The Dred Scott case.
Views of President Buchanan
Chief Justice Taney
Wm. L. Yancey
Dred Scott, a negro, was, previously to 1834, held as a slave in Missouri by Dr. Emaffirmed or dismissed for want of jurisdiction, it is justified by the decision of the Court, and is the same in effect between the parties to the suit.
Mr. Justice Daniel, of Virginia, in announcing his opinion, seemed appalled by the magnitude of the issues involved in the question before the Court.
The tremor and awe with perty is placed by the Constitution upon the same high ground, nor shielded by a similar guarantee.
There is much more of this, but the above must suffice.
Mr. Daniel, pushing his doctrines to their legitimate result, pronounces the Ordinance of ‘87 only equal in constitutionality and validity with the Missouri Restriction —
of S. C., a Commissioner to Washington, 411.
Barringer, Daniel M., of N. C., in the Peace Conference, 401.
Barron, Come House for treason, 562; a Rebel Brigadier.
Clark, Daniel, of N. H., 381; his substitute for the Crittenden Compromi4; 191.
Dane, Nathan, reports Ordinance of 1787, 40.
Daniel, Judge, of Virginia, on Dred Scott, 257-8.
Darien (Ga.)Bluff, 621.
Dickinson, John, of Del., 45.
Dickinson, Daniel S., 191; at Charleston, 317.
Dickinson, Mr., of Miss., at Edward's Ferry, 624.
Gosport; see Norfolk.
Gott, Daniel, of N. Y., his resolve condemning the Slave-Trade in the Fefeated at, 576.
Palo Alto, battle of, 187.
Palsley, Daniel, Lt.-Gov. of W. Virginia, 519.
Panama, the Congress at,yne's opinion, 257; Judge Nelson's, Judge Grier's, 257; Judge Daniel's, 257-8; Judge Campbell's, Judge Catron's, 258; Col. B.
Wayne, Judge, of Ga., on Dred Scott, 259.
Webster, Daniel, 78; his reply to Hayne, 86-7; 101; speech at Niblo's Gard