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Negroes, free, colonization of law respecting, 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).

-, 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 respecting, in Dred Scott's case, 280314; the question examined, 319See Citizens.

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guardians for, S. C., 97; Ga., 102; Ala., 150, 152; Fla., 193, 194. hired out by public authority, 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,-resident, prohibited, Ga., 105; Ala., 151; meetings of for being taught prohibited, Va., 9; schools prohibited, Mo., 170.

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

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not parties to the social compact, 14 (1); not to hold slaves, Va., 13; not to sell liquors, 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.

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-, 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., 185; 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.

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Nelson, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 446, 595 (1), 632, 659 (1), 701; on the extradition of criminals, 620; on sta tus of returned slave, 778. Northwest Territory, cession of claims to, 110; Ordinance for, 113; Ordinance for, extended to the Southwest 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).

slave, 775 (1).

Sedgwick, J., on effect of judgments, 250, 266 (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 foreign owners, 771 (2).

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

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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 distinguished, 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.

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

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

Sergeant's Const. Law, on fug. sl. provision, 720.

Servants, law of New Mexico, 209; of Utah, 213. See Negro, serving under 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), 388 (1), 389 (1), 390 (1). Shaw, J., on the fug. sl. Act, 410, 497, 637, 653, 706; on the claim of slaveowner, 359, 770, 774 (2).

Slavery and freedom, no condition intermediate, 13 (1).

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

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policy of State respecting, Ga., 109 (2); Miss., 149 Slavery, ethical view of excluded, 409. (1); La., 166 (1).

--, 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 constitutions, 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); Choctaw Nation, 190; Fla., 194; Tex., 196.

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

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, Slaves, abduction of, laws against, Va., 147 (2), 571 (2), 764.

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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