(90) His dismay over the prospect of judicial supremacy is reflected in his 1788 Observations on Jefferson's Draft Constitution for Virginia, in which he wrote as follows: (91) In the State Constitutions & indeed in the Fedl
. one also, no provision is made for the case of a disagreement in expounding them; and as the Courts are generally the last in making their decision, it results to them, by refusing or not refusing to execute a law, to stamp it with its final character.
The B.of Manassas took place on the 21st July & while a large portion of the Fedl
. Army were disbanded after that date and of course were only gradually replaced, the Confederate Troops who fought that day as raw recruits have been constantly drilled, have performed for 3 months all the duties of an army before the enemy & are to this day animated by the recollection of this victory.