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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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Commerce in War

Llewellyn Archer Atherley-Jones, Hugh Hale Leigh Bellot - Commercial law - 1907 - 654 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...board the capturing ship without great inconvenience "; United States and Brazil in 1828,* United States and Mexico in i83i, 8 United States and Venezuela...
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Guerre maritime et neutralité: relevé général des dispositions ...

André Nicolayévitch Mandelstam, Boris Ėmmanuilovich baron Nolʹde - Maritime law - 1907 - 341 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...received on board the capturing ship without great incovenience; but in this and ail other cases of just detention, the vessel detained shall be sent...
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International Law Situations

International law - 1908
...deliver up the articles of contraband to the captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great, or of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on...capturing ship without great inconvenience; but in this, as well as in other cases of just detention, the vessel detained shall be sent to the nearest convenient...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1908
...said vessel will deliver up the articles of contrabrand 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 vessel without great inconvenience; but in this and in all other cases of just detention, the vessel...
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International Law Documents...

Naval War College (U.S.) - War (International law) - 1908
...contraband to the captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great, or of so large a balk, that they cannot be received on board the capturing ship without great inconvenience; but in this, as well as in other oases of just detention, the vessel detained shall be sent tt> the nearest convenient...
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Treaties, Conventions, International Acts, Protocols, and Agreements Between ...

United States - Electronic journals - 1910
...of said 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...capturing ship without great inconvenience ; but in tbif and in all other cases of just detention the vessel detained shall be sent to the nearest convenient...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1911
...deliver up the articles of contraband to the Captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great, or of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on...detained shall be sent to the nearest convenient and safe port for trial and judgment according to law. ARTICLE XVII. The Contracting Parties, desiring to live...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1911
...deliver up the articles of contraband to the Captor, unles the quantity of such articles be so great, or of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on...detained shall be sent to the nearest convenient and safe port for trial and judgment according to law. ABTICLK XVII. The Contracting Parties, desiring to live...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1911
...deliver up the articles of contraband to the Captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great, or of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on...detained shall be sent to the nearest convenient and safe port for trial and judgment according to law. ARTICLR XVII. The Contracting Parties, desiring to live...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1911
...deliver up the articles of contraband to the Captor, unless the quantity of such articles be so great, or of so large a bulk, that they cannot be received on...inconvenience; but in this and in all other cases of just detentlon, the vessel detained shall be s™nt to the nearest convenient and safe port for trial and...
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