Re: eople, wake-up and read the constitution and the following books.


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Posted by Committee for Original Intent on December 26, 1997 at 01:43:15:

In Reply to: eople, wake-up and read the constitution and the following books. posted by Steven Pattison on July 10, 1997 at 12:45:28:

: A GENERAL VIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF THE Constitution and Government of the United States, DEDUCED FROM THE POLITICAL HISTORY AND CONDITION OF THE COLONIES AND STATES, FROM 1774 UNTIL 1788. AND The decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. TOGETHER WITH Opinions in the Cases decided at January Term, 1837, ARISING ON THE Restraints on the Powers of the States. BY HENRY BALDWIN, One of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. PHILADELPHIA: PRINTED BY John C. Clark, 60 dock street 1837. 197 pages. This should be self explanatory. This is a MUST HAVE book along with the book right below!!!

: A Treatise on the Principles of Pleading in Civil Actions: Comprising A Summary View of the Whole Proceedings in A Suit At Law (Pure Common law). By Henry John Stephen, (Sergeant at law) Third American Edition from the second London Edition: Approx. 480 pages. This book shows the proper way to carry on a suit at law in accordance with the VII amendment of the constitution of the United States of America. This book was written right before the Civil War and saw the introduction of Code pleading (which is Roman Civil Law and not authorized in any constitution) and provided an argument in the introduction of this book on why to stay within the rules of the common law. This is a MUST HAVE!!!

: Principles of Common Law Pleading by McKelvey. This book is a simplified version (easier reading) of common law pleading as shown by Henry John Stephans. The book right above.

: Judiciary Act of 1789 as it appears in Congressional Quarterly's "Guide to the U.S. Supreme Court", second edition by Elder Witt.

: A BRIEF VIEW OF THE Constitution of the United States, ADDRESSED TO THE LAW ACADEMY OF PHILADELPHIA. BY PETER STEPHEN DU PONCEAU, LL.D., Provost of the Academy. PUBLISHED BY AND FOR THE ACADEMY. PHILADELPHIA: E. G. Dorsey, Printer, 16 Library Street, 1834. This book shows that the first two amendments are different than the ones we are taught. The II amendment in this book is now the XXVII amendment as told to us by our alleged public servants. A very interesting book!!!

: THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF CONGRESSIONAL ACTION; AN ESSAY, On the Paramount Unwritten Law: By PHILIP C. FRIESE, of the Baltimore Bar. 1867. 42 pages.

: ILLINOIS HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS Constitution of 1818 and 1848.

: Digest of the Divine Law by Howard b. Rand, LL.B. 1943 by Destiny Publishers. 135 pages. A lawyer who is also a priest. This book shows the laws of our creator and of a just and fair system.

: The Just Supremacy of Congress over The Territories. By George Ticknor Curtis. 1859 44 pages. An argument on the definition of Territory.

: Documents of The Constitution of England and America, From Magna Charta to the Federal Constitution of 1787. Compiled and Edited, with Notes, by Francis Bowen, 1854. 142 pages.

: A Brief Exposition of the Constitution of the United States: with an Appendix, containing The Declaration of Independence and the articles of Confederation. And A Copious Index. By James Bayard. 1833. 159 pages.

: The History of The Union, and of the Constitution. By C. Chauncey Burr. 1863. 99 pages.

: A Treatise on The Law of Sheriffs, Coroners, and Constables with forms by Walter H. Anderson LL.D., LL.D. 1941 Vol. 1 and 2, 1053 total pages.

: A concise history of the common law by Theodore F. T. Plucknett, fifth edition. Copyright; Butterworth Inc., Washington, D.C.: 7235 Wisconsin Avenue, 14 (in print)

My reply is this: Where do you get these books? I can't find some of them. Thanks.



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