The North Carolina Colonial Bar, 13. cilt,1. sayı,1. bölüm -15. cilt,1. sayı,1. bölüm

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Sayfa 54 - It is agreed that the Congress shall earnestly recommend it to the legislatures of the respective states, to provide for the restitution of all estates, rights and properties, which have been confiscated, belonging to real British subjects, and also of the estates, rights and properties of persons resident in districts in the possession of his Majesty's arms, and who have not borne arms against the said United States. And that persons of any other description shall have free liberty to go to any...
Sayfa 3 - It shall be a base and vile thing to plead for money or reward ; nor shall any one (except he be a near kinsman, not farther off than cousin-german to the party concerned) be permitted to plead another man's cause, till before the judge, in open court, he hath taken an oath, that he doth not plead for money or reward...
Sayfa 154 - It is the undoubted right of railroad companies to make all reasonable rules and regulations for the safety and comfort of passengers travelling on their lines of road. It is not only their right, but it is their duty to make such rules and regulations. It is alike the interest of the companies and the public that such rules should be established and enforced, and ample authority is conferred by law on the agents and servants of the companies to enforce all reasonable regulations made for the safety...
Sayfa 40 - That the resolution of the 15th day of May, 1778, granting half pay for seven years to the officers of the army who should continue in service to the end of the war, be extended to the widows of those officers who have died, or shall hereafter die, in the service, to commence from the time of such officer's death...
Sayfa 11 - The notion that true learning consists rather in exercising the reasoning faculties, & laying up a store of useful knowledge, than in overloading the memory with words of a dead language, is becoming daily more prevalent. It appears hard to deny a young Gentleman the honour of a College, after he has with much labour and painful attention acquired a competent knowledge of the Sciences...
Sayfa 24 - Henderson being the only one on the bench) should proceed to the trial of their leaders, who had been indicted at a former court, and that the jury should be taken out of their party.
Sayfa 153 - He took the ground boldly that the States are sovereign; that they have a right to judge of infractions of the Constitution, and of the mode and measure of redress — in a word that a State in the last resort has a right to secede from the Union and take care of her own interest and honor.
Sayfa 22 - A fourth sort, who are really zealous for the interest of the Church, are the fewest in number, but the better sort of people, and would do very much for the settlement of the Church government there, if not opposed...
Sayfa 101 - ... Mr. William W. Holden in a very ugly manner hereabouts. There are naughty folks that even accuse him of this very crime of treason — treason to his friends, his benefactors, his party. They charge him with having bartered his conscience for filthy lucre; of suddenly crossing over to the enemy in broad day-light and belying his whole past life. Even good Democrats in this vicinage quietly admit these charges, and we must frankly tell our august accuser and judge, that no man of any party here...

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