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" February 18 next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. "
World's war events: recorded by statesmen, commanders, historians and by men ... - Page 282
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International Law and the World War, Volume 1

James Wilford Garner - International law - 1920 - 1058 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to intrust their crews, passengers, or merchandise...
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Leading Cases on International Law

Lawrence Boyd Evans - International law - 1922 - 852 pages
...and damaged still another. It will be noted that nothing is stated in the German memorandum, supra, as to sinking enemy merchant vessels without warning,...merchandise." As a result of this submarine activity, the Lusitanin, on its voyages from New York to Liverpool, beginning with that of January 30, 1915, steered...
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Cases on International Law: Principally Selected from Decisions of English ...

James Brown Scott - International law - 1922 - 1196 pages
...damaged still another. / the contrary, the implication is that settled international law as to viat and search, and an opportunity for the lives of passengers...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise." * * * On Saturday, May 1, 1915, the advertised sailing date of the Loatania from New York to Liverpool...
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Leading Cases on International Law

Lawrence Boyd Evans - International law - 1922 - 852 pages
...opportunity for the lives of passengers to be safeguarded, will be obeyed, "although it may not nlways be possible to avert the dangers which may menace...merchandise." As a result of this submarine activity, the Lusitanin, on its voyages from New York to Liverpool, beginning with that of January 30, 1915, steered...
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Leading Cases on International Law

Lawrence Boyd Evans - International law - 1922 - 852 pages
...next, any merchant vessels of the enemy which present themselves at the seat of war above indicated, although it may not always be possible to avert the...dangers which may menace persons and merchandise. Neutral powers are accordingly forewarned not to continue to intrust their crews, passengers or merchandise...
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