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Samuel Chase (April 17, 1741 – June 19, 1811) was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and a signatory to the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Maryland. He was impeached on grounds of letting his partisan leanings affect his court decisions, but was acquitted by the  ...

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November 30, 1804. Senate Prepares for Impeachment Trial. Image of Samuel Chase. On November 30, 1804, for the third time in its brief history, the Senate began preparations for an impeachment trial. In 1798 and 1799, the Senate had tried a senator previously expelled on grounds of treason. Because that senator no ...

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Samuel Chase was born in Maryland on the seventeenth of April, 1741. He received a good classical education in Baltimore. He studied law and began practice in Annapolis. In 1774 he was selected to represent Maryland at the Continental Congress. He was re-elected to that post in 1775, and served there until 1778.

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Chase, Samuel (17 Apr. 1741-19 June 1811), associate justice of the Supreme Court, was born in Somerset County, Maryland, the son of Thomas Chase, .... as a Supreme Court justice, while his persuasive and remarkable opinions earned him a prominent place in the intellectual history of the early Supreme Court. Despite ...

www.dsdi1776.com/signers-by-state/samuel-chase

Dec 1, 2011 ... Not much is known about Chase's early life, other than he and his grand nephew, Jeremiah Chase, became friends and were home-schooled by Rector Chase in Latin, Greek, literature and history.“Though not college trained, the boys received a fair equivalent at home. Samuel and Jeremiah Townley ...

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Samuel Chase served as a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1796 to 1811. In 1804 the U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach Chase. However, the Senate did not uphold the House's action and Chase continued to serve on the Court until his death. Chase remains the only justice who has been the subject ...

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Samuel Chase. INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK COLLECTION . favored a strong government ruled by an elite and he opposed the radical ideas of the French Revolution. Chase was born April 17, 1741, in Somerset County, Maryland. His father, Thomas Chase, was a British-born clergyman of the Church  ...

allthingsliberty.com/2013/07/samuel-chases-wild-ride

Jul 2, 2013 ... Signing the Declaration by Charles Armand-Dumaresq, circa 1873 (The White House Historical Association). Myth: “In 1776, when Maryland instructed its delegates to the Continental Congress to vote against independence, Chase launched a successful campaign to persuade the Maryland assembly to ...

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Learn facts about the life of Samuel Chase in this biography of a signer of the Declaration of Independence and as a supreme court associate judge.