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Neutrals, prisoners free in a neu-
tral port, 109.
New-England Colonies, union of,
202.
New-York statute as to fugitives
from justice, 37.
Notice of blockade requisite, 147.
Nottingham, Lord Ch., 492.

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Offences against the law of na-
tions, 181-191.

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Palatinate, burning of it condemn-
ed, 92.
Pardon, power of, 283.
Parliament in England, omnipo-

Piracy, capture no change of pro-
perty, 103. 184.

Plowden's Reports, 481.
Poisoned arms unlawful, 90.
Ports neutral, 121–124.
Postliminy, right of, 108-112.
inapplicable to movea-
bles, 108.

property in neutal states
unaffected, 109.

persons therein affected
by it, 109.
operates on captures at
sea, 110.

on real property, 110.
English and American
rule of, 112.

Powell's works, 514.
Precedents in courts, force of,
475, 476.
Precedents in chancery, reports,
493.
tent, 447. Pre-emption, right of, to Indian
lands, 257.

Pass of an enemy, 85.
Passage in transitu over a terri-President U. S., 271.

Passport, 162.

tory, 34.

by whom granted, 162.
construed strictly, 162.
revocable, 163.

violation of it punished,

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unity of the executive

power, 271.

qualifications, 273.
mode of election, 273.
term of office, 280.
salary, 280.

general powers, 282.
treaty power, 284.
power of pardon, 283.
nomination to offices,

287.

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defined, 183.
punished by all nations,
184.
U.S. laws concerning it,
185-188.

Privateers, 96-99.

plea of autrefois acquit,

188.

cured by a lawful com-
mission, 188.

cruizing by citizens a-
gainst their native

country, 19

Greeks, 5.

in modern times, 14.

give security, 97.

owners liable in solido
for torts, 98, 99.
Prizes, effect of peace thereon,

111.

brought infra præsidia,

102.

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State governments, concurrent le-, Treaties, violation of any articles,

gislation, 387.

judicial power, 395
State courts, not controlable by
injunction, 412.
invested with federal
power, 400-405.

Statham's Abridgment, 507.
Statutes, when they take effect,

454.

175.

may cede territory, 166,
Treaty making power, 284–287.
Truces in war, 159.
Twelve tables, 521-526.

U

should be prospective, Union of U. States, history of,

457, 458.

460-465.

201-219.

rules of construction, United States priority as creditors,

public and private, 459.

temporary, 465.

243-248.
Territories, 256, 257. 349.

383-386.

saving clauses and pro- Unity of the executive power, 271.

visoes, 462.

in pari materia, 463.

penal, 467.

Steam boat monopoly, history of,

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432-438.
Sugden's Treatises, 513.
Supreme Court, U. S., see Courts

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U. S.

Surrender of fugitives, 36.

Vattel, character of his work, 18
Vaughan's Reports, 486.
Vernon's Reports, 492.

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by the states restricted,
425.
Tenure of U. S. judges, 292.
of executive officers,
310.
Territories, U. S., 256, 257. 349.
383-386.

Title to Indian lands, 257.
Trade from the enemy's country,
74-81.

Transfers in transitu in war, 86.
Treaties, their influence on the
law of nations, 12.
not affected by revolu-
tions, 25.

of commerce, 33, 34.
auxiliary, 12. 116.

Treaties of peace, 165-177.

binding force of, 165, 166.

their efficacy, 168.

Vesey, senr., Reports, 494.

Vesey, jr., Rep., 495.
Viner's Abridgment., 510.
Visitation and search at sea, 153

W

-157.

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when they take effect,

169-174.

War, difference on land and sea, | War, blockade, 143-151.

91.

unnecessary destruction

right of search, 153.
truce, 159-161.

91. Woods' Institutes, 512.

of property unlawful,

passport, 162-165.

Woolsey, Cardinal, Lord Ch.,

privateering, 96-100.

retaliation, 93.

prizes, 100-104. 123. Wright's Tenures, 512.

ransom, 104.

postliminy, 108.

neutrals exempt from,

115-121.

Y

enemy's property in neu-Year Books, 480.

tral vessels, 124. Yelverton's Reports, 485.

contraband, 135--143.

490, 1.

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