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Página 258 - Justice will meet immediately under pain of forfeiture ; they will convoke the juries in the place which they will select to proceed to the judgment of the President and his accomplices ; they will nominate the magistrates charged to fulfil the duties of public Ministers ; — And seeing that the National...