The Original 13th Amendment

If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive or retain, any title of nobility or honour, or shall, without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.

The ORIGINAL/missing 13th Amendment to the Constitution for the united States of America was fully Ratified in December 1812 upon the New~Hampshire Legislature’s approval it . . . the End

The Screenshot below is of the

1868 Revised Statutes of Colorado

Click ON the picture to see it on Google Books  

The Revised Statutes of Colorado

The Screenshot below is of the

1876 Compiled Laws of Wyoming

Click ON the picture to see it on Google Books  

The Compiled Laws of Wyomings

The webpages contained through the sub tabs above are a partial catalog of the evidence I’ve uncovered. To gain an in depth history of how this Amendment went missing, you should also visit The Constitutional Concepts Foundation website

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Below is a picture of the title page and page 74 of Volume I of the 1815

“LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “ARRANGED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF AN ACT OF CONGRESS”, “PUBLISHED BY JOHN BIOREN AND W. JOHN DUANE, PHILADELPHIA, AND R.C.WEIGHTMAN, WASHINGTON CITY.

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The above title page and page 74 as well as the picture below were taken at the Supreme Court Law Library in Concord New Hampshire. Below is a close up of the SEAL found on that title page. Click here to download a PDF copy of this 1815 – Vol I – Laws of the United States of America

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Another publication put out by “The United States of America” which proves that the Original 13th Amendment was fully ratified is the “1825 Military Laws of the United States” See page 16 of this downloadable Google Book.

Virginia’s 1811 ratification the Original 13th Amendment is what set off the War of 1812

The following picture is a screenshot combination of pages 477 and 478 of the document found at the Library of Congress. It incorrectly shows the votes of the 17 united States legislatures who considered the 13th Amendment fully ratified by three fourths of the 17 States at the printing of the above 1815 Statutes at Large and the subsequent 1825 Army field manual printed by the United States Government.
Adams goes onto list the States and the date of their ratification in which he claimed Virginia had not yet been heard from, but the congressional records/minutes of the other states at the time prove Virginia had already ratified the amendment before they even voted on it.

Adams caused Virginia to become this amendments “Red Herring” yet it was still printed for over 60 years in law book you can still find in Google Books.

Page 478-479 of ''A Centry of Law Making'' Highlighted

This Amendment was lawfully ratified, let they that disagree bring forth the Congressional Records /Minutes and prove their claim or forever keep silent..!!!

Click HERE to view the official Library of Congress archive for the document pictured above 

CLICK HERE to see to overabundance of Law Books on Google that were printed with this amendment intact for over 60 years.

Pictured below are some of the book that can be found at the Connecticut State Repository which contain the Missing 13th Amendment.

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The following PDF’s are of the Certified Copies taken from books pictured above. ConnecticutMassachusettsVirginiaOhioMissouriIowaKansas

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