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****Energetic Government: Oliver Ellsworth, Landholder, no. 3
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle 9 Energetic Government CHAPTER 9 | Document 3 Oliver Ellsworth, Landholder, no. 3 19 Nov. 1787 Essays 146--49 To the Holders and Tillers of Land. Gentlemen, When we rushed to arms for preventing British usurpation, liberty was the argument ...
****Article 1, Section 9, Clause 3: Oliver Ellsworth, Landholder, no. 6
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 1, Section 9, Clause 3 Document 9 Oliver Ellsworth, Landholder, no. 6 10 Dec. 1787 Essays 163 There is to be no ex post facto laws. This was moved by Mr. Gerry and supported by Mr. Mason, and is exceptional only as being unnecessary ...
****Article 1, Section 8, Clause 1: Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut Ratifying Convention
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 1, Section 8, Clause 1 Document 15 Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut Ratifying Convention 7 Jan. 1788 Elliot 2:190--97 Mr. President, this is a most important clause in the Constitution; and the gentlemen do well to offer all the objections ...
****Article 6, Clause 3: Oliver Ellsworth, Landholder, NO. 7
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 6, Clause 3 Document 14 Oliver Ellsworth, Landholder, NO. 7 17 Dec. 1787 Essays 168--71 Some very worthy persons, who have not had great advantages for information, have objected against that clause in the constitution which provides ...
****Article 3, Section 2, Clause 1: Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut Ratifying Convention
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 3, Section 2, Clause 1 Document 13 Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut Ratifying Convention 7 Jan. 1788 Elliot 2:196 This Constitution defines the extent of the powers of the general government. If the general legislature should at any time ...
   *Article 4, Section 2, Clause 1: Crandall v. State
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 4, Section 2, Clause 1 Document 21 Crandall v. State 10 Conn. 339 1834 This was an information, filed by the prosecuting attorney for the county of Windham, for a violation of the statute of 1833, regarding the instruction of coloured ...
   *Article 1, Section 5, Clauses 1--4: Senate, Contested Election of Mr. Gallatin
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 1, Section 5, Clauses 1--4 Document 16 Senate, Contested Election of Mr. Gallatin 20--22, 28 Feb. 1794 Annals 4:48--55, 57 [20 Feb.] Mr. Gallatin accordingly rose and recapitulated the facts stated in the written paper which he had presented ...
   *Article 2, Section 2, Clauses 2 and 3: John Adams, Notes of a Debate in the Senate
... be more corrupt than the executive. Have we not been witnesses of corrupt acts of legislatures, making depredations? Rhode Island yet perseveres. Ellsworth. We are sworn to support the Constitution. There is an explicit grant of power to the President, which contains the power of removal. The executive ...
   *Article 6, Clause 2: SEE ALSO:
... Federal Convention, Farrand 1:171--73, 243; 2:132, 144, 169, 183, 409, 572, 589, 603, 639 Vox Populi, no. 3, 19 Nov. 1787, Storing 4.4.35--40 Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut Ratifying Convention, 7 Jan. 1788, Farrand 3:240--41 Oliver Ellsworth, Reply to a Landholder, no. 10, 29 Feb. 1788, Essays 184 Luther ...
   *Article 3, Section 2, Clause 2: Wiscart v. D'Auchy
Independence Hall Home Search Contents Indexes Help Eagle Article 3, Section 2, Clause 2 Document 7 Wiscart v. D'Auchy 3 Dall. 321 1796 Ellsworth, Chief Justice.--The question, how far a statement of facts by the circuit court is conclusive, having been already argued in another cause, we are prepared ...

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