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" States, relating to fugitives from labour, manifestly contemplates the existence of a positive, unqualified right, on the part of the owner of the slave, which no state law or regulation can in any way qualify, regulate, control, or restrain. "
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Missouri at the ... - Page 524
by Missouri. General Assembly. House of Representatives - 1848
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Pamphlets. American History

1839 - 397 pages
...States, hy preventing them from intermeddling or obstructing the rights of owners of slaves." Again: "The clause manifestly contemplates the existence...right on the part of the owner of the slave, which i\o State law or regulation can in any way qualify, regulate, control, or restrain. The slave is not...
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Report of the Case of Edward Prigg Against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ...

Edward Prigg, Richard Peters - 1842 - 154 pages
...territorial laws. The clause in the Constitution of the United States, relating to fugitives from labour, manifestly contemplates the existence of a positive,...in any way qualify, regulate, control, or restrain. Any state law or regulation, which interrupts, limits, delays, or postpones the rights of the owner...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 3

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1845 - 652 pages
...case of Prigg versus Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. (16 Peters, 539.) " The clause in the Constitution manifestly contemplates the existence of a positive unqualified right on the part of the owner of the fugitive slave, which no state law or regulation can in any way qualify, regulate, control, or...
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The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America, Volume 1

United States - 1845 - 816 pages
...interfere. Ibid. The clause in the constitution of the United States, relating to fugitives from labour, manifestly contemplates the existence of a positive,...in any way qualify, regulate, control, or restrain. Any state law or regulation, which interrupts, limits, delays, or postpones the rights of the owner...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. Senate - 1849 - 1130 pages
...light, for the clause was adopted into the constitution by the unanimous consent of the framers of it. The clause manifestly contemplates the existence of...any way, qualify, regulate, control, or restrain. It puts the right of the owner, with all its incidents, upon the same ground in all the States. His...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 21

1847 - 602 pages
...providing for the recovery of fugitive slaves from labor, manifestly admits and asserts the exercise of a positive unqualified right on the part of the...in any way qualify, regulate, control or restrain. Any law or regulation which interrupts, limits, 'delays or postpones the rights of the owner to the...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 21

1847 - 606 pages
...providing for the recovery of fugitive slaves from labor, manifestly admits and asserts the exercise of a positive unqualified right on the part of the...in any way qualify, regulate, control or restrain. Any law or regulation which interrupts, limits, 'delays or postpones the rights of the owner to the...
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Stryker's American Register and Magazine, Volume 3

1849 - 626 pages
...consent of the framers of it, — a proof at once of its intrinsic and practical necessity." Again : " The clause manifestly contemplates the existence of...slave, which no State law or regulation can in any way regulate, control, qualify, or restrain." The opinion of the other learned judges was not less emphatic...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 3; Volume 9

1849 - 736 pages
...unanimous consent of the framers of it — a proof at once of its intrinsic and practical necessity." It "manifestly contemplates the existence of a positive,...slave, which no State law or regulation can in any way regulate, control, qualify, or restrain." And Judge Baldwin, in the case of Johnson against Tompkins...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 16

1851 - 408 pages
...the framers of it — a proof at once of its own intrinsic and practical necessity." And again : " The clause manifestly contemplates the existence of...in any way qualify, regulate, control or restrain." * * * * " We have not the slightest hesitation in holding that, under and in virtue of the Constitution,...
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