office of

1480, 1484
impeachment of

1450
resignation of

1480–1484
who not to be

1964
VIRGINIA,
origin and settlement of

39-51
resolutions of 1798

319 n., 321 n., 322 n. 1294 n.
VOTING,
by ballot and viva voce

810-842
(See SUFFRAGE.)

W.

1168-1177
1401, 1402

1329 n.

WAR,

power to declare
States not to engage in

effect of, in strengthening government
WARRANTS,

general, forbidden

1900, 1901

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