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" It would be a long time before it would be populous enough to be created into one or more independent States; and in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and... "
Memoir of Bishop Seabury - Page 168
by William Jones Seabury - 1908 - 453 pages
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 1

James Kent - 1832
...subject of grave consideration what would be the future civil and political destiny of that country. It would be a long time before it would be populous...created into one or more independent states; and, in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and even by the judicial decisions of...
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A Course of Lectures on the Constitutional Jurisprudence of the United ...

William Alexander Duer - 1843 - 419 pages
...the future civil and political destiny of that country. It would be a long time," he continues, 'f before it would be populous enough to be created into one or more independent states ; and, in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and the judicial decisions of the Supreme...
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A Course of Lectures on the Constitutional Jurisprudence of the United ...

William Alexander Duer - 1843 - 419 pages
...more independent states ; and, in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and the judicial decisions of the Supreme Court, the colonists would be in a state of most complete subordination, and as dependant upon the will of Congress as the people of this country...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 160

1845
...the future civil and political destiny of that country. It •would be a long time," he continues, " before it would be populous enough to be created into one or more independent states ; and, in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and the judicial decisions of the Supreme...
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A Course of Lectures on the Constitutional Jurisprudence of the United ...

William Alexander Duer - 1845 - 419 pages
...future civil and political destiny of that tountry. It would be a long time," he continues, " befoi,j it would be populous enough to be created into one or more independent states ; and, in the mean time, upon tie doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and the judicial decisions of the Supreme...
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 1

James Kent - 1851
...*subject of grave consideration, what would be the future civil and political destiny of that country. It would be a long time before it would be populous...created into one or more independent states ; and in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of congress, and even by the judicial decisions of...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and ..., Volume 15

United States. Congress. Senate - 1856
...subject of grave consideration what would be the future civil and political destiny of that country. It would be a long time before it would be populous...created into one or more independent States; and in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the acts of Congress, and even by the judicial decisions of...
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Speech of Hon. H.S. Geyer, of Missouri, on the Kansas Controversy: Delivered ...

Henry Sheffie Geyer - 1856 - 29 pages
...nature of the power he supposed to have been assumed, remarks: " Upon the doctrine taught by the et of Congress, and even by the judicial decisions of...Supreme Court, the colonists would be in a state of most complete subordination, and as dependent upon the will of Congress as the people of this country...
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Citizenship Sovereignty

John Stephen Wright, John Holmes Agnew - 1863 - 208 pages
...future civil and political destiny by Congress. of tnat country. It would be a long time," he thought, " before it would be populous enough to be created into one or more independent States ; and in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the Acts of Congress, and the judicial decisions of the Bame...
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CITIZENSHIP SOVERNREIGNTY

J.S. WRIGHT - 1863
...civil and political destiny by Congress. o f that country. It would be a long time," he thought, " before it would be populous enough to be created into one or more independent States; and in the mean time, upon the doctrine taught by the Acts of Congress, and the judicial decisions of the Same...
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