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Claims arising under the captured and abandoned property act of 1863, which provided that property when captured should be sold and the proceeds paid into the United States treasury, and that any person claiming to be the owner of property might at any time within two years after the close of the civil war bring suit in the court of claims for the proceeds and on satisfactory proof of certain facts recover its value, less some specified deductions.

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