The Law of Nations Affecting Commerce During War: With a Review of the Jurisdiction, Practice and Proceedings of Prize Courts

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Madonna delle Grazie
34
Rule in the early ages
36
THE CIVIL WAR IN THE UNITED STATES
44
Fleming vs Page 304
49
Calypso the 424 279 339
50
President the 409 111
51
Case of The General Parkhill United States District Court for the Eastern District
55
Charlotte Fox the 328
56
Falcon the 390
67
Case of The F W Johnson United States District Court for the District of Maryland
76
Case of The Amy Warwick United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
82
Concordia the 395 338
86
CHAPTER III
108
McConnel vs Hector
113
What constitutes residence in a hostile country to impress a hostile character
114
Personal residence not requisite
124
National character of ship generally determined by the residence of the owner
130
Character of the flag impresses the vessel
135
Transfers in general
141
Mariana the
146
Recent American decisions on the doctrine of hostile character by hostile residence
147
Carl Walter the 429 411 431
153
The right as applied to slave property resulting from the civil war in the United States
161
Civil embargo
168
Gist vs Mason 22 30
169
Right acknowledged by all nations
175
Velomane the 178 195
178
Mariamne the
185
Distinction between privateers and letters of marque
186
Grotius the
190
Eliza Ann the 5
194
Galen the 198 229
198
Mentor the
200
Twilhieg Rigct the
201
Eole l
202
Doctrine of constructive assistance as between public and private armed vessels
209
Etoile l 213 230
213
Guillaume Tell the
216
Mars the
218
No jointcapture when in sight only from the masthead
219
El Rayo the
221
Whether army forces can be entitled as jointcaptors with naval forces
225
Minerva the
229
CHAPTER V
259
Emanuel the
262
Hoop the 17
263
Rule of exclusion does not operate if it would deprive the neutral of his accustomed
267
Margaretha Magdalena the
269
The armed neutrality
274
What is a violation of blockade
283
Twee Gebroeders the
285
Case of The Elizabeth
290
Blockade of the southern ports of the United States
298
JUDICIAL CONSTRUCTION OF THE EXECUTIVE PROCLAMATION
309
Opinion of Justice Grier
323
Twee Juffrowen the 328 407
328
Edward the
330
Mende Brodee
331
VISITATION AND SEARCH 834
334
Eleonora the
336
Two Brothers the
339
The right as applicable to ships of war
343
Talbot vs Johnson 391
349
OF THE PRIZE JURISDIOTION OF COURTS OF ADMIRALTY AND OF THE PRACTICE AND PRO
383
Eliza the
389
Rules as to first duty of captors on securing possession of prize
393
PRIZE COMISSIONERS Their appointment powers and duties
396
Service and monition
402
The national character of prize property generally the principal issue
408
Divina Pastor the 12
410
Distributive proportions
414
MILITARY SALVAGE Its amount in the United States fixed by statuto
420
FARTHER PROOF Order forwhen made
426
Rapid the 23
428
Order of sale
430
THE DOTY OF CAPTORS
436
Case of The Louisa Agnes United States District Court New York
442
C
449
Witnesses to be examined without the presence of counsel
455
Vessels within signal distance entitled to share
461
Decree of distribution How required to be rendered by the act of March 25th 1862
463
Incongruous legislation rendered inoperative a subsequent attempt to provide a remedy
469
Standing interrogatories to witnesses examined in preparatorio
479
No 4
485
Proclamation for emancipation 493
493
No commission requisite for recapture 242
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