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The "Continuous Voyage" Doctrine During the Civil War, and Now, 9 American Journal of International Law 793 (1915)

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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.

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