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Article 1, Section 9, Clause 1



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Generally 1.2.3; 4.2.3; 4.3.1

Continental Congress, Agreement to Abolish Slave Trade, 20 Oct. 1774, Journals 1:32

Records of the Federal Convention, Farrand 2:378, 396, 408--9, 446, 449--50, 571, 596, 640

Centinel, no. 3, 5 Nov. 1787, Storing, 2.7.76

James McHenry, Maryland House of Representatives, 29 Nov. 1787, Farrand 3:149

A Friend of the Rights of the People, 8 Feb. 1788, Storing 4.23.3

Republicus, 1 Mar. 1788, Storing 5.13.14

James Iredell, Marcus, Answers to Mr. Mason's Objections to the New Constitution, 1788, Pamphlets 367

Phileleutheros, 21 May 1788, Storing 4.27.5

Respublica v. Betsey, 1 Dall. 469 (Pa. 1789)

House of Representatives, Slave Trade, 11--12 Feb., 17, 22--23 Mar. 1790, Annals 2:1184--91, 1198--1205, 1451--64, 1466--71

Tench Coxe to James Madison, 31 Mar. 1790, Farrand 3:361

George Mason, Deficiencies of the Constitution, 30 Sept. 1792, Farrand 3:367

Edmund Randolph, Abduction and Restitution of Slaves, 1 Nov. 1792, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 29

Kentucky Constitution of 1792, art. 9, Thorpe 3:1272--73

An Act to Prohibit the Carrying On the Slave Trade from the United States to Any Foreign Place or Country, 1 Stat. 347 (1794)

Respublica v. Richards, 2 Dall. 224 (Pa. 1795)

House of Representatives, Alien Enemies, June 1798, Annals 8:1968--69, 1992--93, 2003--5

Kentucky Constitution of 1799, art. 7, secs. 1 & 2, Thorpe 1287--88

Wilson v. Isbell, 5 Call 425 (Va. 1805)

Scott v. London, 3 Cranch 324 (1806)

Butler v. Hopper, 4 Fed. Cas. 904, no. 2,241 (C.C.D.Pa. 1806)

Indiana Constitution of 1816, art. 11, sec. 7, Thorpe 2:1070

Mississippi Constitution of 1817, art. 6, secs. 1 and 2, Thorpe 4:2045

Senate, The African Slave Trade, 12 Jan. 1818, Annals 31:94--108

Harry v. Decker, 1 Walker 36 (Miss. 1818)

William Wirt, Duties of Collectors Concerning the Slave Trade, 8 Oct. 1819, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 312

William Wirt, Suppression of Slave Trade, 14, 16 Oct. 1819, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 315, 317

Alabama Constitution of 1819, art. 6, secs. 1--3, Thorpe 1:111--12

William Wirt, The Slave Trade, 2 Jan. 1820, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 334

James Madison to Robert Walsh, 11 Jan. 1820, Farrand 3:438

The Josefa Segunda, 5 Wheat. 338 (1820)

William Wirt, Importation of Slaves, 20 Jan. 1821, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 447

Lewis v. Fullerton, 1 Rand. 15 (Va. 1821)

William Wirt, Concerning the Importation of Slaves, 5 Nov. 1821, 1 Ops. Atty. Gen. 503

Winny v. Whitesides, 1 Mo. 472 (1824)

Documents Relating to the Slave Trade Referred to in the Case of the Antelope, 10 Wheat. App. 3 (1825)

LaGrange v. Chouteau, 2 Mo. 20 (1828)

John Macpherson Berrien, The Grampus and the Slave Trade, 18 Aug. 1830, 2 Ops. Atty. Gen. 365

James Macpherson Berrien, Validity of the South Carolina Police Bill, 25 Mar. 1831, 2 Ops. Atty. Gen. 427

Roger B. Taney, Slaves on British Vessels Trading with the United States, 6 Dec. 1831, 2 Ops. Atty. Gen. 475

Roger B. Taney, Importation of Slaves, 20 Dec. 1831, 2 Ops. Atty. Gen. 479

Mississippi Constitution of 1832, art. 7, secs. 1--3, Thorpe 4:2062

Julia v. McKinney, 3 Mo. 270 (1833)

Betty v. Horton, 5 Leigh 615 (Va. 1833)

Lee v. Lee, 8 Pet. 44 (1834)


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