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A

SECTION
Accounts,

238
Adjournment, neither house can adjourn without the
other's consent,

89, 90
Adjutant General,
Ambassador, what,

548
Alien,

147-149, 153
Amendments,

411–413, 423-434
Arms, right of the people to bear,

427
Arrest, privilege from,

91, 93--99

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Capitation Tax,

235
Census,

47
Charter Governments,

3

530
Citizens of each state, privileges of,

399, 400
Citizenship,

343--346
Colonies, forms of government in,
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

8
66 1775,

10
how composed,
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

66 1765,

66

35, 37

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

143-146
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,

156
power of to provide for the punishment of
counterfeiting,

158
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

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, 210-219
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,

33
the Supreme Law,

415. 417
preamble of,

28-32
construction of,

458-462
proceeds from the people,

515
acts upon individual states,

516
how put into operation,

537, 538
of New-York, what,

467-476
compared with V. States, 477–183
Constitutions of the states, how they agree,

496, 497
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,

14
Contempts,

83_86
Copyrights,

181-183
Contracts, the obligation of,

250–253, 255-270
Corruption of blood,

394

D

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

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72, 73

Elections for Senators and Representatives, times, pla-

ces and manner of holding,
Election returns, and qualifications of members of Con-
gress,

76, 78
Electors of President, how chosen,

288, 289, 297
Engineer Department,

629
Executive of the United States, who,

286, 287
Ex post facto law,

234
Expulsion of members of Congress, what for,

82

F

Fugitives from justice,
Foreign intercourse,

399_401

456

G
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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