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N. J., 61, 62; Pa., 68; Del., 74; N.
Car., 84, 86; Tenn., 91; S. Car., 95,
96; Ga., 101 (2), 103; Miss., 147
(2); Ala., 151; La., 156, 162; Mo.,
168 (2); Ark., 171 (3).

Slaves, importation of from other States,
allowing, Va., 5, 8; Ky., 14; Md,
23; N. Car., 86; Tenn., 94; S. Car.,
96; Ga., 103, 108; Miss., 145; La.,
159. 161; Fla., 192. See Negroes
serving under indentures.

killing, punishment of, Va., 5;
Del., '80; N. Car., 83, 85; Tenn.,
90; Car., 97; Ga., 101; Ala.,
150; La., 158; Mo., 168.

manumission of. See Slaves,
emancipation of

marriage of, want of legal con-
sequences in, 82 (2), 160.

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meetings of, against, Va., 7; S.
Car., 96; Ga., 101; Ala., 151; Mo.,
160.

-, owners of, compensated for those
executed, S. Car., 99; Ga., 101;
Miss., 149; Ala., 150.

ownership of ten, a qualification
to election to legislature, S. Car.,
95 (2).

-, ownership of, in free States; as a
privilege of citizen under the 4th
Art., 337-370, see Citizens; in re-
spect to fugitives under the 4th Art.,
569-579, see Fugitives; under pri-
vate international law, 768, see
Status.

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, pilots, not to be, N. C., 85.

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poll tax on, Va., 3, 5.

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property in, declared personal

or real by statute, Va., 5; Ky., 15;

Mo., 167; Fla., 192.

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protection of, Ky., 17; Ala., 153;
La., 157; Fla., 194.

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punishment of, for crimes, Va.,
8; Ky., 16; Md., 21, 23; N. J., 62,
63; Del., 77, 79; N. Car., 83; Tenn.,
91, 93; Ga., 102; La., 158; Fla.,
191; Tex., 197.

registry of, required, Pa., 68.

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Slaves, separation of families of, limited,
Pa., 70; of mother and child under
ten years, Ala., 153; La., 157, 161.

stealing, against, Va., 6; Ga.,
106; Miss., 146, 148; Ks, 187;
Tex., 197. See Slaves, abduction of.

teaching, against, Va., 7, 9; N.
Car., 87; S. Car., 98; Ala., 151;
La., 162; Mo., 170.

,teaching, required, N. Y., 54; N.
J., 63.

testimony of, Va., 6; N. J., 62;
Del., 75 (1); Miss., 152; La., 158,
159; Tex., 197.

, trading with, against, Va., 7; N.
J., 62; N. Car., 90; Tenn., 91; Ga.,
103; Mo., 169.

slaves, 403 (2).

Sprague, J., on fug. sl., 468 (1), 659, 660.
State, meaning of declared, 75 (2); in

the 4h Art., 267, 341, 402, 415.
States, the several, do not sustain legal
relations under the Constitution,
542.

Statu-liber, law of, Ky., 17 (1); Md., 21;
N. J., 64; Del., 78; La., 160, 161
(1).

Status, by going to free State, 768; on
returning to slave State, 772.
Stealing free person, against. See Kid

napping; Fugitives from service.
Story's Commentaries, on effect of judg-
meuts, 247 (4); on citizenship, 315;
who may be fugitives from justice,
393; rule in, taken from opinion in
Prigg's se, 461 (1); on the power
of Congress, 535; on the fug. sl.
provision, 719; on the guarantee of
due process of law, 738 (2).

Conflict of Laws, on effect of
judgments, 253 (2); on rights re-

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specting slaves, in non-slaveholding
forum, 772 (1).

Story, J., on effect of judgments, 253;
on the fugitive sl. Act, 457; on the
power of Congress, 467; on State
legislation, 475; on the State mag-
istrates, 634; on jury-trial, 733 (1);
on the want of, in fug. sl. Act, 705
(2).

trial of, Pa., 68; N. Car., 91;
Tenn., 93; S. Car., 98; Ga., 102,
107; Miss., 144, 145 (1), 149; Ala.,
150; La., 158, 164; Mo, 168.

transport of, by public convey-
ance, against, Va., 7; Del., 81; Ñ.
Car., 89; Tenn., 93; Mo., 169.
Smith, Mr. Gerrit, argument of fog, sl.
case, 403 (2).

Smith, J., on fug. sl. Act, 503, 562, 668,
709; on opinion in Prigg's case,
459 (1), 513 (1), 562 (2); on legisla
tion in respect to citizens, 374, 592.
Sovereignty, how vested in the Territo-

ries. 185 (3).

State, 220 (2), 353 (3), 376 | Territories of the U. S., law for slavery
(1). See People.
in the N. W. T., 112; in the Missis-
Spain, law of, 190.
sippi T., 143; in the Louisiana T.,
155 (3); in Nebraska and Kansas
T., 180; in California, 200; in New
Mexico, 204; true bearing of the
judgment in Dred Scott's Case, 181
(2).

Spooner, Mr. Lysander, on fugitive

Stowell, J., on the status of returned
slave, 781 (1).

Sumner, Mr., on the fug. sl. provision,
589 (1).

Sutliff, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 527, 592
(1), 675, 717.

Swan, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 523, 568,
674, 716.

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Taney, Ch. J., on slavery in the Terri-

tories, 181 (2); on power in respect
to privileges of citizens, 374; &n
negro citizenship, 280-298, 347;
on State exclusion of negroes, 340
(3), 765 (3); on fugitives from jus-
tice, 381-385; on legislation re-
specting them, 427-434, 580; on the
power of State Governors under it,
608; on the fug sl. Act. 483, 522,
555, 673; on status of returned
slave, 777.

Thacher J., on seizure of fugitive slave,
440, 553.

Thompson, J., on effect of judgments,

249; on the fug. sl. Act, 455, 484,
556, 703; on valuation in trial of
freedom, 738.
Tilghman, J., on extradition of crimi-
nals, 395; on the fug. sl. Act, 413,
439, 700.
Trimble, J., on effect of records, &c.,

250.

Tucker, J., on the extinction of slavery
in Mass., 28 (3).

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Underwood, Mr., his bill respecting fu-
gitive slaves, 758.

Universal jurisprudence, how it may be

recognized in the Territories, 211 | Washington, J., on the effect of judg
(3).

ments, 251; on the privileges of
citizenship, 344, 351; on the fug.
sl. Act, 409, 439.

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Vessels, having free negroes on board,
law respecting, N. Car., 87; S. Car.,
97, 99, 100; Ga., 104, 105, 108;
Ala., 152; La., 159, 161; Fla., 191,
193, 195; Tex., 197.

of or for New York, to be in-
spected before leaving Virginia, 10.
with slaves, on the high seas,
770 (2).
Villein, common law on claim made
against, 683 (1), 735 (3), 757 (1).

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Walker, Mr. R. J., view of slaves as per
sons, 408 (2).

worth, Chancellor, on the fug. sl.
Act, 450, 554, 585, 591 (1), 633,
702.

Warner, J., on fugitives from justice,

393.

War power, emancipation under, 787 (2).
Washburn, Mr., on slavery in Mass., 29
(1).

Wayne, J., on effect of judgments, 255
(1); on exclusion of negroes by the
States, 341; on the fug. slave Act,
481, 555; that slaves are property
under the Cons., 574 (1).
Webster, Mr., on the fug. sl. provision,
533 (1); maintaining the Act of
1850, 753 (3).

Westlake, Mr., on the term citizen in
American law, 338 (2).

Whiton, J., on the fug. sl. Act., 503,
521, 670, 712.

Williams, J., on slavery in Connecticut,
44 (1); on claim of slave-owner,
359.
Wilson, J., on effect of judgments, 248;
on sovereignty, 271 (1); on the na-
ture of the Cons., 542 (1).
Wirt, Att'y-Gen., on negro citizenship,
338 (1).

Wolcott, Mr., his arguments cited, 402
(3), 391 (4), 550 (1), 700 (1).
Woodbury, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 409,
(1), 419, 659 (1), 661.
Wright, J., on the claim of slave-owner
361.

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