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" ... bore sway was essentially military. No courts were organized, and offenders against the laws were either sent from remote parts of the settlement to Detroit for trial, or perhaps more usually suffered to escape punishment. The civil code was limited,... "
The Bench and Bar of Wisconsin: History and Biography, with Portrait ... - Page 16
by Parker McCobb Reed - 1882 - 542 pages
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Journal of Proceedings

Wisconsin. Legislature. Senate - Legislation - 1856
...to escape punishment. The civil code was limited, and but sparingly administered. But the military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies...citizen as uncomfortable as possible. Instances of high handed oppression and injustice were, in the early days of our history, frequently committed by...
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Public Documents of the State of Wisconsin: Being the Reports of the Various ...

Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1856
...to escape punishment. The civil code was limited, and but sparingly administered. But the military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies...citizen as uncomfortable as possible. Instances of high handed oppression and injustice were, in the early days of our history, frequently committed by...
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Annual Report and Collections of the State Historical Society ..., Volumes 1-2

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1855
...to escape punishment. The civil code was limited, and but sparingly administered. But the military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies...tinsel than discretion, became the commanding officer, arid to mark the era of hi» reign, would exercise his " little brief authority" in an arbitrary manner,...
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THE STATE OF WISCONSIN

CHARLES R. TUTTLE - 1875
...remote settlements to Detroit for trial, or, perhaps, more usually escaped prosecution. The military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies of the civil ; and it not unfrequently happened that military commandants would so arbitrarily exercise the powers...
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Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Volume 2

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1903
...to escape punishment. The civil code was limited, and but sparingly administered. But the military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies...genius, possessed of more tinsel than discretion, l>eeame the commanding officer, and to mark the era of his reign, would exercise his "little brief...
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Collections - State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Volume 2

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1903
...to escape punishment. The civil code was limited, and but sparingly administered. But the military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies...citizen as uncomfortable as possible. Instances of high handed oppression and injustice were, in the early days of our history, frequently committed by...
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Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Volumes 1-2

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - Wisconsin - 1855
...to escape punishment. The civil code was limited, and but sparingly administered. But the military code, such as it was, more than supplied the deficiencies...some military genius, possessed of more tinsel than disaretion, became the commanding officer, and to mark the era of his reign, would exercise his " little...
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A Gathering of Rivers: Indians, Mätis, and Mining in the Western Great Lakes ...

Lucy Eldersveld Murphy - Social Science - 2004 - 233 pages
...making themselves obnoxious to the Creole residents. Henry Baird summed up the situation in this way: "it occasionally happened that some military genius,...manner, and thus contrive to render the condition of the citizens as uncomfortable as possible. Instances of high handed oppression and injustice were . . ....
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A Gathering of Rivers: Indians, Mätis, and Mining in the Western Great Lakes ...

Lucy Eldersveld Murphy - Social Science - 2000 - 233 pages
...making themselves obnoxious to the Creole residents. Henry Baird summed up the situation in this way: "it occasionally happened that some military genius, possessed of more tinsel than discretion, became 7o Fur Trade and Accommodation the commanding officer, and to mark the era of his reign, would exercise...
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