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1771-01-26, Sentiments on resolution for excluding judges of the Supreme Court
January 26, 1771 article by "a Free and Independent Elector," which presented his arguments and justifications as to why the New York General
Assembly had constitutional authority to exclude jurists from serving in the legislature. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the
New York Public Library).
Title:   The Sentiments of a free and independent elector, on the resolution of the House of Assembly, for excluding judges of the Supreme Court.
OCLC Number:   62820026
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