In the matter of the claims of Great Britain against the United States of America before the Bering Sea Claims Commission: oral arguments of Don M. Dickinson, senior counsel for the United States, in answer to the printed and oral arguments of Her Majesty's Counsel at Halifax, September, 1897
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The questions referred by Nations to Arbitration
Allegiance and Nationality of Persons
ShipsNationality follows ownership
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