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" ... them. To suppress their callings, the only means perhaps of their subsistence because a war exists in foreign and distant countries, in which we have no concern, would scarcely be expected. It would be hard in principle, and impossible in practice.... "
Memoir, Correspondence, and Miscellanies: From the Papers of Thomas Jefferson - Страница 234
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the ..., Том 1

1815
...practice. The law of nations, therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, has not required from them such an internal derangement in their occupations....confiscation of such portion of these arms as shall fall into ihe hands of any of the belligerent powers, on their way to the ports of their enemies. To this penalty...

State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

1817
...practice. The law of nations, therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, has not required from them such an internal derangement in their occupations....portion of these arms as shall fall into the hands of the belligerent powers, on their way to the ports of their enemies." This you will see stated in Mr....

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, cont

Thomas Jefferson - 1853
...would he hard in principle, and impossible in practice. The law of nations, therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, does not require from them...these arms as shall fall into the hands of any of the bclligcrent powers on their way to the ports of their enemies. To this penalty our citizens are warned...

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence

Thomas Jefferson, Henry Augustine Washington - 1859
...would he hard in principle, and impossible in practice. The law of nations, therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, does not require from them...these arms as shall fall into the hands of any of the belJigcrent powers on their way to the ports of their enemies. To this penalty our citizens are warned...

Papers Relating to Foreign Affairs, Том 1

1869
...would be hard iu principle and impossible in practice ; the law of nations, therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, does not require from them such an internal derangement of their occupations; it is satisfied with the external penalty pronounced by the President's proclamation,...

Recognition: A Chapter from the History of the North American & South ...

Frederick Waymouth Gibbs - 1863 - 46 страници
...be hard in " principle, and impossible in practice. The law of nations, " therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, does not " require from them such an internal derangement of their " occupations. It is satisfied with the external penalty pro" nounced in the President's Proclamation,...

In the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, Michaelmas Term, 27th Victoria ...

1864 - 571 страници
...would be hard in principle and impossible " in practice. The law of nations therefore, respecting the rights of " those at peace, does not require from them such an internal de" rangement of their occupations. It is satisfied witli the external " penalty pronounced in the...

The Exchequer Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Том 2

Edwin Tyrrell Hurlstone, Francis Joseph Coltman - 1866
...would be hard in principle and impossible in practice. The law of nations therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, does not require from them...portion of these arms as shall fall into the hands of toy of the belligerent powers on their way to the ports of their enemies. To this penalty oar citizens...

Report of the Neutrality Laws Commissioners: Together with an Appendix ...

Great Britain. Neutrality Laws Commissioners - 1868 - 80 страници
...would be hard in principle and impossible in practice; the law of nations, therefore, respecting the rights of those at peace, does not require from them such an internal derangement of their occupations ; it is satisfied with the external penalty pronounced in the President's Proclamation,...

CORRESPONDENCE CONTAINING AIMS AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN

1869
...would be hard in principle and impossible in practice ; the law of nations, therefore, res pecting the rights of those at peace does not require from them such an internal derangement of their occupations ; it is satisfied with the external penalty pronounced by the President's proclamation,...




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