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" It must not be inferred, from what has just been said, that the conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory, unless he occupies it with an armed force. "
A College Algebra - Page 227
by Henry Burchard Fine - 1904 - 595 pages
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International Law: Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse of States in Peace ...

Henry Wager Halleck - International law - 1861 - 907 pages
...xviii., 4 ; Heffter, Droit International, § 186; Schwartz, de Jure Vic., in lies Incorp., th. 27.) § 3. It must not be inferred from what has just been said, that the conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory nnless he actually occupies it with...
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The colonial empire of Great Britain, Volume 1

George Rowe - 1864
...West Indian Islands in our possession, being 6,400 square miles in extent. Eastern Mountains,—It must not be inferred from what has just been said that the mountains of Jamaica assume the character of a connected chain stretching throughout the country. The...
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor).

...and removes the only obstacle which prevents our realising His human life, namely, the lapse of time. It must not be inferred from what has just been said that we recognise only the authority of the Gospel, and that we ignore as scriptural testimony the Old Testament...
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Reports Made to the ... General Assembly of the State of Illinois

Illinois - Illinois - 1869
...understand. There shall be no intentional extenuation or exaggeration of either faults or excellencies. It must not be inferred, from what has just been said, that there is no permanency of district boundaries in the State. Frequent and extreme changes are always...
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Reports to the General Assembly of Illinois, Volume 2

Illinois - 1869
...understand. There shall be no intentional extenuation or exaggeration of either faults or excellencies. It must not be inferred, from what has just been said, that there is no permanency of district boundaries in the State. Frequent and extreme changes are always...
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Halleck's International Law: Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse ..., Volume 2

Henry Wager Halleck, Sir Sherston Baker - International law - 1878
...xh. Z; xviL.4. Schwartz, De Jure Vic., in Res. Incorp., th. 27. CH. xxxm. MILITARY OCCUPATION. 449 S 3. It must not be inferred from what has just been said, that the conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory unless he actually occupies it with...
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The North American Review, Volume 131

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1880
...section further he would have found a qualification to the " paper-blockade " quotation in this form : " It must not be inferred, from what has just been said, that the conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory, unless he occupies it with an armed...
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The North American Review, Volume 131

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1880
...section further he would have found a qualification to the " paper-blockade " quotation in this form : " It must not be inferred, from what has just been said, that the conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory, unless he occupies it with an armed...
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Military Government and Martial Law

William Edward Birkhimer - Martial law - 1892 - 521 pages
...actually conquered. Forcible p»*»sesMon extends only so far as there is an absence of resistance. * It must not be inferred from what has just been said that the conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory unless he actually occupies it with...
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Halleck's International Law, Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse ..., Volume 2

Henry Wager Halleck - International law - 1893
...regarded as antenati, and received letters patent of denisation, as in the case of Reynel.' ' Submii- § 3. It must not be inferred from what has just been said, sufficitut ^a^ ^e conqueror can have no control or government of hostile territory unless he actually...
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