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Judicial power, restriction as to suits against a State. (See 11
also vi. Wheat. 402; Pet. 110; vii.
Pet. 627.)

JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS of each State are entitled to faith
and credit in every State -
JURY TRIAL secured, and shall be held in the State where
the crime shall have been committed -
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secured in suits at common law where the value

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LAW, what is declared the supreme
LAW, COMMON, recognised and established

LAWS, President to see them faithfully executed
LEGISLATIVE POWERS, vested in Congress. (See Congress.)
LOANS, authority to make

MARQUE AND REPRISAL, letters of

MILITIA to be called out, armed, &c., by Congress

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in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars. 7.
(See also viii. Wheat. 85, 674.)

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to be officered by the States

to be commanded by President

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their right to keep and bear arms secured

MONEY shall be drawn from the treasury, only by appro-

priation laws

Congress to coin and regulate value

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NATURALIZATION, uniform rules

NAVY, Congress to provide and govern

NOBILITY, titles of, shall not be granted by the U. States
nor by the States

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OFFICERS, of House of Representatives shall be chosen by

the House -

of the Senate shall be chosen by the Senate
civil, may be removed by impeachment

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ORDER of one House, requiring the concurrence of the

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OATH, of the President

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PARDONS, President may grant

PATENTS to be granted to inventors

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of the public officers

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PETITION, right of

PERSONS held to labor or service, their importation or mi-
gration into the United States may be prohib-
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PIRACY, Congress to prescribe punishment
POST OFFICES AND POST ROADS, establishment of

POWERS not delegated to Congress, nor prohibited to the
States, are reserved. (See also i. Wheat. 325.) 10
Legislative. (See Congress.)

Executive. (See President.)
Judicial. (See Judicial.)

PREAMBLE. (See also i. Wheat. 324, and v. Wheat. 420.)
PRESENTS from foreign powers to public officers prohibited 1
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PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. vested with the Executive power
shall be chosen for four years

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how elected

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escaping from one State to another, shall be de-
livered up to those entitled to service

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PRESIDENT, Commander of army, navy, and militia

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qualifications for

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who shall act in case of vacancy 2

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shall take an oath of office -

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may require the written opinions of the heads

of Departments

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Senate

shall fill up vacancies happening during the re-

cess of the Senate

shall give information to Congress, and recom-

mend measures

may be removed by impeachment 2

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may reprieve and pardon

may make treaties, with consent of the Senate 2

may appoint to office, with the consent of the

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PRESIDENT may convene both Houses, or either House 2
may adjourn them in case of disagreement

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shall receive ambassadors and public ministers 2

shall take care that the laws be faithfully exe-

cuted

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shall commission all officers. (See also 2 3
i. Cranch, 137.)

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PRIVILEGES and immunities of members of Congress
of citizens. (See Citizens, also Rights.)
PROPERTY, Congress to provide for care of public property 4
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compensation
PUNISHMENTS, cruel and unusual, prohibited

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QUORUM, for business, what shall be

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of Representatives

QUARTERED, no soldier to be quartered on a citizen

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RECEIPTS and expenditures, accounts of, to be published
RECORDS, how to be authenticated. (See also vii. Cranch, 4
481; iii. Wheat. 234; vi. Wheat. 129; i. Pet.
81, 352; x. Serg. & Rawle, 242.)

RELIGION, no law to be made, free exercise of. (See also
iii. Yeates, 520.)

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REPRIEVES, granted by the President

REPRESENTATIVES, HOUSE OF, Composed of members chosen

every second year. (See 1
also v. Wheat. 422.)

qualifications of inhabitants -
qualifications of members
apportionment of
vacancies, how supplied
shall choose their officers

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shall have the power of im-

peachment

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shall be the judge of the elec-

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what shall be a quorum
any number may adjourn

and compel the attendance
of absentees

may determine the rules of

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shall keep a journal and pub-
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REPRESENTATIVES, shall not be questioned for speech or

debate in the House

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shall not be appointed to office
shall not serve as electors of President
and direct taxes apportioned according
to numbers. (See also v. Wheat. 317.) 1
REPRESENTATION of a State, vacancies in, supplied until a
new election by executive authority
RESOLUTION, order, or vote, requiring the concurrence of
both Houses, to undergo the formalities of
bills
REVENUE BILLS, to originate in House of Representatives
RIGHTS OF THE CITIZEN declared to be

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privileges of citizens of the seve-
ral States
liberty of conscience in matters
of religion
freedom of speech and of the
press
to assemble and petition

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to be exempt from the quartering

of soldiers

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to be secure from unreasonable
searches and seizures. (See 4
also iii. Cranch, 448, 453; vi.
Binney, 316.)

to be free from answering for a
crime, unless on presentment
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not to be twice jeoparded for the
same offence

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not to be compelled to be a wit-
ness against himself
not to be deprived of life, liberty,

or property, without due course
of law
private property not to be taken
for public use

(See also iii. Yeates, 362; vi.
Binn. 509; ii. Dall. 312; i.
Serg. & R. 382; vi. Cowen,
530; vii. Pet. 243.)
in criminal prosecutions, shall
enjoy the right of a speedy
trial by jury, with all the
means necessary for his de-
fence

RULES, each House shall determine its own
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SEAT OF GOVERNMENT, exclusive legislation

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in civil cases, trial to be by a jury,
and shall only be re-examined
according to common law
excessive bail shall not be re-
quired, excessive fines imposed,
nor cruel or unusual punish-
ments inflicted
enumeration of certain rights
shall not operate against re-
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