Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission : Adolphus Torres v. U.S., No. 65; Citizenship, 1. When fraudulent, 2. When abandoned; Brief for U.S. in response to Order No. 628 of Commission, directing briefs to be filed on questions (1) of conclusiveness of naturalization, and (2) of abandonment of citizenship.

United States. Department of the Interior. Office of the Assistant Attorney General [Browse]
[Washington] : GPO, 1904.
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Series of reports presenting statements of facts and briefs from proceedings to adjudicate claims of U.S. citizens against Spain from the outbreak of the Cuban insurrection in 1895, as provided for in the treaty concluding the Spanish-American War. Claims are for property damage and loss, or for wrongful death or imprisonment.
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