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postage on this work is loots to any distance. A person remitting to the Pub

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ENTERED according to Act of Congress, in the year 1845, by LysanDER SpoonER, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.

Dow & JACKson's ANTI-SILAVERY PREss.

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CHAPTER I.--WHAT IS LAW 7 - - - - - -

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II.-WRITTEN CONSTITUTIONS, - - - -
III-THE COLONIAL CHARTERS, - - - -

IV-COLONIAL STATUTES, - - - - - -

V.—THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE,

VI.--THE STATE CONSTITUTIONS OF 1789.

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VII.--THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, - -

VIII.--THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, -

IX-THE INTENTIONS OF THE CONVENTION, -
X.—THE PRACTICE OF THE GOVERNMENT, - -
XI.--THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE PEOPLE, -
XII.--THE STATE CONSTITUTIONS OF 1845, - -

XIII-THE CHILDREN OF SLAVES ARE BORN FREE,

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