International Law Chiefly as Interpreted and Applied by the United States Volume 1, No. 2

International Law Chiefly as Interpreted and Applied by the United States Volume 1, No. 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...would enter en route a Nicaraguan port.3 ' In 1890, Mr. Blaine, as Secretary of State, in a communica 1 For the texts of the awards of the umpire, see Moore, Arbitrations, IV, 4374-4373, Moore, Dig., II. 355-361. 2 Mr. Buchanan, Sec. of State, to Mr. Jordan, Jan. 23, 1849, 37 MS. Dom. Let. 98, Moore, Dig., I, 856; Mr. Fish, Secy. of State, to Mr. Bassett, Minister to Haiti, May 27, 1876, MS. Inst. Haiti, II, 792 Moore, Dig., II, 857; Mr. Bayard. Secy. of State, to Mr. Thompson, Minister to Haiti, Nov. 3, 1885, For. Rel. 1885, 542, Moore, Dig., II, 857. " Instruction to Mr. Hall, Minister to Central America, March 12, 1885, MS. ' Inst. Cent. Am., XVIII, 488, Moore, Dig., II, 867. It a pears that the captain of the ship, having declined to surrender Gamez, set sai without proper clearance papers. Criminal proceedings instituted against the master in his absence resulted in a decision ultimately affirmed Jy the Supreme Court of Nicaragua, announcing the exemption of foreign merchant vessels from the local jurisdiction with respect to persons on board accused of political ofienses. See Mr. Shannon, Minister to Central America, to Mr. Foster, Secy. of State, Oct. 13, 1892, For. Rel. 1892, 45-49, Moore, tion to Mr. Mizner, Minister to Central America, asserted that in Spanish-American countries it was the habit of the territorial sovereign before making an arrest, to apply to the diplomatic or consular officer of the State to which the vessel belonged for his consent, and to furnish such officer with proof of the nature of the crime alleged; that the arrest was never made when the representative of the United States withheld his consent or the demand wore a political aspect; that powerful causes operated in favor of the exception that had...show more

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