Resolution of the two houses, concerning the 4th Section of the
Constitution; Dec. 17, 1831.
Resolution of the two houses, respecting Elections, and the
4th Section of the Constitution of this State; Dec. 10, 1833.
Documents and Records concerning Federal Relations generally.
Preliminary remarks by the Editor, viz:
Double character of the States’and the United States government.
Brief history of the Tariff of protection in its rise and Pro-
gress among us.
Unconstitutionality of a Tariff Protection.
Injustice of a Tariff of Protection.
Inexpedience of a Tariff of Protection.
Objections to all Custom house taxation on foreign Imports.
Power and jurisdiction of the Federal Judiciary.
Supremacy of a Congress Majority.
Report of the Committee on the preamble and Resolutions
presented by Pleasant May, Esq. member from Chesterfield, on
the subject of the Tariff. Dec. 8, 1820.
Report of the Special Committe on the decisions of the Fede-
ral Judiciary, and the acts of Congress contravening the letter
and spirit of the Constitution of the Union. Dec. 15, 1825.
Memorial, &c: being the report of a special Committee of the
Senate of South Carolina, on the resolutions submitted by Mr.
Ramsay on the subject of States Rights. Dec. 12 & 19, 1927.
Protest and Instructions of the Legislature of South Caroli-
na, on the right of Congress to impose protecting duties on Im-
ports: Dec. 19, 1828.
Resolutions on the right of Congress to impose protecting du-
ties: Dec. 20, 1828.
Exposition and Protest reported by the Special Committee of
the House of Representatives of South Carolina, on the Tariff:
Dec. 19, 1828.
Ordered to be printed, but not adopted. See note of the
Report adopted by the Legislature of the State of GEORGIA,
on the resolutions of South Carolina and Ohio. Ordered to be
printed in the Pamphlet Laws, Reports and Resolutions of South
Carolina, Dec. Session, 1829.