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  • The printed prospectus of 1798, issued by by Rev.Wm. Dubourg

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Moore contended that this reasoning failed in its application to the Confederate government, and argued that the judiciary act of the United States gave to the Federal Judges jurisdiction by habeas corpus in cases of confinement, under color of authority of the U. States, as well as by by virtue of that authority; whereas, the

    Cases of habeas corpus, decided by the Supreme Court of North Carolina, at the June term, 1863,

  • Here Indeed I met wth more jnclosed Ground and soe had more Lanes and a Deeper Clay Road wch by by the raine ye night before had made it very Dirty and full of water in many places, in the Road there are many holes and sloughs where Ever there is Clay Ground, and when by raines they are filled with water its difficult to shun Danger; here my horse was quite down in one of these holes full of water but by ye good hand of God's providence wch has allwayes been wth me Even a present help in tyme of need, for giving him a good strap he fflounc'd up againe tho 'he had gotten quite down his head and all, yet did retrieve his ffeete and gott Cleer off ye place wth me on his Back.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

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