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.Accounts, Public, to be published - - - - - 102 .Accusation, Self, Criminals not bound to - - - - 136 .Adjournment of Congress - - - - - 67-68, 124 .Admiralty, Jurisdiction. (See Judiciary) - - - - 132 Admission of new States into the Union - - -. 97, 98 .Aliens, Suits by, and against - - - - - - 133

.Ambassadors, Appointment of - - - - - - 119 Receiving of - - - - - - - 124 Suits by and against - - - - - 132 Amendments of Constitution, how made - - - 141-142 .Appellate Jurisdiction. (See JUDic1 ARY.) - - - 133 ..Appointments, to office by President and Senate - - 120-121 by Congress, and Heads of Departments - - 121 when discretionary in Congress - - - 121 in case of vacancies - - - - - - 123 Apportionment of Representatives - - - - - 48–50 of Direct Taxes - - - - - - 49 .Arms, right to bear - - - - - - - 149 .Army and Navy, power to create and regulate - - - 88-89 .Arrest of Members of Congress - - - - - - 70 ..Arts and Science, Promotion of - - - - - - - 85 .Attainder, Prohibition of Bills of, by Congress - - 101-102 by States - - - - - - - - 105 Effect of, in Treason - - - - - 95-96 .Authors, Copyright of - - - - - - - - 85 Ayes and Noes, Call of, in Congress - - - - - 68 B.

Bail, excessive, Prohibition of - - - - - - 138 Bankruptcy, Power of Congress over - - - - - 81-82

Bills of Attainder, Prohibition of, by Congress - - 101-102

by States - - - - - 105

Bills of Credit, Prohibition of - - - - - - 104

Bills of Credit, What are - - - - - - - 104
Borrow Money, Power of Congress to - - - - • 78-79
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Capitation Taz, Power to lay - - - - - - 76-77
Captures, Regulation of - - - - - - - 87
Census, when to be taken - - - - - - - 50
Cessions, for Seat of Government - - - - - 91-92
for Ports, Arsenals, &c. - - - - - 92
Charter Governments, what - - - - - - 18-19
Citizens, Privileges and Immunities of, in each State - - 139
Coinage, Power of Congress, over - - - - - 83
Counterfeiting - - - - - - - 83
Prohibition upon the States - - - - 104
Colonies, American, Origin and Settlement of - - - 13–16
Title of Territory - - - - 14-15
Governments in - - - - - 17–19
Rights of - - - - - - 19–22
Colonies, Legislative powers of - - - - - - 19
Columbia, District of - - - - - - - - 91-92
Legislation in - - - - - - 91-92
Commerce, Power of Congress to regulate. (See TAxes.) - 79–81
Foreign - - - - - - - 79-80
Domestic - - - - - - - 80
with Indians - - - - - - - 80
Exclusive power in Congress - - - - 81
Common Defence, Importance of - - - - - 39-40
Taxes for - - - - - - 75
Compacts, by States - - - - - - - 103-104

Compensation. (See PREs IDENT, Judges.)
For Property taken for Public uses - - - 437

Contempts of Congress, how punishable - - - - 69
Confederation, Origin and Formation of - - - - - 25
Defects of - - - - - - - 25–29
congress, Division into two branches - - - - 43-44
House of Representatives - - - - - 44–52

Senate - - - - - - - - 53–60
Qualifications of Representatives - - - 46-47
Of Senators - - - - 58-59

Elections of - - - - - - - - 5

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Meetings of - - - - - - - - 66
Congress, Privileges of - - - - - - - 66–70
Journals of, to be kept - - - - - - 68
Contempts of - - - - - - - 69
Adjournment of - - - - - - 67,68, 124
Quorum of - - - - - - - - 67
Rules of - - - - - - - 67-68
Ayes and Noes - - - - - - - 68
Compensation of - - - - - - - 69
Disqualification, of Members of - - - - 70-71
Impeachments - - - - - - - 60–65
Mode of Passing Laws - - - - - 71–75
Power to Lay Taxes - - - - - - 75–78
Borrow Money - - - - - 78-79
Regulate Commerce - - - - 79-81
Naturalization - - - - - 81
Bankrupt Laws - - - - 81-82
Coin Money - - - - - - 83
Weights and Measures - - - • 83
Counterfeiting Coin - - - - - 83
Post-offices and Post-roads - - - 84,94
Promotion of Science and Arts - - - 85
Piracy and Felonies on the High Seas - 86
Offences against the Law of Nations - - 86
War and Captures - - - - 86-87
Army and Navy - - - - 88-89
Militia * - - - - - 90-91
Seat of Government - - - 91-92
Forts, Arsenals, Dock-yards, &c, - - 92
Incidental and Resulting Powers - 93,99
Vacancy in Presidency - - - 115
Establishment of Judiciary - 85, 125–131
Treason, punishment of • - - 95-96
State Records, proof and effect of - 96-97
Admission of new States - - - 97-98
Government of Territories - - 98-99
Conscience, Rights of - - - - . - - 146-148
Constitution of United States.
Origin and Adoption of - - - - 30-31
Whether a Compact or League - - - 33
~ Formed by the People, and not by States - - 33

Final Interpreter, who is

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