sovereign," the words "over all powers not granted to the United States by the Constitution of the United States."
Mr. Fisher, of Northampton, asked if there was any person in the United States who deemed that proposition?
The Chairman.--That is not for the Chair to decide.
Mr. Fisher desired to have something tangible to vote upon.
Mr. Conrad, of Frederick, thought that altogether too much stress was placed upon the word sovereign.
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