Account of Hearing, 4 January 1843 [Extradition of JS for Accessory to Assault]

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papers that he is not arrested under the authority of the but of our state.— Statute of our own state <​has Jurisdiction​>— not contradictory to laws— <​Read​> Gales Statu[t]e 315. Page— fugitives f[r]om Justice.
whole proceedings illegal untill they can shew is that this law is unconstitutio[n]al— complia[n]ce on the part of the — with law— <​Read​> Conklins Treaties 51.— Page— there is no general jurisdiction— in this case— the only autho[r]ity of this court— in the Digest read.— Conklins Treaties 85.— if sheriff refuses to give up a prisoner [p. 53]
papers that he is not arrested under the authority of the — but of our state.— Statute of our own state has Jurisdiction— not contradictory to laws— Read Gales Statute 315. Page— fugitives from Justice.
whole proceedings illegal untill they can shew that this law is unconstitutional— compliance on the part of the — with law— Read Conklins Treaties 51.— Page— there is no general jurisdiction— in this case— the only authority of this court— in the Digest read.— Conklins Treaties 85.— if sheriff refuses to give up a prisoner [p. 53]
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