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ii. 693 United States v. Battiste ii. 9, 660 v. Stearns ii. 255 v Benzon

i. 694 Taylor, The Moses ii. 466, 472, 585 v. Bevans 131, 148, 468, 472, 535, Teal v. Felton ii. 688

636 Telegraph Co. v. Texas ii. 4, 12 v. Blight

ii 492 Telfair v. Stead i. 133 v. Buford

ii. 170, 208 Tennessee v. Davis ii. 446, 526 v. Burr

ii. 679, 680 v. Pullman Car Co. ii. 12, 15 v. Campbell

ii. 637 v. Sneed ii. 256 v. Cisna

ii. 44 v. Whitworth i. 306 v. Clarke

ii. 474 Terrett v. Taylor i. 25; ü. 264, 266, 274, v. Conway

ji. 256 602 v. Coombs

ii. 17, 24, 472 Territory v. Pyle ii. 266 v. Cornell

ii. 181 Terry v. Anderson

ii. 257, 258 v. Cruikshank ii. 46, 496, 681 Terry, Ex parte

ii. 567
v. Cutler

ii. 329 Texas v. White i. 255; ii, 111, 112, 693,

v. Davis

ii. 587 671 v. Duluth

ii. 22, 23 Thacker v. Hawk ii. 717 v. Eliason

ii. 327 Thames, The ii. 409 v. Fivens

il. 212 Thames Bank v. Lovell

ii. 25 v. F'isher

i. 325, 329, 331 ; ii. 142, Thatcher v. Powell ii. 576, 703

169 Thompson v. Carr ii. 218 v. Freeman

ii. 327 v. Morgan

ii. 273
v. Fries

ii. 580 v. Pacific Railroad

i. 767, 762
v. Gale

i. 693 v. Whitman ii. 192 v. Gilmore

i. 312 Thorn v. Blanchard ii. 645 v. Gratiot

ii. 206 Thornton v. Turner ii. 705 v. Greathouse

ii. 580 Thorpe v. R. & B. R. R. Co. ii. 204, 701 v. Grush

ii. 90, 472 Thurber v. Blackbourne ii. 192 v. Guthrie

i. 200 Thurlow v. Massachusetts ii. 46 v. Hamilton

ii. 540, 696 Thurman v. State ii. 717 v. Hanway

ii. 580 Thurston v. Thurston ii. 705 v. Harris

ii. 674 Tiernan v. Rinker i. 706 ; ii. 16 v. Haskell

ii. 565 Tomlinson v. Jessup ii. 208, 269 v. Hoar

ii. 278 Transportation Co. v. Parkersburg i. 738 v. Holliday

ii. 22, 44 Trask v. Maguire ji. 268 v. Hoxie

ji. 680 Trevett v. Weeden i. 226, 800 v. Hudson

i. 112 Trufort, In re

ii. 188
v. Jones

ii. 508, 690 Trustees v. Tatman i. 204 ; ii. 266 v. Kirkpatrick ii. 208, 379, 381 Trustees of Vincennes University

v. Klein

ii. 338 v. Indiana ii. 268 v. Lancaster

i. 112 Tua v. Carriere ii. 65, 66 v. Lathrop

ii. 537 Tucker v. Ferguson ii. 268 v. Le Baron

ii. 878, 379 Turner v. Maryland i. 739, 740, 742

ii. 474, 489 v. State i. 742; ii. 221 v. Little

ii. 697 Turner, In re ii. 673, 674, 725 v. McLemore

ii. 474 Turnpike Co. v. State ii. 255 v. Marigold

ji. 02 Turpin v. Burgess

i. 736
v. Marselis

ii. 66 Twitchell v. Commonwealth ii. 651 v. Memphis

ii. 256 Two Friends, The

ii. 470
v. Moore

ii. 556 Tyler v. Defrees ii. 05 v. Morris

ii. 9, 660 Tyson v. School Directors ii. 702 v. Morrison

ji. 575 v. Nasli

ii. 588

v. New Bedford Bridge i. 112; ii. 17 Ullery v. Commonwealth ii. 696 v. New Orleans

ij. 249 Underwood v. Lilly

ii. 704 v. Ortega ii. 463, 464, 603, 697 Union Bank v. Hill i. 757 v. Palmer

ii. 384, 385 v. State ii. 274 v. Peggy, The

ii. 606 Union Ins. Co. v. Hoge

i. 312
v. Perez

ii. 565 Union Ry. Co. v. Philadelphia ii. 247, 268 v. Peters

ii. 483, 492, 538 United States v. Arredondo ii. 606 v. Pirates

ii. 89 p. Bailey

ii. 44 v. Planters' Bank of Georgia ii. 487, v. Bales of Cotton, 2693 ii. 467

490 t. Barker ii. 208 v. Railroad Bridge

ii. 19

v. Lee

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Page United States v. Ravara ü. 463, 603 Ward v. Proctor

ii. 56 v. Reese

ii. 716
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ii. 684 v Rhodes

ii. 675 Ware v. Hylton i. 158, 187, 244, 260, 294, v. Riley

ii 9, 560 336, 387, 368; ii. 349, 498, 670, 605, 606

ii 87, 88, 89 Waring v. Clark ii. 466, 472, 533 v. Tingey ii. 148, 170, 208 v. Jackson

ii. 576 v. Tobacco Factory ii. 350, 611 v. The Mayor

i. 760 v. Union Pacific R. Co. ii. 401, 408 Warner v. People i. 204 ; ii. 266, 266 v. Villato ii. 46 Warren v. McCarthy

ii. 192 v. Waddell

ii. 716
v. Paul

i. 767 v. Whiskey, 43 gallons of ii. 603 Warren Manuf. Co. v. Ætna Ins. v. William, The i. 737 ; ii. 177 Co.

ii. 191, 683 v. William Pope, The ii. 22 Warwick, The Amy

ii. 95 v. Wilson 1. 112; ii. 202, 278, 472, Washburn, In re

ii. 687 638 Washington University v. Rouse v. Wiltberger ii. 89

ii. 268 v. Wonson ii 676 Wason v. Walter

i. 631 University of Virginia v. Foy ii. 248 Watkins v. Ilolman's Lessee ii. 705 Usill v. Hales 1. 643 Watson v. Mercer ii. 220, 221, 254, 272,

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v. New York Central R. R. Co. Vadala v. Lawes ii. 188

ii. 267 Van Allen v. Assessors i. 757 ; ii. 2 Van Bokelen V. Brooklyn City

Wayman v. Southard ii. 538, 639 R. R. Co.

ii. 675
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ii. 111, 671

ii. 701 Van Camp v. Board of Education ii. 717

Webber v. Virginia Vance v. Vance

Weeks v. Milwaukee

i. 203 ii. 258 Vanderbilt v. Alams

Welch v. Wadsworth

ii. 705 ii. 701 Vanderheyden v. Young

ii. 337 Wells, Ex parte ii. 121, 122

Welton v. Missouri Vandervoorst v. Smith

ii. 187

i. 736 ; ii. 12, 15, 23 Van Hoffman v. Quincy ii. 256, 257

Western Union Tel. Co. v. Pendleton ii. 4 Van Horn v. Dorrance

v. Texas

ii. 4 ii. 570

Westervelt v. Gregg Van Ness v. Packard i. 110, 111

ii. 694, 700 Van Rensselaer v. Kearney

Westerwelt v. Lewis

ii 192 ii. 575 v Snyder

Weston v. Charleston ij. 2, 539, 640, 702

ii. 257 Van Vliet, In re

ii. 5

v. City Council of Charleston i. 757 Vanzant v. Waddell

ii. 692

West River Bridge Co. v. Dix i. 312; Veazie v. Moor ii. 10, 24, 26

ii. 268 Veazie Bank v. Fenno

Wheaton v. Peters i. 704, 754, 767 ;

i. 111, 682 ii. 37, 178

Wheeling Transportation
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ii. 400
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i. 738 Vicksburg v. Tobin

i. 738

White v. Hart ii. 247, 256, 274, 693, 670, Virginia v. Rives ii. 681

710 White's Bank v. Smith

ii. 23 v. West Virginia ii. 277, 278, 480, 500 Virginia, Ex parte

ii. 681
Whitebread v. Regina

ii. 697 Virginia Cases

Wick v. The Samuel Strong ii. 637

ii. 675 Virginin Coupon Cnocs il. 240

ii. 670

Wiggin v. United States Viveash v. Becker

Wilcox v. Jackson

ii. 820, 676 ii. 384, 402 Volunteer, The

ji. 200 ii. 400

y. Rodman Wilkes's Case

i. 609

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705 Wabash R. Co. v. Illinois

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ii. 650 Walker v. Pennsylvania ii. 681 William, The

ii 8 v. Sauvinet ii. 681 Williams v. Bruffy

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ii. 257 v. Whittier ii. 187 v. Kirkland

ii. 675 Wall, Ex parte ii. 671 v. Peyton

ii 703 Wallace v. McConnell ii. 538, 539 v. Wickerman

ii. 95 Walling v. Michigan ii. 4, 12, 15 Williamson v. Suydam

ii. 705 Wally's Heirs v. Kennedy ii. 692 9. Williamson

ii. 705 Walston v. Commonwealth ii. 221 Wilmington R. Co. v King ii. 246, 256 v. Nevin ii. 670, 681 v. Reid

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ii. 258 Worcester v. Georgia i. 106, 107; ii. 42, v. Mason ii. 638

43 v. McNamee ii. 14 v. Norwich R. Co.

ii. 269 Wilson, Ex parte ii. 562, 564 Work v. State

ii. 659 Wilson, The ii. 24 Works v. Junction R. R. Co.

ii. 19 Winter v. Jones ii. 203 Wright v. Andrews

ii. 192 Wiscart v. Dauchy ii. 501, 502, 640, 666 v. Deacon

ii. 689 Wisconsin v. Duluth ii. 16, 17, 21 v. Defrees

ii. 37 Wise v. Withers ii. 444 Wurts v. Hoagland

ii. 681 Withers v. Buckley

ii. 25, 569 Wynehamer v. People i. 826 ; ii. 694, 702 Woart v. Winnick

ii. 221 Wood v. Watkinson

ii. 192, 194 Woodhull v. Wagner ii. 66, 262 | Yarborough, Ex parte

ii. 716 Woodman v. Kilbourn Manuf. Co. Yates v. Lansing

i. 622 in. 19 Yeaton v. Fry

ii. 187 Woodruff v. Parham i. 736, 749; ii. 16, Yerger, Er parte

i. 290 22, 686 | Yick Wo v. Hopkins

ii. 681 v. Trapnall ii. 236, 263 York v. Texas

ii. 671

CONSTITUTION

OF

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

WE, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

ARTICLE I.

SECTION 1.

1. All legislative powers hercin granted shall be vested in a Con-gress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

SECTION 2.

1. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of the several States, and the electors in each State shall bave the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State legislature.

2. No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to the age of twenty-five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen.

3. Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole number of free persons, including those bound to service for a term of years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all

other persons. The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent term of ten years, in such manner as they shall by law direct. The number of representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty thousand, but each State shall have at least one representative; and, until such enumeration shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled to choose three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations one, Connecticut five, New York six, New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, North Carolina five, South Carolina five, and Georgia three.

4. When vacancies happen in the representation from any State, the executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies.

5. The House of Representatives shall choose their speaker and other officers, and shall have the sole power of impeachment.

SECTION 3.

1. The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two senators from each State, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years; and each senator shall have one vote.

2. Immediately after they shall be assembled, in consequence of the first election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three classes. The seats of the senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expiration of the second year, of the second class at the expiration of the fourth year, and of the third class at the expiration of the sixth year, so that one third may be chosen every second year; and if vacancies happen, by resignation or otherwise, during the recess of the legislature of any State, the executive thereof may make temporary appointments, until the next meeting of the legislature, which shall then fill such vacancies.

3. No person shall be a senator who shall not have attained to the age of thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State for which he shall be chosen.

4. The Vice-President of the United States shall be president of the Senate, but shall have no vote unless they be equally divided.

5. The Senate shall choose their other oflicers, and also a president pro tempore, in the absence of the Vice-President, or when he shall exercise the office of President of the United States.

6. The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. When sitting for that purpose, they shall be on oath or aflirmation.

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