Before Spanish Treaty Claims Commission, brief by counsel for Government in response to request of Commission for "further argument of question of construction and application, in cases now before Commission, of Treaty of 1795 and Protocol of 1877"; brief by counsel for Government in reply to "question whether reconcentration orders were legitimate acts of war, and what results therefrom, or from other military orders, made Spain liable for damages, actual and direct, and not remote or prospective, to citizens of U.S."

United States. Department of the Interior. Office of the Assistant Attorney General [Browse]
[Washington] : GPO, 1903.
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