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Text:"...132 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL that result cheerfully. I desired that the people should have an opportunity to render a calm, intelligent, and undisturbed judgment upon the questions at issue. I had..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:"...132 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL that result cheerfully. I desired that the people should have an opportunity to render a calm, intelligent, and undisturbed judgment upon the questions at issue. I had..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"...132 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL that result cheerfully. I desired that the people should have an opportunity to render a calm, intelli gent, and undisturbed judgment upon the questions at issue. I had..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...,quot; concerning Judge Campbell and the Quitrnan case, 97-99. Soule, Pierre, 89. Southern Circuit Courts, 89. Sparks, Jared, quoted on JohnArchibaldCampbell (1), 5; quoted on the early settlers of Georgia, 6..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...J02 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL cause him to trench closely upon a breach of the neutrality laws, yet he had no right to condemn a Judge for enforcing them.quot; Judge Campbell, in declining..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...12 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL The argument of Colonel Campbell was one of the ablest efiforts we have ever heard. It was terse, logical, learned, profound, and eloquent. All the important points..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"...284 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL before this Court. I think the Bar, therefore, felt it with a sensible regret and as a withdrawal of strength from this Court, when he was no longer counted among its..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...12 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL The argument of Colonel Campbell was one of the ablest efforts we have ever heard. It was terse, logi cal, learned, profound, and eloquent. All the im portant points..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...12 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL The argument of Colonel Campbell was one of the ablest efforts we have ever heard. It was terse, logical, learned, profound, and eloquent. All the unportant points..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:"...262 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL of which Judge Campbell gave warning in his dissenting opinion, of the effort of corporations ^^to ignore the fundamental laws and institutions of the State..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
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Text:"...212 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL has been granted to seventeen favored adventurers. . . . That this was done for the private gain of these seventeen is shown by the fact that whatever has been seized..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...246 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL when employed by a judicial functionary the evil is greatly aggravated. . . . Commentators, historians, and moralists have complained of the abuses in the jurisprudence..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...284 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL before this Court. I think the Bar, therefore, felt it with a sensible regret and as a withdrawal of strength from this Court, when he was no longer counted among its..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"...116 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL the South there are rumors of insurrectionary attempts and conspiracy promoted by white men, suspected of being sent to the South for the purpose. I suppose that many..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"...34 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL with which they are invested, and even, in correcting the abuses of their Government, may not, in every case, act with wisdom and circumspection. But, for my part, when I..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"...26 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL tices of great ability had lately come upon the Bench. These were Justices Curtis, of Massachusetts, and Campbell, of Alabama. Justice Curtis delivered the opinion of five..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...240 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL the allowance to the claim for improvements upon the ground that the defendants were not in posses sion as bona fide claimants. He says: quot;I know of no law..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...30 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL tered, a greater good than could possibly be effected by the extension of the jurisdiction of this Court to embrace any class either of persons or cases..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1861
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...222 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL ceded that probably others may seek protection under the provisions of the Amendments, this purpose must have fair and just weight in any question of their construction..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920
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Text:"...272 JOHNARCHIBALDCAMPBELL perhaps greater mutations in society, an occasion for strenuous and patriotic exertion of his noblest powers. Following a description of the character of the men..."
Date:Between 1853 and 1920