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Through Atolls and Islands in the Great South Sea - Page 314
by Frederick Joseph Moss - 1889 - 317 pages
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The Scottish Geographical Magazine, Volume 2; Volume 1886

Geography - 1886
...both States shall in all respects reciprocally enjoy equal treatment, as well as most-favoured-nation treatment ; and merchandise of whatever origin imported...Subjects of the other State or of any third Power. IV. All disputed claims to land alleged to have been acquired by a German subject in a British Possession...
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Nouveau recueil général de traités et autres actes relatifs aux ..., Volume 11

Georg Friedrich Martens, Julius Hopf, Charles Samwer, Felix Stoerk - Treaties - 1887
...both States shall in all respects reciprocally enjoy equal treatment, a» well as most favoured nation treatment ; and merchandise of whatever origin imported...subjects of the other State or of any Third Power. IV. All disputed claims to land alleged to have been acquired by a German subject in a British possession...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1887
...either state nnder any flag shall not be subjected to any other or higher duties or imposts than those imported by the subjects of the other state or of any third power. IV. All disputed claims to land that bae been acquired (before the proclamation of the sovereignty...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1887
...either state under any flag shall not be subjected to any other or higher duties or imposts than those imported by the subjects of the other state or of any third power. IV. All disputed claims to land that has been acquired (before the proclamation of the sovereignty...
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Die deutsche kolonial-gesetzgebung: Sammlung der auf die deutschen ...

Germany - Germany - 1893
...shall in all respects reciprocally enjoy equal treatment, as well as most favoured nation treatement; and merchandise of whatever origin imported by the...subjects of the other State or of any Third Power. IV. All disputed claims to land alleged to have been acquired by a German subject in a British possession...
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Die deutsche kolonial-gesetzgebung: Sammlung der auf die deutschen ...

Germany, Riebow, Alfred Zimmermann, E. Schmidt-Dargitz, Otto Max Köbner, Johannes Gerstmeyer - Germany - 1893
...well as most favoured nation treatement; and merchandise of whatever origin imported by the subject* of either State under whatever flag shall not be liable...subjects of the other State or of any Third Power. IV. All disputed claims to land alleged to have been acquired by a German subject in a British possession...
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Neu-Guinea und der Bismarckarchipel: Eine wirtschaftliche Studie

Hans Blum - Bismarck Archipelago (Papua New Guinea) - 1900 - 225 pages
...both States shall in all respects reciprocally enjoy equal treatment, as well as most favored nation treatment; and merchandise, of whatever origin, imported...under whatever flag, shall not be liable to any other bigger duties than that imported by the subjects of the other State or of any third power." means of...
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Parliamentary Debates: Senate and House of Representatives, Volume 24

Australia. Parliament - Australia - 1904
...States shall, in all respects, reciprocally enjoy equal treatment, as well as most favoured nation treatment ; and merchandise of whatever origin imported...claims to land alleged to have been acquired by a German subject in a British possession or protectorate, or by a British subject in a German possession...
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Handbook of Treaties, &c., Relating to Commerce and Navigation Between Great ...

Great Britain - Great Britain - 1908 - 1192 pages
...respects reciprocally enjoy equal treatment as well as mostfavoured-nation treatment, and merchandize of whatever origin imported by the subjects of either...subjects of the other State or of any third Power. Land Claims. • 4. All disputed claims to land alleged to have been acquired by a British subject...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 20

Nineteenth century - 1886
...to both States are in all respects to enjoy reciprocal advantages as well as most-fa voured-nation treatment ; and merchandise, of whatever origin, imported...the subjects of either State, under whatever flag, is not to be liable to any other or higher duties than that imported by the subject of the other State...
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