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Reply of Mr. Waite, counsel of the United States, to the argument of the counsel of Great Britain, upon the special question as to supplies of coal in British ports to Confederate ships. (Geneva, Printed by Carey brothers, ), by Morrison R.
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Morse. Morrison Remick Waite, nicknamed "Mott" (Novem – Ma ) was the seventh Chief Justice of the United States from to Early life and education He was born at Lyme, Connecticut, the son of Henry Matson Waite, who was a judge of the Superior Court and associate judge of the Supreme Court of Connecticut in – and chief justice of the latter in – Waite and Davis had worked side-by-side on one of the most famous cases in American history (at the time), both in Geneva, Switzerland, and before the United States Congress.
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On August 3,the grand jury found two indictments against him and certain officers, directors and stockholders of this corporation, the one charging fraudulent use of the mails and the other a conspiracy for. United States], Chief Justice Waite said: 'By the Constitution of the United States (amendment 6), the accused was entitled to a trial by an impartial jury.' This was correct, in view of the fact that in the Constitution and laws of the United States, so far as applicable, were extended to the Territory of Utah.").
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Chief Justice Waite states that "in these two sentences is found the true distinction between what properly belongs to the Church and what to the State." It was a little over a year later that the Convention met in Philadelphia to draft the Constitution of the United : The Supreme Court of New Jersey.