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Re: Message not approved: Page 435 to 477 George Mercier

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  • jm367@bellsouth.net
    blah, blah. read Thorington v. Smith 75 US 1 (1868) There are several degrees of what is called de facto government. ... As contracts in themselves, these
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      blah, blah. read Thorington v. Smith 75 US 1 (1868)
      There are several degrees of what is called de facto government. ...
      As contracts in themselves, these notes [of the CSA] were nullities. ...
      They must be regarded, therefore, as a currency imposed on the community by
      irresistible force.

      Benefits from Rex ? Why the value of the unit of Rex's account varies
      precariously from Jan to Dec and is as "insignificant and pecarious" in
      value as were the CSA "dollars". "their use was a matter of almost absolute
      necessity". "they were made current as dollars by irresistible force."
      There is no holder in due course of a nullity.
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