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4. To admit new States into the Union.
regulations respecting, the territory and other
property of the United States.
publican form of government, and to protect
and to call conventions for amending it, upon the
application of two thirds of the States.
the several States; which are,
or making anything but gold or silver coin
a lawful tender in payment of debts.
law, or law impairing the obligation of con
duties on tonnage.
with another State, or with a foreign power.
or in such imminent danger as will not adi
vested in the Government of the United States;
proper for carrying into execution the other
of the United States, and all treaties under their
authority, shall be the Supreme Law of the land. 3. The powers specially vested in the Executive
and Judicial departments, and particulary the provision extending the jurisdiction of the latter
to all cases arising under the Constitution. 4. The requisition upon the Senators and Repre
sentatives in Congress; the members of the State Legislatures; and all Executive and Judicial officers of the United States and of the several States, to be bound by oath or affirmation to support the Constitution of the United
States. 5. The provision that the ratifications of the Con
ventions of nine States should be sufficient for the establishment of the Constitution between
the States ratifying the same. Conclusion.
CON TEN T S.
Pago 111 V
LECTURE I. Introductory
19 LECTURE II. Fundamental Principles of the Constitution .
41 LECTURE III. On the Legislative Power
59 LECTURE IV. On the Executive Power
81 LECTURE V. On the Judicial Power
110 LECTURE VI. On the Distribution of the Judicial Power among the several Courts.
125 LECTURE VII. On the Powers vested in the Federal Government relative to Security from Foreign Danger
150 LECTURE VIII. On the Powers vested in the Federal Government for regula. ting Intercourse with Foreign Nations
180 LECTURE IX. On the Powers vested in the Federal Government for maintenance of Harmony and proper Intercourse among the States 210
LECTURE X. On the Towers vested in the Federal Government relative to certain Miscellaneous Objects of general Utility