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" A vessel on the high seas, beyond the distance of a marine league from the shore, is regarded as part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs, and subjected, exclusively to the jurisdiction of that nation. If, against the will of her master,... "
History of the Law of Nations in Europe and America: From the Earliest Times ... - Sivu 723
tekijä(t) Henry Wheaton - 1845 - 797 sivua
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The Congressional Globe ...

United States. Congress - 1843
...decision has received genera! approbation, that if a vessel be driv. en, by necessity, into a pori strictly blockaded, this necessity is good defence,...beyond the distance of a marine league from the shore, ia regarded as part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs, and subjected exclusively...

The Monthly Chronicle, Nide 3

Nathan Hale - 1842
...a ship be driven by stress of weather into a prohibited port, or into an open port, with prohibited articles on board, in neither case is any forfeiture...to the land, or even into port, those who have, or ought to have, control over her struggling all the while to keep her on the high seas, and so within...

Niles' National Register, Nide 63

1842
...ship be driven by stress of weather, into a prohibited port, or into an open port, with prohibited articles on board, in neither case is any forfeiture...to the land, or even into port, those who have, or ought to have, control over her, struggling all the while to keep her upon the high seas, and so within...

The Congressional Globe ...

United States. Congress - 1843
...penalty. A vessel on the high eeaa, beyond the distance of a marin*1 leacue from the shore, is regarded aa part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs, and subjected exclusively to the jurisdiction ol that nation If, against the will of her master, or owner, she be driven or earned nearer lo the...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Nide 12

1845
...A vessel on the high seas, beyond the distance of a marine league from the shore, is regarded as a part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs...master or owner, she be driven or carried nearer to land, or even into port, those who have, or who ought to have, control over her, struggling all the...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Nide 12

1845
...belong. This right is shown, on the part of the American secretary, to be exclusive ; he says : — " A. vessel on the high seas, beyond the distance of a marine league from the shore, is regarded as a part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs •. and subjected, exclusively, to the...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Nide 12

1845
...belong. This right is shown, on the part of the American secretary, to be exclusive ; he says : — " A vessel on the high seas, beyond the distance of a marine league from the shore, is regarded as a part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs ; and subjected, exclusively, to the jurisdiction...

The Diplomatic and Official Papers of Daniel Webster, While Secretary of State

Daniel Webster, United States. Department of State - 1848 - 392 sivua
...if a vessel be driven by necessity into a port strictly blockaded, this necessity is good defense, and exempts her from penalty. A vessel on the high...of the nation to which she belongs, and subjected exc!usively~to the jurisdiction of that nation. If, against the will of her master or owner, she be...

Commentaries on American Law, Nide 1

James Kent - 1851
...that necessity exempted the vessel from all penalty and all hazard : that a vessel on the high seas is regarded as part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs, and subject to ita exclusive jurisdiction; and if it be forced by such necessity into a foreign port, her...

The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Nide 40

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - 1852
...doctrines thnt had nearly lost their authority. The great principle, especially, that every vessel is a part of the territory of the nation to which she belongs, and curries its sovereignly along with her, upon the high seas, or even Into a friendly foreign port, so...




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