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" His minister would owe temporary and local allegiance to a foreign prince, and would be less competent to the objects of his mission. A sovereign committing the interests of his nation with a foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected... "
Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States - Σελίδα 139
των United States. Supreme Court - 1816
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The American Law Journal, Τόμος 4

John Elihu Hall - 1813
...foreign power to the care of a person whom lie has elected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power ; and, therefore,...possess those privileges which his principal intended lie should retain — privileges which are essential to the dignity of his sovereign, and to the duties...

The American Diplomatic Code Embracing a Collection of Treaties and ...

1834
...foreign power (o the care of a person, whom hehas selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power; and, therefore, a consent to receive him, implies :i consent, that he shall possess those privileges, which his principal intended he should retain—...

Institutes of International Law, Τόμος 2

Richard Wildman - 1849
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power, and, therefore,...to the dignity of his sovereign, and to the duties which an ambassador is bound to perform (*). The argument of Bynkershoek assumes that the reception...

Commentaries on the constitution of the United States, Τόμος 1

Joseph Story - 1851
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power; and therefore,...privileges which his principal intended he should retain—privileges which are essential to the dignity of his sovereign, and to the duties he is hound...

Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1855 - 728 σελίδες
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power; and, therefore,...the duties he is bound to perform. In what cases a public minister, by infracting the laws of the country in which he resides, may subject himself to...

Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1855 - 728 σελίδες
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power ; and, therefore,...receive him implies a consent that he shall possess 148 RIQHTS OF cIVIL AND [PART II. those privileges which his principal intended he should retain, privileges...

Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1866 - 749 σελίδες
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power ; and, therefore,...and to the duties he is bound to perform. In what case a public minister, by imifracting the laws of the country in which he resides, may subject himself...

Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1866 - 749 σελίδες
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power ; and, therefore,...dignity of his sovereign, and to the duties he is hound to perform. In what case a public minister, by infracting the laws of the country in which he...

Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States: With a ..., Τόμος 2

Joseph Story - 1873
...foreign power to the care of a person whom he has selected for that purpose, cannot intend to subject his minister in any degree to that power; and therefore,...should retain — privileges which are essential to the digmty of his sovereign, and to the duties he is bound to perform. " In what cases a minister, by infracting...

The Executive Documents

the executive documents printed by order of the senate of the united states for the second session of the forty-fourth congress, 1876 and '77, and the special session of the senate, march, 1877 - 1877
...through its judical tribunals. The Executive Depart meut has no power to redress such injuries. ft 19. In what cases a minister, by infracting the laws of...in which he resides, may subject himself to other punish mentsthao those inflicted by his own sovereign, is an inquiry foreign to the present purpose....




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