Habeas Corpus in time of rebellion

Lincoln, Abraham
August 2017
Habeas Corpus in Time of Rebellion;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of a September 24, 1862 proclamation by the president of the United States, suspending the right of habeas corpus during the United States Civil War as a necessary measure for putting down the Southern States' rebellion. Offenses which are liable to arrest under martial law, under this proclamation.


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