On the State of Europe Before and After the French Revolution: Being an Answer to L'Útat de la France └ la Fin de L'an VIII.

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AMS Press, 1802 - 391 halaman

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Halaman xxxvii - American vessels having French property on board, are warranted by the law of nations. The force and operation of this law was contemplated by France and the United States when they formed their treaty of commerce ; and their special stipulation on this point was meant as au exception to an universal rule.
Halaman cxiv - Russias ; who, after having reciprocally exchanged their full Powers, found to be in good and due form, have concluded and agreed, that all the Articles of the Convention concluded between His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and His...
Halaman cv - N , to sail from thence to N, laden with N , on account of N , after the said ship shall have been visited before its departure in the usual manner by the officers appointed for that purpose ; and the said N , or such other as shall be vested with powers to replace him, shall be obliged...
Halaman cix - ... benefits ; have named and chosen for their Plenipotentiaries, viz. His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Alleyne Lord Baron St. Helens, His said Majesty's Privy Counsellor and His Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to His Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias; and His Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, Sieur...
Halaman xcvi - Helens, privy counsellor, &c. who, after having communicated their full powers, and found them in good and due form, have agreed upon the following points and articles : Art.
Halaman ciii - Imperial Majesty, in the name of the two Contracting Parties, to accede to the present Convention, and at the same time to renew and confirm their respective Treaties of commerce with His Britannic Majesty...
Halaman xcvii - That the ships of the neutral power may navigate freely to the ports, and upon the coasts of the nations at war.
Halaman c - ... of its nation, laden with such a cargo, and for such a port : On the other part, that the ship of war of the belligerent party, belongs to the royal or imperial fleet of their majesties.
Halaman xcv - Ireland, being not only to come to an understanding between themselves with respect to the differences which have lately interrupted the good understanding and friendly relations which subsisted between the two states, but also to prevent, by frank and precise explanations upon the navigation of their respective subjects, the renewal of similar altercations and troubles which might be the consequence of them; and the...
Halaman xcv - ... object of the solicitude of Their said Majesties being to settle, as soon as can be done, an equitable arrangement of those differences, and an invariable determination of their principles upon the rights of neutrality, in their application to Their respective Monarchies...

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