Page images
PDF
EPUB

“ 1765,
“ 1775,

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Congress of 1754,

7
,

8

10
how composed,

35, 37
time of assembling,

74, 75
power of, to lay and collect taxes, im-
posts, and excises,

111-118
power of, to borrow money,

120
power of, to regulate cominerce, 121-142
power of, to regulate intercourse with
the Indian tribes,

143-145
power of, to establish rules of natural-
ization,

146-153
power of, to pass bankrupt laws, 154, 155
power of, to coin money,

156, 157
power of, to fix the standard of weights
and measures,

156
power of, to provide for the punishment
of counterfeiting,

158
power of, to establish post-offices and
post-roads,

159-162
power of, to make internal improve-
ments,

162-179
power of, to promote the progress of
science and the useful arts,

180
power of, to constitute tribunals inferi.

or to the Supreme Court,
power of, to punish piracy,

184-187
power of, to declare war, and grant let-
ters of marque,

190-192
power of, to make rules concerning cap-
tures,

190, 193
power of, to raise and support armies, 194, 195
power of, to provide for a navy,

196
power of, to make rules for the govern-

ment of the land and naval forces, 197
power of, to provide for calling forth
the militia,

199-207
power to exercise exclusive jurisdiction, 210-212

184, 185

66

.

66

[ocr errors]

Congress, power to make all laws necessary and

proper to carry these powers into
execution,

214
Committee of Ways and Means,

553
Committee of the Whole,

554
Credentials, what,

521
Consuls, who,

519
Consuls, duties of,

520
Confederation, articles of,

11, 22-25
Citizens of each state, privileges of,

399
Constitution of the United States, at large-p.215
how formed,

14, 15
Articles of,

33
the Supreme Law,

415, 417
preamble of,

28-32
construction of,

458-462
proceeds from the people,

496
acts upon individuals and states, 497
how put into operation,

503-506
Constitutions of the states, how they agree,

473
how they differ,

487
when formed,

468–471
Constitutions of the states,

473
Constitution of Ohio,

475-486
Constitutions of the states, act upon individuals, 498
Connecticut ratified Constitution,

463
Commissions, authenticity of,

528
,

577
Convention of 1787,

14
Contempts,

83-86
Copyrights,

181-183
Contracts, the obligations of, 250–253, 255-270
Corruption of blood,

394

D
Debts under the confederation,

414
Declaration of Rights,

473
Delaware ratified Constitution,

463
Democracy of the United States representative, 492
Disorderly behavior, power to punish, 79, 81, 83

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

66

[ocr errors][graphic][subsumed][merged small]
« PreviousContinue »