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" Suppose a man comes into a belligerent country at or before the beginning of a war; it is certainly reasonable not to bind him too soon to an acquired character, and to allow him a fair time to disengage himself... "
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty ... - Σελίδα 346
των Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty, William Robinson - 1853
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Reports of Two Cases Determined in the Prize Court for the New York District

United States. District Court (New York), William Peter Van Ness - 1814 - 59 σελίδες
...case, furnish an inference unfavorable to the opinion I have expressed. " Suppose a man comes into a belligerent country, at or before the beginning...and to allow him a fair time to disengage himself." . From this I should draw an argument directly the reverse of that which it has been cited to support...

The American Law Journal, Τόμος 6

John Elihu Hall - 1817
...case, furnish an inference unfavourable to the opinion I have expressed. 44 Suppose a man comes into a belligerent country, at or before the beginning...and to allow him a fair time to disengage himself." From this I should draw an argument directly the reverse of that which it has been cited to support—why...

A Treatise on the Law of Insurance

Wendell Phillips - 1823 - 550 σελίδες
...design, and impressed upon him the character of the country where he resided. Suppose a man comes into a belligerent country at or before the beginning of...continues to reside during a good part of the war, contribut£) Flagedorn v. Reid, 1 M. & S. 567, &c. In Kensington r . Inglis, st, 273, Lord Ellenborough...

Elements of International Law, Τόμος 2

Henry Wheaton - 1836 - 655 σελίδες
...sign, and impressed upon him the character of the country where he resided. Supposing a man comes into a belligerent country at or before the beginning of...acquired character, and to allow him a fair time to disentangle himself; but if he continues to reside during a good part of the war, contributing by the...

Elements of International Law: With a Sketch of the History of ..., Τόμοι 1-2

Henry Wheaton - 1836
...States. Opinion of Mr. W. Pinkney in the case of the Betsey. " Supposing a man comes into a bellige" rent country at or before the beginning " of a war, it...reasonable not " to bind him too soon to an acquired cha" racier, and to allow him a fair time to " disentangle himself; but if he continues to " reside...

Elements of International Law, Τόμος 2

Henry Wheaton - 1836 - 655 σελίδες
...reasonable not to bind him too soon to an acquired character, and to allow him a fair time to disentangle himself; but if he continues to reside during a good part of the war, contributing by the payment of taxes and other means to the strength of that country, he could not plead his special...

The Law and Practice of Marine Insurance: Deduced from a Critical ..., Τόμος 1

John Duer - 1845
...impressed upon him the character of the country where he resided. Where a merchant goes into a foreign country, at or before the beginning of a war, it is...not to bind him too soon to an acquired character. A fair time should be allowed to him to disengage himself; but, should he continue in that country...

An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases Determined by the High Court ...

William Tarn Pritchard - 1847 - 707 σελίδες
...and impressed upon him the character of the country where he resided. Ibid, 33. If a man come into a belligerent country at or before the beginning of...allow him a fair time to disengage himself; but if he continue to -reside during a great part of the war, contributing by payment of taxes and other means...

An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases Determined by the High Court ...

William Tarn Pritchard - 1847 - 707 σελίδες
...character, and to allow him a fair time to disengage himself; but if he continue to reside during a great part of the war, contributing by payment of taxes and other means to the strength of that country, he could not jilead bis special purpose with any effect against the rights of hostilities. There is...

Institutes of International Law, Τόμος 2

Richard Wildman - 1849
...design, and impressed upon him the character of the country where he resided. Suppose a man comes into a country at or before the beginning of a war; it is...to disengage himself; but if he continues to reside a good part of the war, contributing by payment of taxes and other means to the strength of the country,...




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