A Treatise on Citizenship: By Birth and by Naturalization with Reference to the Law of Nations, Roman Civil Law, Law of the United States of America, and the Law of France : Including Provisions in the Federal Constitution, and in the Several State Constitutions, in Respect of Citizenship : Together with Decisions Thereon of the Federal and State Courts
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