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" If it is a war, the parent state may institute a blockade jure gentium, of the insurgent ports, which foreigners must respect; but if it is not a war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with the country will not respect a closing of insurgent... "
International Law Documents... - Página 59
por Naval War College (U.S.) - 1903
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Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1866 - 804 páginas
...gentium of the insurgent ports, which foreigners must respect ; but, if it is not a war, foreign nations, having large commercial intercourse with the country,...cruisers are pirates, and may be treated as such. If it is a war, the rules and risks respecting carrying contraband, or despatches, or military persons...
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The Law of Commerce in Time of War: With Particular Reference to the ...

Edward James Castle - 1870 - 172 páginas
...gentium of the insurgent ports, which foreigners must respect ; but if it is not war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with the country...cruisers are pirates, and may be treated as such. If it is a war, the rules and risks respecting carrying contraband, or despatches, or military persons,...
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Papers Relating to the Treaty of Washington. Volume IV.-Geneva Arbitration

1872 - 590 páginas
...gentinm of the insurgent- ports, Avhich foreigneis must respect ; but if it is not a war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with the country...citizens and officials, at sea and in port, as lawful belliger.. ents. If it is not a war, tliose cruisers are pirates, and may be treated as such. If it...
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Geneva arbitration

United States. Department of State - 1872 - 604 páginas
...gentium of the insurgent ports, which foreigners must respect ; but if it is not a war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with the country...treated by foreign citizens and officials, at sea and iu port, as lawful bellige.r. ents. If it is not a war, those cruisers are pirates, and may be treated...
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Alabama Claims: Supplement to the London Gazette of Friday, the 20th ...

1872 - 356 páginas
...gentium of the insurgent ports, which foreigners must respect ; but if it is not a war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with the country,...paper decrees only. If it is a war, the insurgent cruizers are to be treated by foreign citizens and nfficials, at sea and in port, as lawful belligerents....
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Geneva arbitration

United States. Department of State - 1872 - 598 páginas
...not a war, foreign nations having largo commercial intercourse with the country will not reap«: . a closing of insurgent ports by paper decrees only. If it is a war, the insurgent croiser4 are to be treated by foreign citizens and officials, at sea and iu port, as lawful being61"ente....
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volumen1,Parte5

United States. Congress. House - 1873 - 636 páginas
...gentium of the insurgent ports, which foreigners must respect ; but if it is not a war. foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with the country...closing of insurgent ports by paper decrees only. If it isa war, the insurgent cruiwr* are to be treated by foreign citizens and officials, at sea aud iu port,...
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United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Volumen11,Temas3-4

1885 - 552 páginas
...foreigners must respect ; but if it is not a war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with a country will not respect a closing of insurgent ports...cruisers are pirates, and may be treated as such. If it is a war, the rules and risks respecting carrying contraband, or despatches, or military persons,...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volúmenes25-26

1886 - 1942 páginas
...executive department of the government, he says : "If ic is a war, the insurgent cruisers are to be treatad by foreign citizens and officials, at sea and in port, as lawful belligerents; if it is not a war, these cruisers -Are pirates, and may be treated as such." Note 13. Lawrence, in the notes to the last...
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Marine International Law

1885 - 368 páginas
...foreigners must respect; but if it is not a war, foreign nations having large commercial intercourse with a country will not respect a closing of insurgent ports...cruisers are pirates, and may be treated as such. If it is a war, the rules and risks respecting carrying contraband, or despatches, or military persons,...
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