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Page 623 - when I venture to lay it down, that by the law of nations, as now understood, a deliberate and continued resistance to search, on the part of a neutral vessel, to a lawful cruiser, is followed by the legal consequence of confiscation." This penalty is not averted by the orders of the neutral
Page 136 - or crimes committed thereon, or in the waters adjacent thereto, are to be held and deemed to have been done or committed on the high seas, on board a ship or vessel belonging to the United States, and be punished according to the laws of the United States relating to such ships or vessels, and offenses
Page 312 - animo, and it is to be considered as a hostile measure, ab initio, against persons guilty of injuries which they refuse to redeem by any amicable alteration of their measures. This is the necessary course, if no compact intervenes for the restoration of such property, taken before a formal declaration of hostilities.
Page 266 - in China, between citizens of the United States and the subjects of any other government, shall be regulated by the treaties existing between the United States and such governments, respectively, without interference on the part .of China.
Page 609 - equality. It is the common highway of all, appropriated to the use of all, and no one can vindicate to himself a superior exclusive prerogative there. Every ship sails there with the unquestionable right of pursuing her own lawful business without interruption.
Page 686 - cannot, on principle, prevent a suit being brought by the captor directly on the ransom bill." Lord Mansfield considered this contract as worthy to be sustained by sound morality and good policy, and as governed by the law of nations and the eternal rules of justice. Licenses to trade, which properly belong to
Page 128 - the right which belongs to the society or the sovereign, of disposing, in case of necessity and for the public safety, of all the wealth contained in the state." But this definition is obviously defective and incorrect. Chancellor Walworth says:
Page 797 - of the American authorities, nor to hold intercourse •with its inhabitants, nor to trade with them. As regards all other nations, it is a part of the United States, and belongs to them as exclusively as the territory included in our established boundaries.
Page 635 - under heavy suspicions, or there be a vehement presumption of bad faith, or gross prevarication, it is good cause for the denial of further proof; and the condemnation ensues from defects in the evidence, which the party is not permitted to supply. The observation of Lord Mansfield, in Bernard!
Page 339 - any account, to be overlooked, nor ought such a force ever to be thrown into one hand, as to incapacitate the neighboring states from defending their rights against it." (Phillimore, On Int. Law, vol. 1, § 396; Hume, Essays, vol. 2, p. 323; Ortolan, Domaine International, tit. 3;
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