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" If the preceding reasoning be correct, the Exchange, being a public armed ship, in the service of a foreign sovereign, with whom the government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terms... "
Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States - Σελίδα 147
των United States. Supreme Court - 1816
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United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports: With Key-number Annotations ...

1901
...present case is not, in this respect, at all like that of The Exchange, in which Marshall, CJ, observed: "If this opinion be correct, there seems to be a necessity for admitting that the fact might be disclosed to the court by the suggestion of the attorney for the United States." We have...

United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Τόμος 183

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1902
...government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted...should be exempt from the jurisdiction of the country." 7 Cranch, 116, 147. Chief Justice Marshall, in expounding at large the principles upon which the exemption...

Report of the ... Conference, Τόμος 21

International Law Association. Conference - 1904
...could not be libelled by her original owner in the ports of the United States, since she had entered on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted to enter the ports of a friendly Power, and had therefore come in under an implied promise that, while demeaning herself in a friendly manner,...

Jurisdiction Over Foreign Ships in Territorial Waters

Charles Noble Gregory - 1904 - 27 σελίδες
...could not be libeled by her original owner in the ports of the United States, since she had entered on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted to enter the ports of a friendly power, and had therefore come in under an implied promise that, while demeaning herself in a friendly manner,...

The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - 1909
...government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port, open for her reception, on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted...should be exempt from the jurisdiction of the country. COSME BLANCO HERUERA AND JOSE BLANCO HERRERA, DOING BUSINESS DNDEE THE FIRM NAME OF HEEREHA NEPHEWS,...

United States Supreme Court Reports, Τόμος 3

United States. Supreme Court - 1910
...United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terras on which ships of war are generally permitted to enter...the jurisdiction of the country. If this opinion be correot, there мет« t« be »LM a necessity for admitting that the fact might be disclosed to the...

Illustrative Cases on Constitutional Law

James Parker Hall - 1914 - 508 σελίδες
...government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted...should be exempt from the jurisdiction of the country." 7 Cranch, 137-139, 147, 3 L. Ed. 287. * * * The reasons for not allowing to other aliens exemption...

International Cases: Arbitrations and Incidents Illustrative of ..., Τόμος 1

Ellery Cory Stowell, Henry Fraser Munro - 1916
...Government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted...there seems to be a necessity for admitting that the fact might be disclosed to the court by the suggestion of the attorney for the United States. "I am...

Cases on International Law: Principally Selected from Decisions of English ...

James Brown Scott - 1922 - 1196 σελίδες
...government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted...she should be exempt from the jurisdiction of the country.11 If this opinion be correct, there seems to be a neces21 "It appears by yonr communication...

The Central Law Journal, Τόμος 54

1902
...government of the United States is at peace, and having entered an American port open for her reception, on the terms on which ships of war are generally permitted...should be exempt from the jurisdiction of the country. In his argument on this question Justice Marshall laid down three exceptions to the exclusive sovereignty...




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