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The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1863., [Electronic resource], One hundred and seventy-five dollars reward. (search)
r even the power of seizure. That the shipwrights of a neutral country have a right to make ships for the market of the world; that the right does not lapse on the mere opening of a war in which their Government has no concern; that the actual knowledge of a practical and particular demand in the market aforesaid no more destroys their right than their chance of profit — these, we believe, are conclusions which can be as little gainsaid as they can with regard to gunpowder, rifles, or Sheffield cuttery. So far as the facts of the present case have been, not known, but surmised, it might have been conjectured that Messrs. Laird had every ground for free trade in their business; and we are well aware that certain of the very ablest legists in this country — possibly we might venture to guess that even some who were in a yet more responsible position — at first inclined to the opinion that the international code would afford neither the requirement nor the warrant to arrest the dep<