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" The case of dispatches is very different ; it is impossible to limit a letter to so small a size as not to be capable of producing the most important consequences in the operations of the enemy. It is a service, therefore, which, in whatever degree it... "
The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review - Page 7
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Laws of the Sea: With Reference to Maritime Commerce During Peace and War

Friedrich Johann Jacobsen - Maritime law - 1818 - 636 pages
...and cargo; and remarked, that such an act, was a service, in whatever degree it existed, that could only be considered in one character, as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. (y) Uvbinson, 6—436 He referred to the case of the Constitution, '1 ate mas:er, by which he held...
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Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - International law - 1836 - 655 pages
...account is taken ; and the practice has been, accordingly, that it is in considerable quantities only that the offence of contraband is contemplated. The...considered in one character — as an act of the most hostile nature. The offence of fraudulently carrying despatches in the service of the enemy being,...
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Elements of International Law: With a Sketch of the History of the Science

Henry Wheaton - International law - 1836 - 375 pages
...account is taken; and the practice has been, accordingly, that it is in considerable quantities only that the offence of contraband is contemplated. The...whatever degree it exists, can only be considered in one character—as an act of the most hostile nature. The offence of fraudulently carrying despatches in...
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The Law and Practice of Marine Insurance: Deduced from a Critical ..., Volume 1

John Duer - Insurance law - 1845
...important consequences in the operations of the enemy. The service, therefore, of carrying despatches, in whatever degree it exists, can only be considered...as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. (a) 61. There is an important exception to the general rule, that the carrying of despatches is...
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Institutes of International Law, Volume 2

Richard Wildman - International law - 1849
...as not to be capable of producing the most important consequences in the operations of the enemy ; it is a service therefore, which, in whatever degree...as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. On this principle, the Constitution, Tate, was condemned. That was a case of carrying backwards and...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of ..., Volumes 5-6

Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty, William Robinson, Stephen Lushington, Christopher Robinson, William Scott (Baron Stowell) - Admiralty - 1853
...size as not to be capable of producing the most important consequences in the operations of the enemy. It is a service, therefore, which, in whatever degree...as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. It has accordingly been so held in decided cases, that fully recognize the principle ; for on this...
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Manual of the Law of Maritime Warfare: Embodying the Decisions of Lord ...

William Hazlitt, Henry Philip Roche - Maritime law - 1854 - 457 pages
...size, as not to be capable of producing the most important consequences in the operations of the enemy. It is a service therefore which, in whatever degree...as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. " It has accordingly been so held in decided cases that fully recognize the principle ; for on this...
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Law of Contraband of War: With a Selection of Cases from the Papers of the ...

Frederic Thomas Pratt, Sir George Lee - Contraband of war - 1856 - 342 pages
...of producing the most important consequences in the operations of the enemy. The conveyance of them is a service, therefore, which, in whatever degree...as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. In establishing the distinction between public and private despatches, the consideration of the apparent...
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Law of Contraband of War: With a Selection of Cases from the Papers of the ...

Frederic Thomas Pratt, Sir George Lee - Contraband of war - 1856 - 342 pages
...of producing the most important consequences in the operations of the enemy. The conveyance of them is a service, therefore, which, in whatever degree...as an act of the most noxious and hostile nature. In establishing the distinction between public and private despatches, the consideration of the apparent...
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A Selection of Leading Cases on Mercantile and Maritime Law: With Notes

Owen Davies Tudor - Commercial law - 1860 - 896 pages
...account is taken ; and the practice has been, accordingly, that it is in considerable quantities only that the offence of contraband is contemplated. The...considered in one character— as an act of the most hostile nature. The offence of fraudulently carrying despatches in the service of the enemy being,...
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