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" As Commander-in-Chief, he is authori/.ed to direct the movements of the naval and military forces placed by law at his command and to employ them in the manner he may deem most effectual to harass and conquer and subdue the enemy. "
History of the Bench and Bar of Southern California - Page 17
by Willoughby Rodman - 1909 - 267 pages
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Decision rendered by Chief Judge Dunlop, of the District of Columbia, in the ...

United States. District Court (District of Columbia), James Dunlop - 1861 - 12 pages
...Page, (9th Howard, 615,) the present Chief Justice says : "As commander-in-chief, he is authorized to direct the movements of the naval and military...effectual to harass and conquer and subdue the enemy." Again, at page 616 : •'The person who acted in the character of collector, in this instance, acted...
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THE UNITED STATES VS. ANDRES CASTILLERO

1861
...power are purely military. As commander-inchief, he is authorized to direct the military and naval forces placed by law at his command, and to employ them in the manner he may deem most effectual to harrass and conquer and subdue the enemy. He may invade the hostile country, and subject it to the...
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The American Annual Cyclopędia and Register of Important Events ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1863
...were that the President was commander-in-chief of the army and navy, and, as such, ho was authorized to direct the movements of the naval and military...and to employ them in the manner he may deem most eflcctual to harass and conquer and subdue tlie enemy. As chief of tho navy, nobody can doubt the right...
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The Law of Nations Affecting Commerce During War: With a Review of the ...

Francis Henry Upton - Capture at sea - 1863 - 503 pages
...al. vs. Page (9 Howard, 615), the present Chief-Justice says: 'As commander-in-chief he is authorized to direct the movements of the naval and military...law at his command, and to employ them in the manner Tie may deem most effectual to harass and conquer and subdue the enemy.' Again, at page 616: 'The person...
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The Law of Nations Affecting Commerce During War: With a Review of the ...

Francis Henry Upton - Capture at sea - 1863 - 503 pages
...to direct the movements of the naval an,d military forces," and " to employ them in such manner as he may deem most effectual, to harass and conquer and subdue the enem^J^J The institution of a blockade is a right much more exactly denned and recognized in the law...
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The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important Events of the Year

1864
...were that the President was cominander-in-chief of the army and MTT, and, as such, he was authorized to direct the movements of the naval and military...effectual to harass and conquer and subdue the enemy. In case* of invasion by a foreign power, or insurrection at home, it is exclusively with the President...
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Appleton's Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events of the Years

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1867
...were that the President was commander-in-chief of the army and navy, and, as such, he was authorized to direct the movements of the naval and military...the manner he may deem most effectual to harass and conqner and subdue the enemy. As chief of tbe navy, nobody can donbt the right of its commander to...
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War Powers Under the Constitution of the United States

William Whiting - Executive power - 1864 - 342 pages
...authorized to direct the move- Powers of men's of the naval and military forces placed bylaw at hi* command,^^™^ and to 'employ them in the manner he may deem most effectual to har- mamler-ina.,-s and conquer and subdue the enemy. He may invade the A^e™^,,,,. country, and subject...
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Military Government of Hostile Territory in Time of War

William Whiting - Presidents - 1864 - 92 pages
...move- Powers of ments of the naval and military forces placed by law at his command, Jientas^omand to employ them in the manner he may deem most effectual to har- mander-inass and conquer and subdue the enemy. He may invade the hostile ^ ilet to . country,...
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Military government of hostile territory in time of war

William Whiting - Executive power - 1864 - 92 pages
...power are purely military. As commander-in-chief, he is authorized to direct the move- Powers of ments of the naval and military forces placed by law at his command, ^^^comand to employ them in the manner he may deem most effectual to har- mander-inass and conquer...
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