Table of contents for The Confederacy on trial : the piracy and sequestration cases of 1861 / Mark A. Weitz.

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Editor's Preface
Introduction: "It Was as If It Were Not"
1. "And the Fame of the Dane Revive Again / Ye Vikings of the South"
2. "If They Meet It Is Only to Combat"
3. "We Shall Have No Peace Forever"
4. "A Fair and Impartial Trial"
5. "Summon the Community by Sound of Trumpet"
6. "I Lay This Offering of Age on the Altar of Justice"
7. "I Cannot Insult and Ridicule the Feelings of Millions"
8. "For God's Sake, Leave This to the Clash of Arms"
Conclusion: "Other Unlawful Combinations"
Relevant Cases
Bibliographical Essay

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Trials (Piracy) -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Hijacking of ships -- United States -- Cases.
Prize law -- United States -- Cases.
Capture at sea -- Cases.
Enemy property -- Cases.
Effectiveness and validity of law -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Effectiveness and validity of law -- Confederate States of America -- History -- 19th century.
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Confiscations and contributions.
Confederate States of America -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Confederate States of America -- International status.