U.S. Supreme Court
The Good Catharine v. United States, 11 U.S. 7 Cranch 349 349 (1813)
The Good Catharine v. United States
11 U.S. (7 Cranch) 349
APPEAL FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND
Decided: that a merchant vessel of the United States, captured as prize, condemned and sold, and afterwards purchased by her former master, a citizen of the United States who obtained a Danish burgher's brief and who cleared out of a port of the United States as a Dane, is a foreign vessel within the fifth section of the Act of 9 January, 1808, supplementary to the embargo act, although the purchaser was yet a citizen of the United States.
This was an appeal from the sentence of the Circuit Court for the District of Maryland, which condemned the schooner Good Catharine as a foreign vessel for a violation of the 5th section of the Act of January 9, 1808, supplementary to the Embargo Act, vol. 9, p. 13, which declares