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1866

The William Bagaley

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1866

..... plenary evidence that ample time was afforded to every loyal citizen desiring to improve it, to withdraw all such effects and dispose of all such interests. "partnership with a foreigner," says maclachlan, "is dissolved by the same event which makes him an alien enemy," and judge story says, "that there is ..... as to their respective rights, duties, and obligations, both public and private, and therefore that a dissolution must necessarily result therefrom independent of the will or acts of the parties. [ footnote 8 ]" executory contracts with an alien enemy, or even with a neutral, if they cannot be performed except in the ..... between the inhabitants of the states in insurrection and the rest of the united states. [ footnote 7 ] provision of the sixth section of the act is, that after fifteen days from the issuing of such proclamation, "any ship or vessel belonging whole or part to any citizen or inhabitant" of ..... of one of her pretended courts, "at some time during the year 1862 -- the exact date not known" -- confiscated the same. that all such acts and proceedings of the insurrectionary government were void, and that the title of the claimant to his property remains unimpaired. on the trial, these facts were ..... and that he had never in any way aided or abetted the rebellion, and after the breaking out of the same had never exercised any act of ownership or control over the property or the captured steamer, and that he had no connection with or knowledge of the unlawful voyage of .....

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1866

United States Vs. Repentigny

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1866

..... cadotte, a frenchman, who had gone out there with him apparently as an attendant, and who had married an indian woman. in 1756, at montreal, he entered into a partnership with de langy and another person for carrying on the fur trade at the saut and other posts in that region ..... for their adoption. they always have in view the good of commerce, or the importance of restraining some indian nation, but the most often it has been proved that they act under private interest. these posts however cost a great deal to the king as well for their establishment ..... the relations to their ancient sovereign are dissolved. speaking of the cession of florida, he observed: "had florida changed its sovereign by an act containing no stipulation respecting the property of individuals, the right of property in all those who became subjects or citizens of the new government would ..... and ordinances of the government under which the titles originated; also according to the law of nations and the stipulations of treaties. this act of 1860, which authorizes the institution of these proceedings, was passed in pursuance of petitions to congress by the representatives of the original grantees ..... seigniories by the said king, after a forfeiture had occurred for non-fulfillment of the conditions of the fief. and under our system, a legislative act -- after forfeiture from nonfulfillment of the seigniorial conditions -- directing the appropriation and possession of the land -- which is equivalent to the "office found" .....

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