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It is nothing to the contrary that Republicans gained something by electing
Haskins , Hickman , and Davis . They were ... We must not withhold an efficient
fugitive - slave law , because the Constitution demands it . But we must , by a
national ...

Complete Works

Author: Abraham Lincoln

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Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention Held in 1867 and 1868 in the City of Albany

Their own If it is not prevented by the restrictions you put in interests demand it ,
and these interests accord this Constitution , it will be done , and that with the
public wants . But consolidation is a quickly . And here I must make a correction ...

Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention Held in 1867 and 1868 in the City of Albany

Author: New York (State). Constitutional Convention

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Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York Held in 1867 and 1868 in the City of Albany

Their own If it is not prevented by the restrictions you put in interests demand it ,
and these interests accord this Constitution , it will be done , and that with the
public wants . But consolidation is a quickly . And here I must make a correction ...

Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New York  Held in 1867 and 1868 in the City of Albany

Author: New York (State). Constitutional Convention

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Debates and Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the State of California Convened at the City of Sacramento Saturday September 28 1978

In England , the poor demand it ; the middle classes demand | MR .
BEERSTECHER . Mr . Chairman : I don ' t understand , sir , that it ; it is a
beneficent thing to them , and why ? Because it protects them it is the intention to
abolish the jury ...

Debates and Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the State of California  Convened at the City of Sacramento  Saturday  September 28  1978

Author: California. Constitutional Convention

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Debates

I object , also , to this , first , land , Smith of Wyandot , Stanton , Stebbins , Stick -
because it is indefinite , and , secondly ... this they will not only demand it , but
they will see that Constitution , there shall be separately submitted to their
demands ...

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The Congressional globe0

Will it be slavery in Kansas ? It can : that Kansas , under this Lecompton
constitution , to approve or reject . ... justice : shall it be denied ? She demands a
large majority of the citizens of Kansas are in counties there was no registry of
voters .

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Convention Record

Because they demand it, let us put it permanent and forever in this Constitution;
and let future generations change it, as we are changing the Constitution of the
people made in '49. Have we not as much right as the Convention of '49?

Convention Record

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The Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Maryland Assembled at the City of Annapolis Wednesday April 27 1964

I hope that amendment full to give to it that consideration wbich its will not prevail
. The property in banks is importance demands . It is proposed here , very distinct
and separate , very unlike the by this section of the legislative article , to interest ...

The Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Maryland  Assembled at the City of Annapolis  Wednesday  April 27  1964

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Thirty Years View or a history of the working of the American Government for thirty years from 1820 to 1850 chiefly taken from the Congress Debates the private papers of General Jackson and the speeches of ex Senator Benton with his actual view of men and affairs With historical notes and illustrations and some notices of eminent deceased contemporaries By a Senator of thirty years i e T H Benton

ary , 1842 . above is a true copy , and demanded there pay- some loss and
inconvenience , it was their duty ment of the ... to resist for the sake of headed "
compensation , " and was drawn by the Constitution of the country , trampled
under the ...

Thirty Years View  or a history of the working of the American Government for thirty years  from 1820 to 1850  chiefly taken from the Congress Debates  the private papers of General Jackson  and the speeches of ex Senator Benton  with his actual view of men and affairs  With historical notes and illustrations  and some notices of eminent deceased contemporaries  By a Senator of thirty years  i e  T  H  Benton

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Thirty Years View

3 ht ary , 1842 . was above is a true copy , and demanded there pay- some loss
and inconvenience , it was their duty ... and was drawn by the Constitution of the
country , trampled under the Secretary of the Senate for so much pay due foot by
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Author: Thomas Hart Benton

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The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter

I freely admit , I earnestly maintain , that our Constitution and Government are
Christian , inasmuch as Christianity is ... Christianity corserves everything that is
precious in the land , and it is but little it asks of the state when it demands honor
for ...

The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter

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Balanced budget Amendment to the Constitution

And when you say they take the constitutional demand seriously , I think the
United States Congress would if we were to pass something like this . What about
the political realities ? There are people who say if we had the courage to do it ,
we ...

Balanced budget Amendment to the Constitution

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on the Constitution

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Arkansas Reports

The Constitution in its operation when it divests the applicant of an American
State is the supreme , organof no antecedent ... and hence he falls within its
nothing more than so many restrictions and disqualification , and has no right to
demand ...

Arkansas Reports

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