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" The supreme court, established by this constitution, shall have the same jurisdiction as the supreme judicial court at present established, and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending in the same; and shall be held at... "
Journal of the House of the State of Vermont - Page 574
by Vermont. General Assembly. House of Representatives - 1855
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The American's Guide: Comprising the Declaration of Independence; the ...

Constitutions - 1843 - 419 pages
...constitution, shall be as valid against the State as if this constitution had not bcfti adopted. 3. The Supreme Court, established by this constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the Supreme Judicial Court at present established, and shall have jurisdiction of ail causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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Might and Right

Frances Harriet Green - Dorr Rebellion, 1842 - 1844 - 345 pages
...citizens of the town of Jamestown shall be forever hereafter exempted from military field duty. 20. The Supreme Court, established by this Constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the Supreme Judicial Court at present established; and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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Might and right

Frances Harriet Green - Dorr Rebellion, 1842 - 1844 - 345 pages
...Constitution, shall be as valid against the State, as if this Constitution had not been made. 20. The Srpreme Court, established by this Constitution, shall have...the same jurisdiction as the Supreme Judicial Court at present established ; and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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The American's Guide

Law - 1855
...constitution, shall he as valid against the State as if this constitution had not been adopted. 3. The Supreme Court, established by this constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the Supreme Judicial Court at present established, and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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The Revised Statutes of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations ...

Samuel Ames - Law - 1857 - 804 pages
...constitution, shall be as valid against the state as if this constitution had not been adopted. SEC. 3. The supreme court, established by this constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the supreme judicial court at present established, and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THOMAS WILSON DORR

DAN KING - 1859
...constitution, shall be as valid against the state as if this constitution had not been adopted. SEC. 3. The Supreme Court, established by this constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the Supreme Judicial Court at present established ; and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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Constitution of the state of New York: adopted in 1846 : with a comparative ...

New York (State) - Constitutional law - 1867 - 243 pages
...Supreme Court, but on no other court to any greater extent than is now provided by law. RI, 479. The Supreme Court, established by this Constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the Supreme Judicial Court at present established, and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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The General Statutes of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations ...

Law - 1872 - 770 pages
...constitution, shall be as valid against the state as if this constitution had not been adopted. SEC. 3. The supreme court, established by this constitution,...the same jurisdiction as the supreme judicial court at present established, and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to, or pending...
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A Short History of Rhode Island

George Washington Greene - Rhode Island - 1877 - 356 pages
...this constitution, ahall be as valid against the state as if this constitution had not been made. 20. The supreme court established by this constitution...the same jurisdiction as the supreme judicial court at present established ; and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed toor pending...
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The Methods of Changing the Constitutions of the States: Especially that of ...

James Bradley Thayer - Constitutional conventions - 1885 - 222 pages
...of all other courts may from time to time be regulated by the general assembly." Art. XI., Sec. 1. " The supreme court established by this constitution...the same jurisdiction as the supreme judicial court at present established ; and shall have jurisdiction of all causes which may be appealed to or pending...
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