Acts and documents concerning the organization of the court

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Series D contains acts and documents concerning the organization of the Court, as well as the preparation of its Rules of Court and the modifications to those Rules. The Court’s Yearbooks (entitled Annual Reports) can be found in Series E.

Series F contains the catalogues of the Court’s publications. CONCERNING OUR LIBERTIES 1. We conceive the patent (under God) to be the first and main foundation of our civil polity here, by a Governor and Company, according as is therein expressed. The Governor and Company are, by the patent, a body politic, in fact and name 3.

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