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JUDICIAL POWER, restriction as to suits against a State. (See 11 A* 46

also vi. Wheat. 402; Pet. 110; vii.

Pet. 627.)
JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS of each State are entitled to faith
and credit in every State -

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JURY TRIAL secured, and shall be held in the State where

the crime shall have been committed : 3 2 32
further regulated -

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secured in suits at common law where the value

in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars. 7. A* 45
(See also viii. Wheat. 85, 674.)

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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

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MARQUE AND REPRISAL, letters of
Militia to be called out, armed, &c., by Congress

to be officered by the States
to be commanded by President

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
States cannot make

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NATURALIZATION, uniform rules
Navy, Congress to provide and govern
NOBILITY, titles of, shall not be granted by the U. 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
ORDER of one House, requiring the concurrence of the

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OATH, of the President

of the public officers

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Pardons, President may grant

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PATENTS to be granted to inventors

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PETITION, right of

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Persons held to labor or service, their importation or mi-

gration into the United States may be prohib-
ited after 1808

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

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Piracy, Congress to prescribe punishment

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Post OFFICES AND POST ROADS, establishment of

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

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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
PRESS, freedom of

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PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. vested with the Executive power %

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shall be chosen for four years

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how elected

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qualifications for

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who shall act in case of vacancy %

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compensation of

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shall take an oath of office

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may be removed by impeachment 2

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PRESIDENT, commander of army, navy, and militia

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may require the written opinions of the heads
of Departments

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may reprieve and pardon

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may make treaties, with consent of the Senate 2

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may appoint to office, with the consent of the
Senate

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shall fill up vacancies happening during the re-
cess of the Senate

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shall give information to Congress, and recom-

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PRESIDENT may convene both Houses, or either House 2 3

may adjourn them in case of disagreement 2
shall receive ambassadors and public ministers 3
shall take care that the laws be faithfully exe-
cuted

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shall commission all officers.

(See also 2
i. Cranch, 137.)
PRIVILEGES and immunities of members of Congress 1 6

of citizens. (See Citizens, also Rights.)
PROPERTY, Congress to provide for care of public property 4

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shall not be taken for public use without just
compensation

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PUNISHMENTS, cruel and unusual, prohibited

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QUORUM, for business, what shall be

of States, in choosing a President by the House

of Representatives
QUARTERED, no soldier to be quartered on a citizen

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Receipts and expenditures, accounts of, to be published 1 9 22
Records, how to be authenticated. (See also vii. Cranch, 4 1 34

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 i A* 42

iii. Yeates, 520.)
religious test not required

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REPRIEVES, granted by the President

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REPRESENTATIVES, HOUSE OF, composed of members chosen

every second year. (See 1 2 6

also v. Wheat. 422.)
qualifications of inhabitants - 1

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qualifications of members 1 2
apportionment of

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vacancies, how supplied 1 2
shall choose their officers 1
shall have the power of im-
peachment

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shall be the judge of the elec-

tion and qualifications of
its members

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REPRESENTATIVES, HOUSE OF, what shall be a quorum 1 5 12

any number may adjourn

and compel the attendance
of absentees

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may determine the rules of
proceeding

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may punish or expel a member 1 5 12
shall keep a journal and pub-
lish the same

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shall not adjoum for more

than three days, nor to any
other place, without the

consent of the Senate 1 5. 13
one-fifth may require the yeas

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shall originate bills for rais-
ing revenue

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compensation to be ascer-
tained by law -

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privileged from arrest, except
in certain cases

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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

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shall not serve as electors of President 2 1 25
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 1
RESOLUTION, order, or vote, requiring the concurrence of

both Houses, to undergo the formalities of
bills

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REVENUE BILLS, to originate in House of Representatives 1 7 14
RIGHTS OF THE CITIZEN declared to be

privileges of citizens of the seve-
ral States

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liberty of conscience in matters
of religion

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freedom of speech and of the
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to assemble and petition

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RIGHTS OF THE CITIZEN to keep and bear arms

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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 A* 43
also iii. Cranch, 448, 453; vi.

Binney, 316.)
to be free from answering for a

crime, unless on presentment

or indictment of a jury - 5 A* 43
not to be twice jeoparded for the
same offence

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not to be compelled to be a wit-
ness against himself

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not to be deprived of life, liberty,

or property, without due course
of law

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private property not to be taken
for public use

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(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

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in civil cases, trial to be by a jury,

and shall only be re-examined

according to common law ng A* 45
excessive bail shall not be re-

quired, excessive finesimposed,
nor cruel or unusual punish-
ments inflicted

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enumeration of certain rights

shall not operate against re-
tained rights

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RULES, each House shall determine its own

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