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Of the suggestion that the belief of the consuls of the United
States in British ports should be treated as sufficient prima-
Rules for the interpretation of public conventions and treaties. 433
intended to carry on war against a belligerent is forbidden by the law
tious being established, there remains the inquiry whether the neutral
1.- ARGUMENT OF MR. CUSHING IN REPLY TO THE SPECIAL ARGUMENT OF SIR
A theoretical discussion not wanted.
Views of Sir Robert Phillimore.
Views of Sir Roundell Palmer in the case of Lairds' rams.
Definition of due diligence.
Powers of the Crown..
Obligations imposed by international law as distinguished from muni-
Constitutional form of the British Government
Case of the Russian ships....
Comparative laws of other countries.
The laws of the United States examined.
Jurisdiction of the Tribunal..
VI.-REPLY OF MR. WAITE TO THE ARGUMENT OF SIR ROUNDELL PALMER
UPON THE SPECIAL QUESTION AS TO SUPPLIES OF COAL IN BRITISH
PORTS TO CONFEDERATE SUPs.
A base of operations essential to baval warfare
What it is...
MOBILE, OR THE RESPONSIBILITY, IF ANY, OF GREAT BRITAIN FOR THAT SHIP.. 511
PUTATION OF INDEMNITY UNDER THE TREATY OF WASHINGTON.
THE UNITED STATES. ,
THE TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION
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