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" State, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the general government; they may in such cases invest some of their own officers with the power of negotiation, and... "
Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society - Page 257
edited by - 1909
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A View of the Constitution of the United States of America

William Rawle - Constitutional law - 1825 - 347 pages
...state, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the state may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the general government,...invest some of their own officers with the power of negociation, and may declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession...
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A View of the Constitution of the United States of America

William Rawle - Constitutional law - 1829 - 349 pages
...state, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the state may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the general government,...negotiation, and may declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession must in such case be distinctly and peremptorily declared...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1903
...State, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the general government;...negotiation, and may declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession must in such case be distinctly and peremptorily declared...
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Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, Historical ..., Volume 1

Roger Foster - Constitutional history - 1895 - 713 pages
...State, although a Secession may, perhaps, be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the General Government;...negotiation, and may declare an absolute Secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the Secession must in such case be distinctly and peremptorily declared...
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Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, Historical ..., Volume 1

Roger Foster - Constitutional history - 1895 - 713 pages
...State, although a Secession may, perhaps, be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the General Government...may, in such cases, invest some of their own officers witli the power of negotiation, and may declare an absolute Secession in case of their failure. Still,...
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The Constitutional Ethics of Secession, And, "War is Hell": Two ..., Volume 14

Charles Francis Adams - Constitutional law - 1903 - 41 pages
...State, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the general government...negotiation, and may declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession must in such case be distinctly and peremptorily declared...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1903
...State, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the general government...their own officers' with the power of negotiation, and m:iy declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession must in...
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The Civil War: The National View, Volume 15

Francis Newton Thorpe - United States - 1906 - 535 pages
...State, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the General Government;...negotiation, and may declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession must in such case be distinctly and peremptorily declared...
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The History of North America: The Civil War: the national view, by F.N. Thorpe

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - Indians of North America - 1906
...State, although a secession may perhaps be conditional. The people of the State may have some reasons to complain in respect to acts of the General Government;...negotiation, and may declare an absolute secession in case of their failure. Still, however, the secession must in such case be distinctly and peremptorily declared...
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Lee and His Cause: Or, The why and the how of the War Between the States

John Richard Deering - Confederate States of America - 1907 - 183 pages
...place, nothing is more certain than that the act should be deliberate, clear and unequivocal." (p. 296). "The people of a State may have reason to complain in respect to the acts of the general government; they may, in such cases, invest some of their own officers with...
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