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An Account Of The Proceedings On The Trial Of Susan B

Auhtor: Anonymous

Language: english
Published: 1874

Genres:

women studies,  history
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Review by C. F. Hill, December 2010


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Excerpts from the Book 'An Account Of The Proceedings On The Trial Of Susan B':

... SUSAN B. ANTHONY. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,. IN AND FOR THE. NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. * * *. At a stated ...
... that judgment, her offering her vote and its being received makes a criminal offence-a proposition to me most abhorrent, as I believe it will be equally ...
... of Georgia (2 Dallas, 419-471), although the learned Chief Justice had of course no idea of any such application as I make of his opinion. The action ...
... States, securing the rights of citizens to all persons born or naturalized in the United States but have absolutely prohibited the States from ...
... every 1,000 women who enjoy equal rights with men on the register, 516 went to the poll, which is but 48 less than the proportionate number of men. ...
... principle, if they can be said to stand on any principle, is in all of them the same, it will only be incumbent on me to notice that one. That case is ...
... (10 Iredell, 153,) the substance of which is stated in 2 Graham & Waterman on New Trials, page 363. Before stating that case I quote from the text of ...
... bound to find as a fact, before they could, without violating the statute, find the defendant guilty. The ruling which took that question away from ...
... might be punished twice for the same offense. This cannot be, and if the act in question be valid, the State of New York is ousted of jurisdiction. ...
... them. Q. I am asking you to state who you saw register. I don't ask you who were registered before your attention was called to the list. A. Well, ...
... to. Question withdrawn. Cross-Examination by MR. VAN VOORHIS. Q. All you know about these tickets or that book, is what appears on the face ...
... statute has been construed by the Court of Appeals of this State in the case of The People vs. Pease, 27 N.Y. 45. In that case it is held, that inspectors ...
... them. The additional question exists in this case whether the fact that they acted as inspectors will relieve them from the charge in this case. You ...
... deemed necessary to enable them to make an intelligent choice of candidates. If, as our opponents assert, the last clause of this section makes it the ...
... in which he is chosen.. But, whatever room there was for a doubt, under the old regime, the adoption of the fourteenth amendment settled that ...
... of the fact that the old common law of England prevails in every State in this Union, except where the Legislature has enacted special laws annulling ...
... women of Rochester who met in the Mayor's office in that city, and there, like their revolutionary mothers, formed a league against taxation without ...
... but says some one, they were intended to be generally included, but the amendments had nothing to do with them. Let us look at this. ...
... is included, save by implication, and save on the general grounds that he is not specifically excluded, he is necessarily included. Can the United ...
... may not be lawfully entitled to vote, or vote without having a lawful right to vote, every such person shall be deemed guilty of a crime, &c. The ...