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THE TREATY OF WASHINGTON.
VOLUME III.-GENEVA ARBITRATION.
CONTAINING THE ARGUMENT OF THIE UNITED STATES; ARGUMENT OF HER
STATEMENTS OR ARGUMENTS MADE BY THE
RESPECTIVE AGENTS OR COUNSEL.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
The issues to be determined are now settled
The right to do this unquestioned; other nations no parties to the con-
iu the exercise of belligerent powers by the Sovereign
Such course secures impartiality and, when justified by results, an
equality between contemding parties which resembles what is known
This aid was organized, systematic, and official
Nature of the injuries inflicted on the United States.
No nation but Great Britain instrumental in intlicting them
They form the subject of this arbitration...
Provisions of the Treaty of Washington respecting the arbitration.
Description of the claims
The Rules of the Treaty
The provisions of Article VII
Effect of an award...
The measure of indemnity claimed
The claims preferred are national
The authority of the Tribunal absolute for their determination
Its award will be final.