The "Continuous Voyage" Doctrine During the Civil War, and Now, 9 American Journal of International Law 793 (1915)
Mr. Atherly-Jones, in his Commerce in War, says that what the courts of the United States did, during the Civil War, was not to apply the principle of a continuous voyage (which had been originally asserted in support of national monopolies of colonial trade), to the carriage of contraband goods, still less to blockades; but to depart from the old rules of evidence.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Baldwin, Simeon E., "The "Continuous Voyage" Doctrine During the Civil War, and Now" (1915). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4273.