The Missing 13th Amendment

"TITLES OF NOBILITY" AND "HONOR"


 
                

[19] - REFERENCES

Titles of Nobility - DEFINITIONS

    From: Noah Webster 1828
    Bouvier's Law Dictionary 1848
    Black's Law Dictionary 1891
    Note: Because they are so similar, the definitions have been consolidated.

  • "Emolument": - A gain of profit or advantage.

  • "Foreign Power": - "Power" - a sovereign state; a controlling group; possession or control; authority or influence, political or otherwise.

  • "Honour": - One having dominion, advantage or privilege over another.

  • "Nobility": - Exalted rank - high social position.

  • "Title of Nobility": - An order of men, in several countries, to whom special privileges are granted,

  • "privileges": - To grant some particular right or exemption.

    From a court case, in Horst v. Moses, 48 Ala. 123, 142 (1872), which gave the following description of "Titles of Nobility":

    "to confer a title of nobility, is to nominate to an order of persons to whom privileges are granted at the expense of the rest of the people. It is not necessarily hereditary, and the objection to it arises more from the privileges supposed to be attached, than to the otherwise empty title or order. These components are forbidden separately in the terms "privilege", "honor", and "emoluments", as they are collectively in the term "title of nobility". The prohibition is not affected by any consideration paid or rendered for the grant."


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More information is being found, and we will present it when available.
[ 1] TITLES OF NOBILITY" AND "HONOR"
[ 2] MEANING of the 13th Amendment
[ 3] HISTORICAL CONTEXT
[ 4] DON'T BANK ON IT
[ 5] PAPER MONEY
[ 6] CONSPIRACIES
[ 7] TITLES OF NOBILITY
[ 8] INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION
[ 9] HONOR
[10] WHAT IF?
[11] PARADISE LOST
[12] RATIFICATION FOUND
[13] THE AMENDMENT DISAPPEARS
[14] SIGNIFICANCE OF REMOVAL
[15] TO THE ARCHIVES!
[16] Article XIII
[17] SUMMARY
[18] STATE PUBLICATIONS
[19] PUBLICATIONS
[20] DEFINITIONS
 
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