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" In a just sense, the amendment then may well be construed to embrace all suits, which are not of equity and admiralty jurisdiction, whatever may be the peculiar form which they may assume to settle legal rights. "
A Treatise on the Law of Evidence - Page 229
by Simon Greenleaf - 1853
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the ..., Volume 3

Law reports, digests, etc - 1830
...was secured, may, in a just sense, be well construed to embrace all suits which are riot of equity or admiralty jurisdiction, whatever may be the peculiar...form which they may assume to settle legal rights. Parsons vs. Bedford et al. 447. 2. The trial by jury is justly dear to the American people. It has...
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Reports of cases determined in the Circuit court of the United ..., Volume 1

United States. Circuit Court (3rd Circuit), Henry Baldwin - Law reports, digests, etc - 1837 - 651 pages
...so construe it as to effect that object. " In a just sense the amendment then may well be construed to embrace all suits which are not of equity and admiralty...form which they may assume to settle legal rights." In defining " suits at common law," in the amendment, the supreme court declare the term to be, what...
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Commentaries on Statute and Constitutional Law and Statutory and ...

E. Fitch Smith - Constitutional law - 1848 - 976 pages
...examples variously adopted and modified. In a just sense, the amendment then might be well construed to embrace all suits which are not of equity and admiralty jurisdiction, whatever might be the peculiar form which they might assume to settle legal rights. And congress seems to have...
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Trial of Thomas Sims, on an Issue of Personal Liberty, on the Claim of James ...

Robert Rantoul, Thomas Sims (fugitive slave.), James Potter (of Georgia.), Charles Greely Loring, George Ticknor Curtis, James Winchell Stone - Boston (Mass.) - 1851 - 47 pages
...may be construed to embrace ALL SUITS, which are not of equity and admiralty jurisrftrftoH.whatever may be the peculiar form which they may assume to...contemporaneous with the proposal of this amendment" [the seventh amendment which secures jury trial in suits at common law:] "for in the ninth section...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme ..., Volume 11; Volume 52

United States. Supreme Court, William Cranch, Henry Wheaton, Benjamin Chew Howard, Richard Peters, Jeremiah Sullivan Black - Law reports, digests, etc - 1851
...amendment of the Constitution) "the amendment then may well be construed to embrace all suits whjch are not of equity and admiralty jurisdiction, whatever...form which they may assume to settle legal rights." Parsons v. Bedford, 3 Peters, 446, 447. (The counsel then proceeded to argue that this statute was...
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Slavery: Letters and Speeches

Horace Mann - Slavery - 1851 - 564 pages
...sense, the amendment, then, may well be construed to embrace all suits, which are not of equity or admiralty jurisdiction, WHATEVER MAY BE THE PECULIAR...FORM WHICH THEY MAY ASSUME TO SETTLE LEGAL RIGHTS." PorSOHS VS. Bedford, 3 Peters's Rep. 456-57. Here the court say, that the term " common law," in the...
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Slavery: letters and speeches

Horace Mann - Slavery in the United States - 1851 - 564 pages
...sense, the amendment, then, may well be construed to embrace all suits, which are not of equity or admiralty jurisdiction, WHATEVER MAY BE THE PECULIAR...FORM WHICH THEY MAY ASSUME TO SETTLE LEGAL RIGHTS." PurSOtls VS. Bedford, 3 Peters^ Rep. 456, 7. The last sentence I have underscored. In this sentence,...
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Slavery: Letters and Speeches

Horace Mann - Slavery - 1851 - 564 pages
...sense, the amendment, then, may well be construed to embrace all suits, which are not of equity or admiralty jurisdiction, WHATEVER MAY BE THE PECULIAR FORM WHICH THEY MAY ASSUME TO SETTLE LEGAL EIGHTS." PoTSOHS VS. Bedford, 3 Peters's Rep. 456-57. Here the court say, that the term "common law,"...
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Slavery: Letters and Speeches

Horace Mann - Slavery - 1851 - 564 pages
...be cons/rued to embrace all suits, which are not of equity or admiralty jurisdiction, WHATEVER WAY BE THE PECULIAR FORM WHICH THEY MAY ASSUME TO SETTLE LEGAL RIGHTS." ParsOns VS. Bedford, 3 Peters's Rep. 456, 7. The last sentence I have underscored. In this sentence,...
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Freedom national; slavery sectional: Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of ...

Charles Sumner - Fugitive slave law of 1850 - 1852 - 78 pages
...a just sense, the Amendment may well be construed to embrace all suits, which are not of Equity or Admiralty jurisdiction, whatever may be the peculiar...form which they may assume to settle legal rights. " Now, since the claim for a fugitive is not a suit in Equity or Admiralty, but a suit to settle what...
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