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Bill of Attainder, . . . . .
Bills of Credit, :
Bills for Revenue, where must originate,

ail, excessive, . .
Bounty Land Office, . '..

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102, 104

431
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Capitation Tax, . . . . . . . 235
Census, . . . . . . . . 47
Charter Governments, . . . . . .
Charge d'Affaires,

530
Citizens of each state, privilege

9, 400
Citizenship, . .

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Colonies forms of

ent in, · · · · 2
Coining money, right of,

244
Compact, or Agreement with another state, or with a
foreign state forbidden,

272, 282
Confederation of 1643,

• 17, 18, 19
Congress of 1754, · · · · · · · 7
66 1765, . . . . . .

8
1775, . . .

. . . . 10
66 how composed,. . . . . . 35, 37
6 time of assembling, . . . . 74, 75
" power of to lay and collect taxes, imposts,

and excises, . . . . . 111-118
power of to borrow money, . . .

120
power of to regulate commerce,

121-142

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Congress, power of to regulate intercourse with the In-
dian tribes, . .

143-145
power of to establish rules of naturalization, 146-153
power of to pass bankrupt laws, . 154, 155
power of to coin money, . . . 156, 157
power of to fix the standard of weights and

measures, .
power of to provide for the punishment of

counterfeiting, ..
power of to establish post-offices and post-
roads, .

. 159–162
power of to make internal improvements, 162-179
power of to promote the progress of science
and the useful arts, ..

180
power of to constitute tribunals inferior to

the Supreme Court, . . 184, 185
power of to punish piracy, . . 184-187
power of to declare war, and grant letters of
marque, . .

. 190–192
power of to make rules concerning captures, 190, 193
power of to raise and support armies, 194, 195
power of to provide for a navy,

196
power of to make rules for the government of

the land and naval forces,
power of to provide for calling forth the mili-
tia, . .

. 199–207
power to exercise exclusive jurisdiction, 210–212
power to make all laws necessary and proper

to carry these powers into execution, . 214
Confederation, articles of, . . . 11, 22--25
Citizens of each state, privileges of,

399
Constitution of the United States, at large,-page 165
how formed, .

14, 15
Articles of, ... : .
the Supreme Law, .

415. 417

: .
preamble of, . . . . . 28–32
construction of, . . . 458-462
proceeds from the people, . . 515
acts upon individual states,

516
66 "how put into operation,

• 537, 538
66 of New York, what,

467-476
66 66 compared with U. States, 477-483
Constitutions of the states, how they agree, . 496, 197
how they differ,

498-606

197

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Constitutions of the states, act upon individuals, . 517
Commissions, authenticity of,

571
Constables, . . . . . . 716
Convention of 1787, . . . .
Contempts, . . . . . . . 83-86
Copyrights,

181-183
Contracts, the obligation of,

250_253, 255-270
Corruption of blood,

so . . 394

Debts under the confederation, ... .
Declaration of rights, .
Democracy of the United States representative,
Disorderly behavior, power to punish, . .

. . 414

464
. . 511
79, 81, 83

Elections for Senators and Representatives, times, pla-
ces and manner of holding, . .

* 72, 73
Election returns, and qualifications of members of Con-
gress, . . . . . . .

76, 78
Electors of President, how chosen, . : . 288, 289, 297
Engineer Depornonited States, who, '.'. 286, 289

629
Ex post factn law, .
Expulsion-of members of Congress, what for, . ' . ' *82

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Government of the United States, is a republic, . 508

is a federative republic, 509
is a democratic fed-

erative republic, 510
is a government of

majorities, . 528–530
is perpetual, 531-534
is sovereign in its

national capacity, 520
is not a mere league, 581

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