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" Vessel will deliver up the Articles of Contraband to the Captor, unless the quantity of such Articles be so great and of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on board the Capturing... "
Supplément au Recueil de principaux traités d'alliance, de paix, de trêve ... - Page 772
by Georg Friedrich Martens - 1828
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The American Diplomatic Code Embracing a Collection of Treaties and ...

Jonathan Elliot - Diplomatic and consular service, American - 1834
...said vessel will de liver up the articles of contraband lo the captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great and of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on board ihe capturing ves>el without great inconvenience; but in iln-, and in all other cases of just detention,...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

Commercial treaties - 1987 - 150 pages
...without serious inconvenience be received on board the captor's vessel; but in this and in all the other cases of just detention the vessel detained shall be sent to the nearest convenient and secure port, to be there judged agreeably with the laws. EDITOR'S NOTE. — Identical provisions are...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States
...deliver up the articles of contraband to the captor. unless the quantity of such articles be so great and so large a bulk that they cannot be received on board the capturing vessel without great inconvenience ; but in this, and in all other cases of just detention, the vessel...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1910
...said vessels will deliver up the articles of contraband to the captor, unless the quantity of such bo received on board the capturing ship without great inconvenience: but in this and in all other cases...
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Hearings on Rainey Resolution [H.R. 32, Relating to Inestigation of Attitude ...

United States. Congress. House Foreign Affairs - 1918 - 736 pages
...said vessels will deliver up the articles of contraband to the captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great and of so large a bulk that they can not be received on board the capturing ship without great inconvenience; but in this and all other...
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