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State of the colonies before and during the Revolution,
3 5 5
Of the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union,
Their nature and object,
8 ib. ib. 10 12
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General View of the Constitution.
Title of the instrument,
19 ib. ib.
Of the legislative department,
Division into two branches,
ib. 20 ib. ib. 21
Of the Executive Department,
Of the president-his council and responsibility,
22 ib. ib. 23 ib. ib. 25 ib. 26
Of the Judiciary Department,
Appointment of judges and their term of office,
Supreme, circuit and district courts,
Appointment of officers and salaries,
Manner of appointing officers and filling vacancies,
ib. ib. 28
Of the Powers, Rights and Duties of the General and State Govern
Foreign relations—War, Peace, Treaties,
Power of declaring and making war vested in congress,
dent and senate,
The power of taxation vested in congress,
- bills of revenue,
32 ib. ib.
General and special powers of congress to make penal
35 36 ib. ib. ib. ib.
Extent of the judicial power,
ment and the states,
Of the admission of new states into the Union,
39 ib. ib.
Local Jurisdiction of Congress,
Places over which congress have exclusive legislation,
Miscellaneous powers of Congress,
Special powers of congress,
ib. ib. 41
Protection of the States and guarantee of Republican govern
Restrictions on State and Federal Power,
Restrictions on the states,
in the reserved powers,
43 ib. 44 ib.
Public Law between the States,
Mutual rights of citizens,
vered up on demand,
have full faith and credit in every other state,
reignty, Distribution of powers between the federal and state govern
No. I. Declaration of Independence,