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Omnibus, the, 411.
Oswell us. Vigne, 412
Oster Reiser, the, 429.
Osceola, the, 441.
Olive, the, 441.

Roberts vs. Hartley, 415.
Rendsburg, the, 423.
Romeo, the, 426.
Rising Sun, the, 427.
Richmond, the, 429.
Rendsburg, the, 431.
Randers Bye, the, 288.
Revere, the, 316, 320, 455.

Vrow Catherina, the, 146, 405.

Vryheid, the, 204.

Virginie, the, 229.

Victoria, the, 390, 420.

Vigilantia, the, 409, 412.

Vrow Judith, the, 412, 422.

Vrow Catherina, the, 109.

Venus, the, 110.
Vestal, the, 206.
Vryheid, the, 211.
Volant, the, 271.
Vrow Judith, the, 282.
Vrow Hermina, the, 427.

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Urania, the, 414, 243.
United States vs. Peters, 391.
Union, the, 414.

Zuchman, the, 328.

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ADDENDA TO CHAPTER II.

Review of the judicial discussions and determinations of the rights and liabilities re-

sulting therefrom...............................................

Belligerent rights exercised by the United States in the conduct of the war.........
Wisdom of the policy of the belligerent blockade of the insurgent ports...........
Preference to a municipal regulation of closing the ports as ports of entry..........
Objections raised to the validity of captures for the violation of the blockade. ......
Judicial determinations of these objections.........
Case of The Tropic Wind. United States District Court for the District of Columbia

Opinion of Justice Dunlop.....

Case of The General Purkhill. United States District Court for the Eastern District

of Pennsylvania........

Opinion of Justice Cadwallader.......
Cases of The Iliawathu, North Carolina, Pioneer, Crenshaw, Winnifred, Hannah M.

Johnson, Lynchburg, General Green, Hallie Jackson, Forest King. United States Dis-

trict Court for the Southern District of New York........

Opinion of Justice Betts........

Case of The F W. Johnson. United States District Court for the District of Maryland

Opinion of Justico Giles.........

Case of The Amy Warwick. United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Opinion of Justice Sprague..........

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CHAPTER III.

OF THE RIGIITS OF BELLIGERENTS TO INTERFERE WITH THE COMMERCE, AND TO CAPTURE

AND CONFISCATE THE PROPERTY OF OTHER THAN ADVERSE BELLIGERENTS; AND HEREIN
WHAT CONSTITUTES HOSTILITY OF CHARACTER, BOTII AS REGARDS PERSOX AND PROPERTY

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ADDENDA TO CHAPTER III.
Recent American decisions on the doctrine of hostile character by hostile residence..
Case of the Sarah Sturr. United States District Court, New York...............

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Case of The Joseph H. Toone. United States Court, New York...................
Case of The General Parkhill. United States Court, Pennsylvania................

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Case of The Revere. United States Court, Massachusetts.........................

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Case of The General Parkhill. United States Court, Pennsylvania................
Case of The Amy Warwick. United States Court, Massachusetts........
Transfers by enemies to neutrals during war void, as a fraud on belligerent rights...
Secret liens disregarded by courts of prize...........................
Case of The Arcola United States District Court, Maryland. ....................

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Case of The Amy Warwick.. Claim of John L. Phipps & Co. United States District

Court, Massachusetts..................

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The commerce of the enemy the legitimate prize of war.......

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Leading principles of national law on this subject. ......
The right as applied to slave property resulting from the civil war in the United States

Professor Parson's opinion upon this subject......

EUBARGO defined...

Warlike and civil....

Modern practice as to embargo..........................

Operation and effect of embargo...................

Civil embargo.............:
The embargo of the United States of 1307.....
Its oppressive effects on the commerce of the nation
Submitted to when pronounced constitutional by the courts...
REPRISALS generally......
To redress individual wrongs...
Right acknowledged by all nations..........
Acted upon by the United States.....
CAPTURE—its definition.....
By public vessels...
By privateers.........

Yateers, .............................................................

Their authority, power, and rights........

Privateers must be commissioned.

Doctrine of United States courts on this subject ...........

Character of privateering ..........

lo conflict with the spirit of the age.......

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Efforts of the United States government to discountenance privateering .....

Revocation of commissions of privateers.... .........

Validity of capture not affected by reason of the captor being an alien enemy........

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