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" It has been distinctly intimated to America that we do not recognize their municipal right in the matter; and if they were to proclaim, for example, that Charleston was not to be traded with, and did not keep a sufficient force of ships there, we should... "
Del rispetto della proprietą privata fra gli stati in guerra - Halaman 286
oleh Ercole Vidari - 1867 - 407 halaman
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Del rispetto della proprietą privata fra gli stati in guerra

Ercole Vidari - 1867 - 432 halaman
...America that we do not recoguize their municipal righl in ibe matter ; and if they were to proctami , for example , that Charleston was not to be traded with , and did not keqi a sutHcient l'uree of ships there, we should go on trading with the towu just as if nothing bad...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - 1886 - 1062 halaman
...note), he said: It lias been distinctly iutimated to America that we do not recognize their m«nicipal right in the matter; and if they were to proclaim,...trading with the town just as if nothing had occurred. It is only upon condition that the blockade shall be effectively maintained as between belligerents...
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Speeches on Questions of Public Policy, Jilid 2

Richard Cobden - 1870 - 698 halaman
...belligerent. It has been distinctly intimated to the United States Government that we do not recognise their municipal right in the matter ; and if they...force of ships there, we should go on trading with the port just as if nothing had occurred. It is •only upon condition that the blockade shall be effectively...
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Speeches on Questions of Public Policy

Richard Cobden - 1878 - 680 halaman
...belligerent. It has been distinctly intimated to the United States Government that we do not recognise their municipal right in the matter ; and if they...force of ships there, we should go on trading with the port just as if nothing had occurred. It is only upon condition that the blockade shall be effectively...
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A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Jilid 3

Francis Wharton - 1886 - 862 halaman
...Cobden, made on October 25, 1802 (cited in Lawrence's Wheaton, 2d annotated ed., 823, note), he said: 'It has been distinctly intimated to America that...trading with the town just as if nothing had occurred. It is only upon condition that the blockade shall be effectively maintained as betweeu belligerents...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - 1886 - 1060 halaman
...said: It has been distinctly intimated to America that we do not recognize their tntmiotiit'i right iu the matter; and if they were to proclaim, for example),...trading with the town just as if nothing had occurred. It is only upon condition that the blockade shall be effectively maintained as between belligerents...
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A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Papers emanating ...

Francis Wharton - 1886 - 858 halaman
...Cobden, made on October 25, 1862 (cited in Lawrence's Wheaton, 2d annotated ed., 823, note), he said: «It has been distinctly intimated to America that...that Charleston was not to be traded with, and did nqt keep a sufficient force of ships there, we should go on trading with the town just as if nothing...
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A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Jilid 3

Francis Wharton - 1887 - 1020 halaman
...Cobden, made on October 25,18G2 (cited in Lawrence's Wheaton, 2d annotated ed., 823, note), he said: 'It has been distinctly intimated to America that...Charleston was not to be traded with, and did not keep a suflicient force of ships there, we should go on trading with the town just as if nothing had occurred....
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Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Jilid 3

Francis Wharton - 1888 - 1020 halaman
...Cobden, made on October 25, 18G2 (cited in Lawrence's AVheaton, 2d annotated ed., 823, note), he said: 'It has been distinctly intimated to America that we do not recognize their municipal right iu the matter; and if they were to proclaim, for example, that Charleston was not to be traded with,...
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Modes of redress; war; maritime war; prize courts; contraband; blockade ...

John Bassett Moore - 1906 - 1132 halaman
...made on October 25, 1862 (cited in Lawrence's Wheaton, 2d annotated ed., p. 823, note), he said: " ' It has been distinctly intimated to America that we...trading with the town just as if nothing had occurred. It is only upon condition that the blockade shall be effectively maintained as between belligerents...
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