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Ship Rose. Letter from the Assistant Clerk of the Court of Claims, transmitting a copy of the conclusions of fact and law in the case of claims (French spoliation) relating to ship Rose against the United States. January 6, 1902. -- Referred to the Committee on Claims and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]

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Published: Washington, DC, 1902
Series: United States congressional serial set ; serial set no. 4337
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 57th Congress, no. 173
Topics: International claims. | Judicial opinions. | Merchant ships. | Privateering. | Seizure of vessels and cargoes. | Quasi-war with France (1791-1800) | Rose (Ship) | Bartlett, Edmund. | Bartlett, William. | Chase, William. | Cook, Zebedee. | Goss, Daniel J. | Jewett, Francis A. | Johnson, Lawrence H.H. | Kemble, Arthur. | Kimball, Edmund. | Little, George L. | Noyes, Amos. | Noyes, Horace P. | Pearson, Amos. | Pearson, John. | Prince, James. | Titcomb, Joseph A. | Wells, John. | Whalen, John. | Wilson, Franklin A.
Regions: France.
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