The Original 13th Amendment

The following is the language of the Original 13th Amendment as ratified December 9th of 1812 . . and printed in law books for more than 65 years . . yet some retards claim all these printings by various State Governments were a mistake . . lol . . REALLY?

“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.”

Just think: Campaign Reform ūüôā¬†

“If any citizen of the United States shall a . . .¬† without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present . . . of any kind whatever, from any . . .¬† foreign power (corporation), 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.”

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When you’re done with the links below to all the Google Books evidence, please also visit The TONA Research Committee to find undeniable proof that Virginia did ratify the 13th Amendment on¬†¬†Tuesday, May 1st, 1810¬†

. . and please also visit The Constitutional Concepts Foundation (archived pages) at the Way Back Machine

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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

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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

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Next is a picture of the title page, and of 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

. . NH Law - Bioren & Duane merge small

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 РVol I РLaws of the United States of AmericaNH Law - Bioren & Duane 4a_

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.

Many claim Virginia’s, Tuesday, May 1st, 1810 ratification¬†of the Original 13th, is what eventually set off the War of 1812 and the burning down of Washington D.C. by the British¬†¬†

Follow the links below to see the overabundance of Law Books on Google that were printed with this amendment intact for over 65 years.

Pictured below are some of the book that I found at the Connecticut State Repository which all contain the Original 13th Amendment

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The following PDF’s are of the Certified Copies I did receive of the books pictured above, Certified at the Connecticut Repository across the hall from the Connecticut Supreme Court.

Connecticut, Massachusetts, Virginia, Ohio, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas

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The following Google Book links are to the Original 13th Amendment as found published over a 65 year span in various State and Federal publications – the first 2 links are to books that were published by congressional order of the United States of America

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¬†1815¬† ‚Äď LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, FROM THE 4TH OF MARCH, 1789, TO THE 4TH OF MARCH, 1815

 See page 74

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1825 ‚Äď Military Laws of the United States: To which is prefixed the Constitution of the United States

See page 16

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1810 ‚Äď Journal of the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania

See page 248

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1811¬†‚Äď The Laws of the United States of America

See page 210

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1811 ‚Äď Laws of the State of New Jersey

See page 227

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1812 ‚Äď The Weekly Register

See page 241

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1816 ‚ÄstThe Office and Duty of a Justice of the Peace, and a guide to Sheriffs, Coroners, Clerks, Constables, and other civil officers

See page 418

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1816 ‚Äď A general digest of the acts of the Legislatures of the late territory of Orleans and of the State of Louisiana, and the ordinances of the Governor under the territorial government

See page 76 

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1818 – A Digest of the Laws of Missouri Territory: Comprising: an Elucidation of the Title of the United States to Louisiana

See page 18

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1819 ‚Äď The Revised code of the laws of Virginia

See page 30

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1822 ‚Äď A digest of the statute law of Kentucky

See page 16

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1822 ‚Äď The Public Laws of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

See page 46

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1826 ‚Äď The Constitution of Massachusetts , adopted 1780

See page 63

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1827 ‚Äď The revised code of laws of Illinois

See page 26

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1830 ‚Äď Interesting events in the history of the United States

See page 312 ‚Äď Also look at the 14th¬†& 15th¬†Articles . . WOW . . where did they come, from and disappear to ?‚Ķ!!!!!

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1831 ‚Äď A history of the state of Vermont

See page 173

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1831 –¬†Rapport du Comit√© consultatif:¬†Report of the Advisory committee

See page 188

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1832 ‚Äď The Rights of an American Citizen

See page 89

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1833 ‚Äď The statutes of Ohio and of the Northwestern Territory

See page 61

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1833 ‚Äď The revised laws of Illinois

See page 33

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1833 ‚Äď Laws of the Territory of Michigan: condensed, arranged, and passed by the Fifth Legislative Council

See page 22

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¬†1834 ‚Äď The Literary Journal, and Weekly Register of Science and the Arts

See page 311

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1835 ‚Äď The revised statutes of the State of Missouri

See page 12

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1836 ‚Äď The revised ordinances of the City of Saint Louis

See page 21 

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1837 ‚Äď A Digest of the Laws of the State of Georgia

See page 902

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1838 ‚Äď Laws of the United States Relative to the Territory of Florida

See page 16

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1838 ‚Äď The revised statutes of the State of Indiana

See page 19

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1839 ‚Äď The statute laws of the territory of Iowa

See page 23

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1839 –¬†The public statute laws of the state of Connecticut

See page 23

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1839 –¬†PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES

See page 18

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1839 –¬†A digest of the laws of Mississippi

See page 19

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1839 –¬†A book of the United States; Exhibiting its geography, divisions, Constitution . . .

See page 804

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1840 –¬†The American citizen‚Äôs manual

See page 18

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1840 –¬†The true American

See page 25

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1841 –¬†The Political Text book

See page 129

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1842 –¬†A history of the United States

See page 287

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1842 –¬†Addresses and messages of the presidents of the United States

See page 18

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¬†1844 –¬†The American Politician

See page 27

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1845 –¬†The American Keepsake

See page 27

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1845 –¬†The Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri

See page 12

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1848 –¬†On the importance of an early correct education of children

See page 112

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1849 –¬†Lives of the heroes of the American Revolution

See page 322

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1850 –¬†A brief exposition of the constitution of the United States:

For the use of common schools

See page 100

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1851 –¬†The revised ordinances of the city of Springfield

See page 17

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1854 –¬†HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

See page 993

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1855 –¬†Laws, joint resolutions, and memorials passed at the regular session of the¬† General Assembly of the Territory of Nebraska

See page 20

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1856 –¬†Laws, Joint Resolutions, and Memorials Passed at the Second Session of the Legislative Assembly, of the Territory of Nebraska

See page 16

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1856 –¬†A course of lectures on the constitutional jurisprudence of the United States

See page 344

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1857 –¬†The True Republican

See page 20

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1860 –¬†Laws, Joint Resolutions and Memorials Passed at the Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Nebraska

See page 16

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1861 –¬†Faulkner‚Äôs history of the revolution in the southern states

See page 94
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1861 –¬†Faulkner‚Äôs history of the revolution in the southern states

See page 94

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1862 –¬†Session Laws North Dakota

See page 15 

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1862 –¬†General Laws of the State of Kansas¬†

See page 31

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1863 –¬†Manual of rules for the government of both branches of the Legislature of Pennsylvania¬†

See page 16

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1864 –¬†General Laws, Joint Resolutions, Memorials, and Private Acts Passed at the ‚Ķ Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Colorado

See page 26

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1866 –¬†Digest of the charter and the revised ordinances of the city of Saint Louis

See page 13

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1868 –¬†Doniphan County, Kansas, history and directory for 1868-9

See page 318

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1868 –¬†The revised statutes of Colorado

See page 27

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1868 –¬†The general statutes of the State of Kansas

See page 19

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1871 –¬†The origin, tendencies and principles of government

See page 17

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1876 –¬†The compiled laws of Wyoming

See Page XXIX

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1877 –¬†Vermont: Records of the governor and Council

See Page 422

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¬†1894 ‚Äď Documentary history of the Constitution of the United States of America;¬†1786-1870

See page 471

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