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" Government, after taking legal advice, is that it is perfectly competent to the government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed; but in the event of insurrection or civil war in that... "
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по United States. Congress. Senate - 1862
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A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Том 3

Francis Wharton - 1887
...state of tranquillity to say which porta shall\)e open to trade and which shall be closed ; but i» the event of insurrection or civil war in that country,...facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would be a violation of international law with regard to blockades.' His lordship added that orders had been...

A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Том 3

Francis Wharton - 1887
...perfectly competent to the Government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed ; but in...country, it is not competent for its Government to close tbe ports that are de facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would be a violation of international...

A Digest of the International Law of the United States: Taken from ..., Том 3

Francis Wharton - 1887
...perfectly competent for the Government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed; but in the event ofjnsurrection or civil war in that country, it is not competent for its Government to close the ports...

Venezuelan Arbitrations of 1903: Including Protocols, Personnel and Rules of ...

W. T. Sherman Doyle - 1904 - 1105 страници
...perfectly competent for the government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed; but in...facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would lie an invasion of international law with regard to blockade." (Wharton, vol. 3, sec. 359, p. 355.)...

Venezuelan Arbitrations of 1903: Including Protocols, Personnel and Rules of ...

Jackson Harvey Ralston, W. T. Sherman Doyle - 1904 - 1105 страници
...government of ¡i count in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall \x open to trade and which shall closed; but in the event of insurrection or civil...that country it is not competent for its government {r> close the ports that are de facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would be an invasion...

International Law, Част 1

John Westlake - 1904 - 690 страници
...of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports should be open to trade and which should be closed. But in the event of insurrection or civil war in that country, it was not competent for its government to close ports which were de facto in the hands of the insurgents,...

Venezuelan Arbitrations of 1903: Including Protocols, Personnel and Rules of ...

Jackson Harvey Ralston, W. T. Sherman Doyle - 1904 - 1105 страници
...of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which porta should be open to trade and which should be closed; but in the event of insurrection or civil war in that country, it was not competent for its government to close ports which were tie facto in the hands of the insurrectionists,...

A Digest of International Law: As Embodied in Diplomatic Discussions ...

John Bassett Moore, Francis Wharton - 1906
...perfectly competent to the government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed} but in...facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would be a violation of international law with regard to blockades.' li His lordship added that orders had been...

Congressional Serial Set

1906
...perfectly competent to the government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed; but in...facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would be a violation of international law with regard to blockades.' " His lordship added that orders had been...

A Digest of International Law: As Embodied in Diplomatic Discussions ...

John Bassett Moore, Francis Wharton - 1906
...perfectly competent to the government of a country in a state of tranquillity to say which ports shall be open to trade and which shall be closed; but in...facto in the hands of the insurgents, as that would be a violation of international law with regard to blockades.' "His lordship added that orders had been...




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