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Students Leading Cases and Statutes on International Law

 By Norman De Mattos Bentwich, Norman Bentwich

Contents

12
Moray Firth, Khedive, three-mile limit
19
Bechuanaland Protectorate, Ionian Islands, Government of Maryland
31
Lord Robert Cecil, petition of right, cession
44
12
Moray Firth, Bechuanaland Protectorate, Khedive
47
King of England, Louisiana, Orleans
53
treaty of 1818, territorial waters, United Kingdom
67
Faridkote, piratical acts, South Wales
84
111
SCHOONER EXCHANGE, impleaded, Lord Chancellor
138
South African Republic, naturalised, high treason
145
Newfoundland, treaty, lobster
151
9
extradition, habeas corpus, Prize Court
161
Transvaal, maritime law, Royal licence
175
Declaration of London, Transvaal, Batavia
187
Moldavia, Castine, military occupant
193
Majesty's Government, Treaty of Washington, Britannic Majesty
210
234
Bilbao, Hamburg, debenture
241
Barrister-at-Law, Roman Law, Common Law

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Students Leading Cases and Statutes on International Law

by Norman De Mattos Bentwich, Norman Bentwich - International law - 1913 - 247 pages
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Students Leading Cases and Statutes on International Law

Students Leading Cases and Statutes on International Law

by Norman De Mattos Bentwich, Norman Bentwich - International law - 1913 - 247 pages

Students leading cases and statutes on international law

by Norman de Mattos Bentwich - 1913
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Bellinzona - Page 100
The prisoner, Castioni, was a citizen of the same canton ; he had resided for seventeen years in England, and arrived at Bellinzona on September 10, ...
Brest - Page 214
If I adverted to the state of Brest at this time, it might be no unfair addition to the terms of the description if I noticed, what was notorious to ...
more pages: 213
Bilbao - Page 237
Hooper, and that the duties had been secured agreeable to law, and that the said cargo had been reshipped on board this bessel bound for Bilbao. ...
Hamburg - Page 234
Domingo, having in her voyage touched at Bordeaux, where she sold part of the goods brought from Hamburg, and took a quantity of iron stores and other ...
more pages: 175 176
Copenhagen - Page 183
At the time of the sale the vessel was proceeding from Libau to Copenhagen, and on her arrival at the latter port she was delivered over to the ...
more pages: 223 224 225
Cartagena - Page 83
soldiers and arms to assist in the blockade of Cartagena in the possession of the Government, was lawfully seized as being on a piratical expedition.
Lisbon - Page 244
This was a case of an American vessel that had been ostensibly chartered by a merchant at Lisbon " to proceed in ballast to Macao, and there to take a ...
more pages: 225 246
Marseilles - Page 109
He was placed on board the English mail steamer Morea, which called at Marseilles, and the English authorities had informed the French Government that ...
more pages: 110
Riga - Page 223
On May 14, 1854, a neutral vessel, under Danish colours, sailed from Copenhagen for Riga, and was captured off Riga by an English ship, ...
Dunkerque - Page 212
been engaged by a French vessel to tow a French prize from the Downs to Dunkirk was held not to have been employed in the military or naval service of ...
more pages: 208 211
Liverpool - Page 40
When this consignment of cotton arrived in Liverpool, the Confederate Government had been dissolved, and the Confederate States had submitted to the ...
more pages: 74 112 204
Ostend - Page 124
The protest alleged that the Parlement Beige was a mail-packet running between Dover and Ostend, that she was and is the property of the King of the ...
Amsterdam - Page 213
Is this a legal transaction in a neutral, being the transaction of a Papenberg ship carrying Dutch cheese from Amsterdam to Brest, or Morlaix (it 213.
more pages: 217
London - Page 205
And whereas, with respect to the vessel called the Shenandoah, it results from all the facts relative to the departure from London of the merchant ...
more pages: 127 134 208
New York - Page 180
and to receive and dispose of cargoes sent out from New York, and it was urged that he had therefore French belligerent character.
more pages: 74 166
Dover - Page 124
The protest alleged that the Parlement Beige was a mail-packet running between Dover and Ostend, that she was and is the property of the King of the ...
New Orleans - Page 53
thousand dollars on board, bound from the Spanish Main to New Orleans, and captured by the Minerva privateer near the mouth of the River Mississippi. ...
more pages: 51
Baltimore - Page 185
The Sally was a case of a cargo of corn shipped March 1793 by Steward and Plunket, of Baltimore, ostensibly for the account and risk of Conyngham, ...
more pages: 227
Galveston - Page 40
having got possession of 1365 bales of cotton in Texas, had it shipped from Galveston to Havana, where it was consigned to an agent of Fraser and Co. ...
Paris - Page 27
Dreyfus and Co., who were French subjects carrying on business in Paris, entered into a contract with the then Government of Peru. ...
more pages: 241
Guatemala - Page 130
The defendant is accredited to and received by Her Majesty as an Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary for the republics of Guatemala and ...
Stockholm - Page 153
It is the duty of the person who sits here to determine the question exactly as he would determine the same question if he were sitting at Stockholm ...
Philadelphia - Page 185
of Baltimore, ostensibly for the account and risk of Conyngham, NesbitandCo., of Philadelphia, and consigned to them or their assigns. ...
more pages: 115
Naples - Page 43
a set of robbers (as was said to be the case in the kingdom of Naples, truly or untruly), devastating the country, and acquiring property in that way, ...
Cambridge - Page 253
By JOHN WESTLAKE, KC, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Hon. LL.D., Edinburgh ; Member of the Institute of International Law ; assisted by ...
San Francisco - Page 23
An American ship, the Sapphire, collided in 1867 with, the French transport Euryale in the harbour of San Francisco, and did it damage. ...
St. Louis - Page 67
on May 8, 1889, he was married, at St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, in the United States of America, to Mary Elizabeth Cameron. ...
Edinburgh - Page 253
D., Edinburgh ; Member of the Institute of International Law ; assisted by AF TOPHAM, Bar- rister-at-Law. 433 pages. Price i8s. [ 5 ].
Johannesburg - Page 171
The respondent company had a London office, but its head office was at Johannesburg. Most of its shareholders were resident outside the Republic and ...
more pages: 170
Melbourne - Page 205
during the period of time anterior to her entry into the port of Melbourne ; " And, by a majority of three to two voices, the tribunal decides that ...
more pages: 206
Surinam - Page 178
25, 1783) : he was a British-born subject that had been resident in Surinam and St. Eustatius, and had left those settlements with an intention of ...