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CHAPTER XXII.

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613. Opinion of Sedgwick, J., in Bartlett v. Knight,
614. Opinion of Trimble J., in Roger v. Coleman,

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The question of the operation of the judgment examined.
621. Argument from the grammatical structure of the clause, .
622. Argument from the extent of the term “public acts,”.
623. Argument from the reasons given in the cases of recognized ex-
ception to the general rule,

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630. How citizenship as well as subjection under another jurisdiction

may be recognized,

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631. Four possible readings of this clause distinguished,
632, Naturalization the prerogative of Congress only,

633. The personal extent of the term and the degree of privilege indi-
cated are to be ascertained,

634. Also, by whom such personal extent and degree of privilege are

determined,

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Authorities on the question whether negroes can be citizens.

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635. Of the exclusion laws of various States as authority that they are

not citizens,

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