Duvall v. United States,
154 U.S. 548 (1866)

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Duvall v. United States, 154 U.S. 548 (1866)

Duvall v. United States

No. 145

Submitted March 27, 1866

Decided April 3, 1866

154 U.S. 548


This Court affirms, after the close of the civil war, a judgment condemning a vessel and cargo for violation of the Acts of July 13, 1861, c. 3, and August 6, 1861, c. 60, in transferring goods from Alexandria to a part of Virginia then in a state of insurrection.

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