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87 U.S. 646

Mathews  v.  McStea


We are of opinion that the only question made and decided in this case against plaintiff in error was the sufficiency of the acts of the President to inaugurate a war which would render invalid this contract, and that this is one of the questions embraced by the act of February 5th, 1867.

The motion to dismiss is, therefore,

OVERRULED.

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