Debates which Arose in the House of Representatives of South-Carolina: On the Constitution Framed for the United States, by a Convention of Delegates Assembled at Philadelphia. Together with Such Notices of the Convention as Could be Procured
A.E. Miller, 1831 - Constitutional law - 95 pages
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