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Ship "Six Sisters." A letter from the Assistant Clerk of the Court of Claims transmitting the findings of the court in the French spoliation claim relating to the vessel ship "Six Sisters," Daniel Baker, master. January 3, 1912. -- Referred to the Committee on Claims and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]

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Published: Washington, DC, 1912
Series: United States congressional serial set ; serial set no. 6325
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 62nd Congress, no. 374
Topics: International claims. | Judicial opinions. | Merchant ships. | Seizure of vessels and cargoes. | Quasi-war with France (1791-1800) | Six Sisters (Ship) | Adams, Brooks. | Amory, Thomas. | Brooks, Peter Chardon. | Fellowes, Nathaniel. | Gilman, Nicholas. | Hatch, Crowell. | King, George G. | Lovering, Charles T. | Lowell, A. Lawrence. | Perry, William G. | Taylor, Joseph. | Trask, William Ropes.
Regions: France.
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