Starke v. Chesapeake Insurance Company,
11 U.S. 420 (1813)

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Starke v. Chesapeake Insurance Company, 11 U.S. 7 Cranch 420 420 (1813)

Starke v. Chesapeake Insurance Company

11 U.S. (7 Cranch) 420




Decided: it need not appear by the record of naturalization that all the requisites prescribed by law for the admission of aliens to the rights of citizenship have been complied with. Semble that the judgment of the court admitting the alien to become a citizen is conclusive that all the prerequisites have been complied with, or that parol proof may be received in aid of the record.

Error to the Circuit Court for the District of Maryland in an action of covenant upon a policy of assurance in which the goods insured were warranted to be American property, "proof of which to be required in the United States only." A loss by capture having taken place, the plaintiff offered an abandonment which was refused, wherefore he brought this action:

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