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" ... to Congress, and would disable the Congress of the United States from giving satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities, of treaties or other breaches of the law of nations, and would enable a jury in any one State... "
Journal - Página 420
por Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Senate - 1808
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Lectures on the Constitution of the United States

Samuel Freeman Miller - 1891 - 765 páginas
...disable the Congress of the United States from giving LECTURE I. Resolutions of Congress. satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities,...jury in any one State to involve the United States in hostilities; a construction which for these and many other reasons is inadmissible : " That this power...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volumen16

1892
...the power of war and peace entrusted to Congress, and would disable Congress from giving satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities, of treaties, or other branches of the law of nations, and would enable a jury in any one State to involve the United States...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volumen16

1892
...the power of war and peace entrusted to Congress, and would disable Congress from giving satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities, of treaties, or other branches of the law of nations, and would enable a jury in any one State to involve the United States...
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Annual Report of the Illinois State Bar Association

Illinois State Bar Association - 1901
...the power of war and peace entrusted to Congress, and would disable Congress from giving satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities, of treaties, or other branches of the law of nations, and would enable a jury in any one State to involve the United States...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789: April 23-Sept. 1, 1779, 1909

United States. Continental Congress - 1909
...intrusted to Congress, and would disable the Congress of the United States from giving satisfaction to foreign Nations complaining of a violation of neutralities,...in any one State, to involve the United States in hostilities, a construction, which for these and many other reasons is inadmissible: And whereas in...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, Volumen13

United States. Continental Congress - 1909
...Essential part of the Power of War and Peace; and would disable the Congress from giving Satisfaction to foreign Nations complaining of a Violation of Neutralities,...or other breaches of the Law of Nations, and would, therefore, enable a Jury in any one State, to involve the United States in War Hostilities; a Construction...
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The United States of America: A Study in International Organization

James Brown Scott - 1920 - 605 páginas
...entrusted to Congress, and would disable the Congress of the United States from giving satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities,...jury in any one State to involve the United States in hostilities; a construction which for these and many other reasons is inadmissible: That this power...
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United States Reports: ... and Rules Announced at ...

United States. Supreme Court - 1889
...entrusted to Congress, and would disable the Congress of the United States from giving satisfaction to foreign nations complaining of a violation of neutralities,...jury in any one State to involve the United States in hostilities ; a construction which for these and many other reasons is inadmissible : " That this power...
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Naval history of the United States, from the commencement of the ..., Volumen2

Thomas Clark - 1814
...foreign nations complaining of a violation of the neutralities, of treaties or other breaches of the laws of nations; and would enable a jury in any one state to involve the United States in hostilities; a construction which, for these and many other reasons, is inadmissable : " That the power...
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