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A Treatise on Injunctions and Other Extraordinary Remedies: Covering Habeas ... - Page 1098
by Thomas Carl Spelling - 1901 - 1894 pages
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Report of the Case of Edward Prigg Against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ...

Edward Prigg, Richard Peters - Fugitive slaves - 1842 - 140 pages
...supersede all state legislation upon the same subject ; and by necessary implication prohibit it. For if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate...and they do actually regulate it in a given manner, [Prigg v. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.] and in a certain form ; it cannot be that the state legislatures...
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Report of the Case of Edward Prigg Against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ...

Edward Prigg, Richard Peters - Fugitive slaves - 1842 - 140 pages
...subject, and they do actually regulate it in a given manner, [Prigg v. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.] and in a certain form; it cannot be that the state legislatures have a right to interfere. This doctrine was fully recognised in the case of Houston ». Moore, 5 Wheat. Rep. 1,21, 22. Where...
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The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America, Volume 1

United States - United States - 1850
...supersede all state legislation upon the sume subject; and by necessary implication prohibit it. For if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate...the state legislatures have a right to interfere. Where Congress have an exclusive power over a subject, it is not competent for state legislation to...
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The New-York Legal Observer, Volume 4

Samuel Owen - Law - 1846
...supersede all state legislation upon the same subject, and by necessary implication prohibit it. For if congress have a constitutional power to regulate...manner, and in a certain form, it cannot be that the states have a right to interfere. In Houston v. Moore, 5 Wheat., 1, it is expressly held, that where...
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The American Law Journal, Volume 2

Law - 1850
...supersede all State legislation upon Ike subject ; and, by necessary implication, prohibit it.— For, if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate...State legislatures have a right to interfere, and u it were, by WRy of compliment to the legislation of Congress, to pretcribe additional regulations,...
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The Statutes at Large and Treaties of the United States of America ..., Volume 1

United States - Law - 1850
...supersede all state legislation upon the same subject ; and by necessary implication prohibit it. For if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate...the state legislatures have a right to interfere. Where Congress have an exclusive power over a subject, it is not competent for state legislation to...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 27

United States - 1850
...supersede alístate legislation upon the subject; and, by necessary implication, prohibit it. Fur, if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate...actually regulate it in a given manner, and in a certain furm, it cannot be that tbe State legislatures have a right to interfere, and as it were, by way of...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 27

Thomas Prentice Kettell, Conrad Swackhamer - United States - 1850
...Congress have а соты мнили] power to regulate a particular subject, and they do actunlly regulate it in a given manner, and in a certain form, it caunot be that the State legislatures have a right to interfere, and as it were, by way of compliment...
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Commentaries on the constitution of the United States

Joseph Story - 1851
...supersede all state legislation upon the same subject; and by necessary implication prohibit it. For if congress have a constitutional power to regulate...legislatures have a right to interfere; and, as it were. bv way of compliment to the legislation of congress, to prescribe additional regulations, and what...
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Life and letters of Joseph Story: associate justice of the Supreme ..., Volume 2

William Wetmore Story - Biography & Autobiography - 1851
...State legislation on the same subject. For if Congress have a constitutional power to regulate a given subject, and they do actually regulate it in a given manner and form, the subject is as clearly established by its omissions, as by its actual provisions, and it is...
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