1. James Wilson was back in action after playing two games Friday, an afternoon game in the SJIT and then a DCIAA game against Dunbar, which it won, with an immediate return to Hagerstown and their hotel.
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4. James Wilson was the fourth of the seven children of Alison Landall and William Wilson, a Presbyterian farming family.
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5. James Wilson emigrated from Scotland in the mid 1760s, studied law, and quickly gained prominence and success in Philadelphia.
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8. James Wilson became the first professor of law at the College of Philadelphia in 1790—only the second at any academic institution in the United States—in which he mostly ignored the practical matters of legal training.
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9. James Wilson understood clearly the central problem of dual sovereignty and held a vision of an almost limitless future for the United States.
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13. James Wilson attained the bar in Philadelphia in 1767, and established a practice in Reading, Pennsylvania.
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16. James Wilson played a major role in drafting the 1790 Pennsylvania Constitution.
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17. James Wilson put the first Jewish justice on the Supreme Court.
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23. James Wilson seemed a likely possibility, but because of his preoccupation with land and business ventures, Washington ultimately turned to Oliver Ellsworth, a Connecticut Federalist, a member of the Philadelphia Convention, and the principal framer of the Judiciary Act of 1789.
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25. James Wilson wanted to be Chief Justice, a position that he believed he had earned for his resolute support of the new national government.
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28. At the same time, James Wilson was busy becoming a justice of the Supreme Court and managing his increasingly chaotic business affairs.
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34. James Wilson was briefly imprisoned for a small debt in Burlington, New Jersey.
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35. James Wilson was elected twice to the Continental Congress, and was a major force in drafting the United States Constitution.
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39. James Wilson helped to draft the US Constitution during the Constitutional Convention in 1787, and then he led the fight for ratification in Pennsylvania.
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40. James Wilson was born on Sept 14, 1742, in Fife, Scotland, and studied at Scottish universities before immigrating to America in 1765.
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43. James Wilson was opposed to the Pennsylvania constitution because of its provision for a unicameral legislature, and because of this was removed from Congress in 1777.
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44. James Wilson served on the United States Supreme Court from 1789 to 1798.
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46. James Wilson continued to practice law, and was France's lawyer in the US.
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48. James Wilson was elected two times to the Continental Congress, and was a major force in drafting the United States Constitution.
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49. James Wilson was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
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51. James Wilson modeled Pennsylvania's state constitution of 1790, which he largely wrote, on the federal constitution.
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54. In the last years of the Revolution, James Wilson took part in many speculative schemes, and he became legal adviser to Robert Morris in the formation of the Bank of America in 1780.
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60. James Wilson was born on Sept 14, 1742, on a farm in Fifeshire, Scotland.
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61. James Wilson was a patriot leader during the American Revolution and an influential delegate at the Federal Convention of 1787.
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62. James Wilson served on the Supreme Court from 1789 to 1798, but the latter years of his life ended in disgrace.
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65. James Wilson is a former county sheriff in Williamson County, Texas.
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72. James Wilson was a delegate to the 1787 Philadelphia Convention, and served on the Committee of Detail, which produced the first draft of the United States Constitution.
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74. James Wilson was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and a signatory of the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
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