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" But the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy ; and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake, in any degree, of the nature of hostility against you. "
The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine - Page 62
1862
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 1

James Kent - Law - 1832
...440. country to his own sovereign. The effect of the former despatches is presumed to be hostile ; but the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and it does not necessarily follow that the communications are of a hostile nature. Ambassadors...
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Elements of International Law, Volume 2

Henry Wheaton - Electronic books - 1836 - 655 pages
...ground, a very material distinction arises, with respect to the right of furnishing the conveyance. The neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake, in any...
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Institutes of International Law, Volume 2

Richard Wildman - International law - 1849
...possessions, and the communications between them ; and it is a legal act of hostility so to do. But the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy ; and you are not at liberty t,o conclude, that any communication between them, can partake,...
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Commentaries on American Law, Volume 1

James Kent - Law - 1851
...*country to his own sovereign. The effect of the former despatches is presumed to be hostile ; but the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and it does not necessarily follow that the communications are of a hostile nature. Ambassadors...
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Plain Directions to Naval Officers as to the Law of Search, Capture and ...

Richard Wildman - Capture at sea - 1854 - 161 pages
...of the enemy in a neutral country to his own government, are excepted from the general rule; because the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake in any...
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Manual of the Law of Maritime Warfare: Embodying the Decisions of Lord ...

William Hazlitt, Henry Philip Roche - Electronic book - 1854 - 457 pages
...destroy these possessions and that communication ; and it is a legal act of hostility so to do. But the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy ; and you are not at liberty to conclude, that any communication between them can partake, in...
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Papers on Slavery, Rebellion, Etc

Joel Parker - 1856
...contrary. We are aware that in the same case Sir William Scott, speaking of despatches, says : — " The neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake in any...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 12

Law - 1862
...destroy those possessions and that communication, and it is a legal act of hostility so to do. But the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake, in any...
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A Selection of Leading Cases on Mercantile and Maritime Law: With Notes

Owen Davies Tudor - Commercial law - 1860 - 896 pages
...ground, a very material distinction arises with respect to the right of furnishing the conveyance. . . . The neutral country has a 'right to preserve its relations with the enemy, and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake, in any...
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... British Aid to the Confederates

Confederate States of America - 1861 - 8 pages
...destroy these possessions and that communication ; and it is a legal act of hostility to do so. But the neutral country has a right to preserve its relations with the enemy ; and you are not at liberty to conclude that any communication between them can partake, in...
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