arises on the primary evidence in this case — the depositions and
ship-papers — that this ship was, according to tlie evidence, taken
twenty miles from the coast of Finland. If that i-an be consti-
tuted into a cause for detention, and to justify the ]>roduftiou of
captors' evidence, it does appear to nir tliat any vrsscl navigating
the gulf, which is about sixty miles wide, might be detained on u
similar presumption. The decr(>o is, tluTcfore, sinipli' restitution.
[The captors and the claimaui api)i>al('d.]
(/) Ante, p. -i^l.
Tin: A LINK AND FANNV.
isr^e A^^iiiiist this decree the present api)eal was prosecuted l)y tlio
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