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" ... opposed by strong inferences from the body of the instrument, as well as from the omission of the clause of our present confederation which had declared that in express terms. "
Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Late ... - Page 275
by Thomas Jefferson - 1829
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Bulletin of the Bureau of Rolls and Library of the ..., Volume 11, Part 1

United States. Department of State. Bureau of Rolls and Library - 1905
...which had declared that in express terms, it was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable by jury, because some have been so incautious this mode of as to abandon trial ["s by jury" stricken out], therefore the more prudent states shall...
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The Works of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 5

Thomas Jefferson - 1904
...which had declared that in express terms. It was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...by jury, because some have been so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial, therefore the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same level of...
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Documentary History of the Constitution of the United States of America ...

United States. Department of State. Bureau of Rolls and Library - 1905
...which had declared that in express terms, it was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable by jury, because some have been so incautious this mode of as to abandon trial ["s by jury" stricken out], therefore the more prudent states shall...
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The Best Letters of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson - 1926 - 300 pages
...opposed by strong inferences from the body of the instrument, as well as from the omission of the cause of our present Confederation, which had made the reservation...to the same level of calamity. It would have been more just and wise to have concluded the other way, that as most of the States had preserved with jealousy...
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The General Welfare Clause: A Study of the Power of Congress Under the ...

James Francis Lawson - 1926 - 388 pages
...had not advanced to his own standards: • It was a hard conclusion to say because there had been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...jury, because some have been ' so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial by jury, therefore, the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same...
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Dreiser: Sister Carrie; Jennie Gerhardt; Twelve Men

Theodore Dreiser - 1987 - 1168 pages
...which had declared that in express terms. It was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...by jury, because some have been so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial therefore the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same level of...
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The Business of May Next: James Madison and the Founding

William Lee Miller - 1993 - 296 pages
...of the instrument ... It was a hard conclusion [for James Wilson) to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...by jury, because some have been so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial, therefore the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same level of...
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Founding the Republic: A Documentary History

John J. Patrick - 1995 - 272 pages
...which had declared that in express terms. It was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...by jury, because some have been so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial, therefore the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same level of...
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Jefferson and Madison: Three Conversations from the Founding

Lance Banning - 1995 - 241 pages
...which had declared that in express terms. It was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...by jury, because some have been so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial, therefore the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same level of...
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The Republic of Letters: The Correspondence Between Thomas Jefferson and ...

Thomas Jefferson, James Madison - 1995 - 2073 pages
...which had declared that in express terms. It was a hard conclusion to say because there has been no uniformity among the states as to the cases triable...by jury, because some have been so incautious as to abandon this mode of trial, therefore the more prudent states shall be reduced to the same level of...
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