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&c., 258 (1); on the legal character
of slaves, 408 (2); on the power of
Congress in respect to the 4th Art.,
436 (1).
France, law of, in the N. W. Terr., 112,
132 (2), 137; in the La. Terr., 154,
182 (2).

Free negroes, see Negroes.
Freedom, suits for, law respecting, Va.,
6; Ky., 18; Tenn., 92; Ill., 135;
Miss., 143, 144; Mo., 169; presump-
tion respecting, see Slavery.
Fugitives from justice, provision re-
specting, in the Cons., 377; how
construed, 425-435; execution of,
by judicial function, 583-590, 610
(3); standard of crime, &c., in, 391
-403; meaning of charged in, 401.
cases of controversy
respecting, between Va. and Pa.,
386; N. Y. and Va., 10 (2), 61 (1),
387; N. Y. and Ga., 389; Va, and
Ohio, 391; Md. and Pa., 390.
theory of legislative
power respecting, 424, 436, 535-
542, 580, 590-597.

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Act of Congress re-
specting, 589 (1); source of power
of the Governors of States, 608-
614; judicial character of extradi-
tion, 614-625; absence of jury-
trial under Act, 625; penalties un-
der, 627, 752 (2); bill proposed in
1861, 425 (1), 583.

State laws empower-
ing Governors to deliver, Va., 3, 8
(1); Ky, 15 (3); Mass., 31 (2), 33
(1); Me., 34 (2); N. H., 36 (1);
Conn., 42 (1), 43 (1), 48 (1); N. Y.,
58 (2); Tenn., 94 (1); Ill., 136 (1);
Mich, 138 (2); Wisc., 142 (1); Ala.,
153 (2); La., 165 (2); Mo., 169 (2);
Ark., 172 (1); Io., 177 (1); Minn.,
178 (3); Ks., 187 (1); Fla., 193 (1);
Cal., 204 (1); N. Mex, 209 (2); Ore.,
217 (1); Wash. T., 218 (2); argu-
ment from these laws, 612.

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structions of, 421-424; authorities
of the construction, 438-534; the
question examined, 535-550, 580
-597; execution of, by the judi-
cial function, 582-590;
alidity of
State legislation respecting, 761.
Fugitives from service, who may be, 403
-407; must have escaped, 409; per-
sons on Ohio river, 412; children of
fug. slave, 412, 414; and see State,
Territory.

seizure and removal
of, without public authority, au-
thorities on the question, 551-569;
the question examined, 569-579.
basis of legislative
power respecting, authorities, 438
-534; the question examined, 535–
542, 590-597.

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Acts of Congress re-
specting, 589 (1); of the persons
affected by, 604; of the action of
State magistrates under, authorities
relating to, 629-653; their power
judicial and derived from the State,
653, 657; of the action of U. S. Com-
missioners under, authorities relat-
ing to, 654-680; the arguments
examined, 681-686; the question
examined, 686-697; of absence of
jury-trial under, authorities relat-
ing to, 700-722; the arguments
examined, 723-728; the question
examined, 729-739; of the arrest
without warrant, 740-742; of the
evidence allowed, 743; of the sus-
pension of habeas corpus, 745; of
the fees, 748; of the fines and pen-
alties, 750; of the damages, 751;
of long acquiescence with the Act
of 1793, 753; necessity of the Act
of 1850, 754

State laws respect-
ing, similar to the Act of Congress,
Pa., 71; Del., 79; Io., 176; Cal.,
203.

on board of vessels,
law for returning them, N. Y., 55.
,State laws forbidding
State ministerial officers to act un-
der law of Congress, Mass., 33; Me.,
34; Vt., 39; Conn., 47; R. I., 50;
N. Y., 57; Pa., 70, 71.

State laws forbidding
State judicial officers to act under
the law of Congress, Vt., 39; Conn.,
47; R. I., 50.

-,State laws forbidding
jails of State to be used in cases un-
der law of Congress, Mass., 33;

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held not proper for trial
of status, 195 (1).

suspension of, by fug. sl.

Act, 745.

Harris, J., on comity, 148 (1).
Heffter, Dr., see Prussia,
Hoar, Mr., his expulsion from Charles-
ton, 280 (1).
Homine replegiando, writ of, in Mass.,
30, 32 (2); N. Y., 57.
possible use of in
fug. sl. cases, 589.
Hornblower, J., on trial by jury in case
of fugitive, 64 (1); on the fug. sl.
Act, 453,703 (2); on legislation by
Congress on the 4th art., 373 (1).
Hurd, Mr. Rollin C., on Habeas Corpus,
&c., 391, 393, 625 (2).

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Kane, J., on claim for apprentice, 403;
on the fug. sl. Act, 661 (1).
Kent, Chane., on effect of judgments,

249; on the personal extent of citi-
zenship, 316; on the privileges of
citizens, 343, 350; who may be fu-
titives from justice, 389 (1), 393;
on the extent of the judicial fune-
tion to extradition of criminals,
434; on the decision in Prigg's
case, 492 (1); on due process of
law, 738 (2).
Kidnapping, free persons, 400; laws
against, Va., 5; Mass., 29; Me., 34;
N. H., 36; Vt., 37, 40; Conn.,
44, 48; N. Y., 54-58, 60; N. J.,
65; Pa., 70, 72; Del., 76; Tenn.,
92; Oh., 118, 122; Ind., 127, 130;
Ill., 135; Mich., 139; Wisc., 141;
Miss., 146; Minn., 178; Cal., 203.

L

Law, the international, of the U. S.,
219; how derived, 223; domestic

and foreign, 231; persons and things | Militia, service of negroes in: argument
in, 220; domicil in, 222, 774.
from exclusion of blacks, by Taney,
Law, quasi-international, 233; in the Ch. J., 290. See Slaves, Negroes.
4th Art., 234.
Mills, J., on citizenship of blacks, 16 (1),
293 (1).

international, identified with State
law, how determined, 760, 769,

772, 785.

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Marshall, Ch. J., on effect of judgments,
254; on the word State, 416 (3);
on suit at law, 729 (2).

Mr., in Ho. of Rep., on extra-
dition of criminals, 615; on cases
and controversies, 538 (1).
Marvin, J., on fug. sl. laws, 60 (1), 501,
637, 665, 743.
McLein, J., on State naturalization, 276
(1); on citizenship, 300, 373; on
claim of slave owner, 373; on the
seizure and removal of fug, sl., 497,
556, 561; on the fug. sl. Act, 485,
490, 501, 612 (2), 635, 674, 707;
ascribing slavery to positive law,
406 (2); on personality of slaves,
571 (2), 765 (2); on the domestic
slave trade, 765; on status of re-
turned slave, 775; on suit at com-
mon law, 732 (1).
Meredith, Mr., his argument in Prigg's
case, 468 (2), 591 (1), 650 (1).
Mexican law abolishing slavery, 195.

citizens under treaty with U.
S., 200 (3).

Missouri Compromise, 168 (1); repeal
of, 179; judgment of Supreme
Court declaring void, 130.
Mitchell, J., on slave-owner's claim, 360.
Morton, Mr. Commissioner, decisions re-

specting claim to fugitive appren-
tice, 404 (1); distinction of color
in case of slaves, 407 (2).
Murray, J., on slavery in Cal., 200 (5).

N

Nativo habendo, writ of, possible use

of, 589; common law of, 735 (3).
Naturalization, effect of, on the question

of citizenship, 275, 290, 294, 787.
Necessary and proper, meaning of the
words in the Const., 603, 755 (1).
Negro, mulatto, &c., distinguished from
white, Va., 4; Ky., 19; N. Car., 86,
88 (2); Tenn., 90; Oh., 121 (1),
122; Ind., 131; Ill., 135; Ark., 173;
Io., 177; discrimination of in the
national jurisprudence, 340.

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law against claiming such as
slave, Me., 35; N. H., 36; Vt., 40;
Mich., 141. And see Fugitives from
service, State laws respecting; Per-
sonal Liberty bills.

marriage with white, prohibi-
tion of, Mass., 29, 31; Me., 34;
Del., 77; N. Car., 86; Tenn., 92;
Ind., 128; Ill., 135; Mich., 140;
Io., 177; Ks., 187; Fla., 193; Tex.,
199; Wash. T., 218; prohibition
repealed, Mass., 32.

-, marriage disability, argument
from in regard to citizenship, 286
(2).

-, serving under indentures, Oh.,
116; Ind., 123-125, 127, 129; Ill.,
132, 133.

separate schools for, Oh., 121.
opinions on, in Dred Scott's case
followed, 195 (1).
Negroes, alien free, required to remove,
Mass., 31.

free, abduction of. See Kid-
napping; Fugitives from service;
Personal liberty bills.

certificates of freedom, laws
respecting, N. Y., 54, 55; Oh., 117;
Ill., 134, 135; Mich., 138; Mo., 170;
Ark., 173; and see registry of.

Negroes, free, colonization of law re-
specting, Va., 12; Md., 21; Tenn.,
94; Ind., 131.

citizenship of, in respect to
a State, recognized, Va., 4, 5; Mass.,
31, 32 (1); N. H., 36; Vt., 40; N.
Car., 87 (3)-denied, 16 (1), 88 (3),
90 (2), 92 (1), 107 (2).

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citizenship of, in respect to
the 4th Art, of the Cons., denied, 16
(1), 46 (1), 90 (2), 92 (1), 172 (2)—
recognized, 170 (1); opinions re-
specting, in Dred Scott's case, 280-
314; the question examined, 319-
See Citizens.

341.

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, guardians for, S. C., 97; Ga.,
102; Ala., 150, 152; Fla., 193, 194.
hired out by public author-
ity, Del., 80; Ga., 102, 109; Ill., 135.
-, immigrat'n of, laws against,
Va., 5, 9, 11; Ky., 15, 18; Md.,
20; Del., 77, 78; N. Car., 84, 86;
Tenn, 92; S. Car., 97; Ga., 109;
Oh., 117; Ind., 130, 131; Ill.. 135,
136; Miss., 145-147, 149; Ala., 151,
152; La., 158, 161, 163; Mo., 168
(2), 170; Ark., 172; Io., 176; Fla.,
191, 193; Tex., 197; Oreg., 216.
See Vessels.

insolvent, law respecting,

Del., 80.

instruction of-from other
States prohibited, Conn., 45,-resi-
dent, prohibited, Ga., 105; Ala,
151; meetings of for being taught
prohibited, Va., 9; schools prohib-
ited, Mo., 170.

, leaving State, forbidden to
return, Va., 10; S. Car., 97; Miss.,
148; Mo., 170.

not parties to the social com-
pact, 14 (1); not to hold slaves,
Va., 13; not to sell liquore, S. Car.,
98; not to sell liquors to slaves,
Ark., 173; not to be employed
in drug stores, Ga., 107; nor in
printing offices or boats, Miss., 147;
nor as masons, &c., Ga., 107; not
to preach, Miss., 147, 151; Ala.,
151; Mo., 170; not to keep public
house, Miss., 147; non-resident, not
to preach, Del., 80.

Negroes, free, punishment of, Va., 8;
Ky., 16, 17; Miss., 146; Ala., 151;
La., 165; by reducing to slavery,
Va., 8, 13; Md., 21, 23; Del., 77; Ñ.
Car., 87; S. Car., 96, 97; Ga., 104.
reduced to slavery. See
Slaves, emancipated.

registry of, Va., 10; Del.,
76; Tenn., 91, 92; S. Car., 100; Ga.,
104, 107; Ind., 131; Ill., 133, 134;
Miss., 147; La., 164; Mo., 170.
required to wear badges, S.
Car., 100.

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removal of, from State,
Miss., 147; Ark., 174; Fla., 193.
testimony of, Md., 19, 20,
23; Del., 77; N. Car., 82; Tenn., 89;
S. Car., 97 (2); Oh.,118; Ind., 128,
131; Ill., 135; La., 164 (1); Io.,
177; Neb., 186; Tex., 197; Cal.,
204; Oreg., 217.

-, restricted in contracts for
service, Md., 24;-in trading, Va.,
6; Md., 20; Tenn., 94; S. Car., 98,
100; La., 157; Fla., 191;-in use of
arms, V., 7; Md., 20; Del., 80; N.
Car., 88; Ga.. 106.

-,voluntary enslavement, laws
for, Va., 12; Md., 24; Tenn., 94; La.,
166; Ark., 174; Fla., 195; Tex,
199.

Nelson, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 446, 595

(1), 632, 659 (1), 701; on the ex-
tradition of criminals, 620; on sta
tus of returned slave, 778.
Northwest Territory, cession of claims
to, 110; Ordinance for, 113; Ordi-
nance for, extended to the South-
west Terr., 89; to La. Terr., 156,
175; applications to Congress to
allow slavery in N. W. T., 124 (1).
See Territory.

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Peck, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 525, 568, | Scott, J., on status in Mo. of returned
755 (2).
Pennington, J., on effect of judgments,
250 (2).

People, who are the sovereign, in R. I.,
50 (1); sovereigns without subjects,
271 (1).

Peonage in Mexico, 196.
Personal liberty, bills to protect, dis-
criminated, 763. See Fugitives from
service.

Pope, J., on delivery of fugitives from
justice, 611.

Posse-comitatus under fug. sl. Act, 745.
Prussia, law of respecting slaves of for-
eign owners, 771 (2).

Q

Quasi-international law of the U. S., 223,
233. See Law.

R

Radcliff, J., on effect of judgments, 249.
Randolph, Att'y-Gen. and Gov., on fug.
sl. provision, 386 (1), 424 (1).
Rantoul, Mr., his argument on fug, sl.

Act cited, 695 (1).

Read, J., on word State, 412, 420; on
the fug. sl. Act, 496.

Recorder of N. Y., jurisdiction of, 646.
Reeves, J., on slavery in Conn., 44 (2).
Republican government, guarantee of, in
the Cons., 355 (1).
Review, Southern Quarterly, precursor
of doctrines in Dred Scott's case,
298 (1); slaves recognized as per-
sons, 408 (1).

Rights, substantive and adjective dis-
tinguished, 256, 596.
Rivers, navigation of Ohio and Missis-

sippi, 113.
Robinson, Mr. Conway, his article on
the controversy about fugitives
from justice, 389 (1); his essay on
the fug. sl. provision, 577 (1), 591
(1).
Roman law of citizenship, 298 (2), 322.

Savage, J., on the basis of slavery in N.

Y., 56 (1); on fugitives from jus-
tice, 392; his theory of legislation
respecting them, 608.
Sawyer's Southern Institutes, that slaves
are persons, 408 (1).

slave, 775 (1).

Sedgwick, J., on effect of judgments,
250, 266 (2).

Sergeant's Const. Law, on fug. sl. pro-

vision, 720.

Servants, law of New Mexico, 209; of
Utah, 213. See Negro, serving un-
der indentures.

Settlement, law of, in Conn., 46 (2).
Sewall, J., on effect of judgments, 252,
265 (3), 266 (2).

Seward, Gov., his arguments in cases of
demand for fugitives from justice,
387 (3) (4), 588 (1), 389 (1), 390 (1).
Shaw, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 410, 497,
637,653, 706; on the claim of slave-
owner, 359, 770, 774 (2).
Slavery and freedom, no condition inter-
mediate, 13 (1).

presumptions of law
respecting, Ky., 17 (2); N. J., 62
(3); Del., 78 (2); N. Car., 88 (1);
Tenn., 92 (1); III., 135.

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policy of State re-
specting, Ga., 109 (2); Miss., 149
(1); La., 166 (1).

Slavery, ethical view of excluded, 409.
abolition of by legislation,
Mass., 28 (3); N. H., 35; Vt., 37;
Conn., 42, 43; R. I., 48, 49; N. Y.,
53, 55; N. J., 63, 67; Pa., 67; N.
W. Terr., 113, 175, 179; Nebr., 186;
Mexico, 195.

--, declared to be established, Ala.,

152.

guarantees of, in State consti-
tutions, Va., 11 (3); Ky., 18; Md.,
22 (1), 23 (2); Tenn., 93 (1); Ga.,
101 (2); Miss., 145 (1); Ala., 150;
Mo., 168 (2); Ark., 171 (2); Choc-
taw Nation, 190; Fla., 194; Tex.,
196.

question of its existence in the
Territories of the U. S., independ-
ently of legislation, examined, 180-
185, 204-207, 211 (3), 218 (2).
Slave-trade, the African, State laws

against, R. I., 49; Del., 75; S. Car.,
95; Ga., 101, 103; Miss., 143; Ala.,
150; La., 156.

legislation of Congress, 788.
the domestic, State laws;
see Slaves, importation of; of the
power of Congress in respect to it,
147 (2), 571 (2), 764.
Slaves, abduction of, laws against, Va.,

7, 9, 10, 13; Ky., 17; Del., 75; N.
Car., 88; S. Car., 99; Tenn., 93;
Ga., 106; Miss,, 148; Ala., 152;

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