Documents, Messages and Other Communications, Made to the General Assembly, Band 13,Teile 1-2

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Seite 503 - An act respecting fugitives from justice, and persons escaping from the service of their masters...
Seite 495 - Historically, it is well known that the object of this clause was to secure to the citizens of the slave-holding states the complete right and title of ownership in their slaves as property in every state of the Union into which they might escape from the state where they were held in servitude.
Seite 416 - Section 2 of this Act shall be recovered by an action of debt in the name of the state of...
Seite 503 - No sheriff, deputy sheriff, coroner, constable, jailer, or other officer of this Commonwealth shall hereafter arrest or detain, or aid in the arrest or detention or imprisonment, in any jail or other building belonging to this Commonwealth, or to any county, city, or town thereof, of any person, for the reason that he is claimed as a fugitive slave.
Seite 291 - That the sum of two hundred dollars be and the same is hereby appropriated from the treasury for the use of the Board...
Seite 416 - Ohio, and when collected, to be applied to the use of common schools in the proper township ; and it is hereby made the duty of the county auditor, to proceed forthwith in case of such failure by suit against such treasurer, before any justice of the peace of his county, to recover the penalty aforesaid...
Seite 343 - Assigns, for the which payment well and truly to be made and done, we bind ourselves, our Heirs, Executors and Administrators jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals, and dated this 23d day of May AD l8l2.
Seite 351 - In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my Hand, and caused to be affixed the Seal of the State...
Seite 508 - Upon this ground we have not the slightest hesitation in holding that, under and in virtue of the constitution, the owner of a slave is clothed with entire authority, in every State of the Union, to seize and recapture his slave, whenever he can do it, without any breach of the peace, or any illegal violence.
Seite 295 - ... household manufacturing interests of the district, and of the State; and it shall also be their duty, so to regulate the amount of premiums, and the different grades of the same...

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