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The States Were Bound To Cause Justice To Be Done To Each

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    Prior also to that period, the United States had, by taking a place among the nations of the earth, become amenable to the laws of nations; and it was their
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 30, 2013
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      Prior also to that period, the United States had, by taking a place among the nations of the earth, become amenable to the laws of nations; and it was their interest as well as their duty to provide, that those laws should be respected and obeyed; in their national character and capacity, the United States were responsible to foreign nations for the conduct of each State, relative to the laws of nations, and the performance of treaties; and there the inexpediency of referring all such questions to State Courts, and particularly to the Courts of delinquent States became apparent. While all the states were bound to protect each, and the citizens of each, it was highly proper and reasonable, that they should be in a capacity, not only to cause justice to be done to each, and the citizens of each; but also to cause justice to be done by each, and the citizens of each; and that, not by violence and force, but in a stable, sedate, and regular course of judicial procedure. Chisholm v. Georgia 2 U.S. 419, 474 (1793) Chief Justice Jay.

       

       

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