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BY JAMES BRADLEY THAYER.
UNIVERSITY PRESS :
PREFATORY NOTE TO PART ONE.
The pages which follow constitute the first part of a collection of cases on Constitutional Law, in two volumes, which will be published as soon as may be during the current year. This collection is made primarily for the use of my own classes at the Harvard Law School. I hope that it may also prove useful elsewhere; indeed, the present fragment of the collection is now printed in advance of the rest, in order to meet the immediate requirements of my friend Professor Blewett Lee, of the Law Department of the Northwestern University at Chicago.
If it should seem that these earlier pages contain an undue amount of preliminary and illustrative matter, the reader is asked to remember that they are only the beginning (something less, perhaps, than a quarter) of the more considerable collection above named, and that in the pages which are to follow there will be comparatively little occasion for inserting such additions.
a rule arguments of counsel are omitted without mention. Other omissions are indicated.
JAMES BRADLEY THAYER.
March 15, 1894.
TABLE OF SUBJECTS.
5. PASSAGES FROM THE COLONIAL CHARTERS OF CONNECTICUT