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Proceedings of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association - Page 201
1914
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History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 ...

James Ford Rhodes - United States - 1892
...Constitution, and cannot be divested or alienated by an act of Congress, it necessarily remains a barren and a worthless right, unless sustained, protected, and...territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures. Hence the great principle of popular sovereignty and self-government is sustained and...
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The Constitutional History of the United States, Volume 2

Francis Newton Thorpe - Constitutional history - 1901
...Constitution, and cannot be divested or alienated by an act of Congress, it necessarily remains a barren and a worthless right, unless sustained, protected, and...territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures. Hence the great principle of popular sovereignty and self-government is sustained and...
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THE CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

FRANCIS NEWTON THORPE - 1901
...Constitution, and cannot be divested or alienated by an act of Congress, it necessarily remains a barren and a worthless right, unless sustained, protected, and...territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures. Hence the great principle of popular sovereignty and self-government is sustained and...
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Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time, Volume 2

Robert Henry Browne - United States - 1901
...worthless right, unless sustained, protected, and enforced by appropriate police regulations and legal legislation, prescribing adequate remedies for its...Territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local Legislatures. Hence the great principle of popular sovereignty and self-government is sustained and...
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The Growth of the Nation, 1837 to 1860: From the Beginning of Van Buren's ...

Enoch Walter Sikes, William Morse Keener - United States - 1905 - 482 pages
...appropriate police regulations and local legislation prescribing adequate remedies for its violation. These remedies must necessarily depend entirely upon the...Territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures. Hence the great principle of popular sovereignty and self-government is sustained and...
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Stephen A. Douglas: A Study of the Attempt to Settle the Question of Slavery ...

Edward McMahon - 1907 - 198 pages
...remedies for its violation. These regulations and remedies must necessarily depend entirely upon the v/ill and wishes of the people of the territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislature." In Bloornington, July 16th, 1858, Lincoln being present in the audience, Douglas devoted...
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Stephen A. Douglas: a Study in American Politics

Allen Johnson - United States - 1908 - 503 pages
...continues in full force under .... the Constitution," he added, "and cannot be divested or alienated by an act of Congress, it necessarily remains a barren and...Territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures." Hence the triumphant conclusion that "the great principle of popular sovereignty and...
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The American Historical Magazine, Volume 3

United States - 1908
...constitution, and cannot be divested or alienated by an act of Congress, it necessarily remains a barren and a worthless right, unless sustained, protected and enforced...territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures. . . . Thus it appears that the only sin involved in the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska...
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Stephen A. Douglas: a Study in American Politics

Allen Johnson - United States - 1908 - 503 pages
...regulations and local legislation, prescribing adequate remedies for its violation. These regulations arid remedies must necessarily depend entirely upon the...Territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures." Hence the triumphant conclusion that "the great principle of popu•/' lar sovereignty...
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Lincoln and Herndon

Joseph Fort Newton - 1910 - 367 pages
...continues in full force under the guarantees of the Constitution, and cannot be divested or alienated by an act of Congress, it necessarily remains a barren and...Territory, as they can only be prescribed by the local legislatures. . . . Hence the great principle of popular sovereignty and self-government is sustained...
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