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" Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public law by the interposition of a neutral port between the shipment from the belligerent port and the ultimate destination in the enemy's country, but in all such cases the goods have been condemned as having... "
Military Government of Hostile Territory in Time of War - Page 80
by William Whiting - 1864 - 92 pages
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War Powers Under the Constitution of the United States

William Whiting - Executive power - 1864 - 376 pages
...considered an enemy. Vide also Wheaton on Captures, p. 219 ; and 1 C. Robinson, 219, the case of The Nelly." Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public...port and their ultimate destination in the enemy's coun try ; but in all such cases the goods have been condemned as havNon inter ing been taken in a...
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War Powers Under the Constitution of the United States: Military Arrests ...

William Whiting - Executive power - 1871 - 736 pages
...Vide also Wheaton on Captures, p. 219; and 1 C. Robinson, 219, the case of The Nelly." Attempts hare been made to evade the rule of public law, by the...port and their ultimate destination in the enemy's coun try ; but in all such cases the goods have been condemned as havNon Inter- ing been taken in a...
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War Powers Under the Constitution of the United States: Military Arrests ...

William Whiting - Executive power - 1871 - 728 pages
...considered an enemy. Vide also Wheaton on Captures, p. 219 ; and 1 C. Robinson, 219, the case of The Nelly." Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public...law, by the interposition of a neutral port between tlje shipment from the belligerent port and their ultimate destination in the enemy's country ; but...
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Commentaries Upon International Law, Volume 3

Sir Robert Phillimore - International law - 1873 - 1022 pages
...American shipments to Mexican ports " during the war of this country with Mexico, as follows : — " ' Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public...between the " ' shipment from the belligerent port and the ultimate " ' destination in the enemy's country ; but in all such " ' cases the goods have been...
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United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 11, Issues 3-4

Marine engineering - 1885 - 552 pages
...enemies to each other. Hence all intercourse or communication between them is unlawful. Attempts were made to evade the rule of public law by the interposition of a neutral port between the shipments from the belligerent port and their ultimate destination in the enemy's country ; but in...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Decided in the Supreme Court of the ..., Book 15

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1884 - 1108 pages
...considered as an enemy. Vide, also, Wheaton on Captures, p. 219, and 1 C. Rob., 219. the case of The Nelly. Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public...in all such cases the goods have been condemned, as having been taken in a course of commerce rendering them liable to confiscation; and it has been ruled...
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International Law Studies

Naval War College (U.S.) - International law - 1906 - 224 pages
...reference to American shipments to Mexican ports during the war of this country with Mexico, as follows: "Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public...between the shipment from the belligerent port and the ultimate destination in the enemy's country, but in all such cases the goods have been condemned...
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International Law Situations

International law - 1906 - 228 pages
...reference to American shipments to Mexican ports during the war of this country with Mexico, as follows: "Attempts have been made to evade the rule of public...between the shipment from the belligerent port and the ultimate destination in the enemy's country, but in all such cases the goods have been condemned...
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The American Journal of International Law, Volume 1, Part 1

Electronic journals - 1907 - 590 pages
...trade with, or transshipment at, the neutral port. "Attempts have been made," said Mr. Justice Daniel, "to evade the rule of public law, by the interposition...in all such cases the goods have been condemned as having been taken in a course of commerce rendering them liable to confiscation."" During the Crimean...
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The American Journal of International Law, Volume 1, Part 1

Electronic journals - 1907 - 584 pages
...trade with, or transshipment at, the neutral port. "Attempts have been made," said Mr. Justice Daniel, "to evade the rule of public law, by the interposition...in all such cases the goods have been condemned as having been taken in a course of commerce rendering them liable to confiscation."11 During the Crimean...
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