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" ... by a Court of Justice. So scrupulously did England, France and Spain adhere to this public faith, that even during the war they suffered no inquiry to be made whether any part of the public debts was due to subjects of the enemy, though it is certain... "
London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer... - Page 113
1753
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 15

English literature - 1753
...fubjefts of the enemy ; though it is certain, many Engliíh had money in the French funds, and niany French had money in ours. This loan to the late Emperor of Germany, Charles VI. in Januar)' 1734-5, was not a ftate-tranfaition ; but a mere private contrait with the lenders ; who advanced...
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The Duke of Newcastle's Letter: By His Majesty's Order ..., Volume 48, Issue 3

Thomas Pelham-Holles Duke of Newcastle, Abraham Louis Michell - Austrian Succession, War of, 1740-1748 - 1753 - 46 pages
...whether any Part of the Public Debts was due to Subjeds of the Enemy, tho' it is certain, many Englifi had Money in the French Funds, and many French had...This Loan to the late Emperor of Germany, Charles the Vlth, in January 1734-5, was not a State Tranfaction, but a mere private Contrad with the Lenders,....
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A Treatise of Captures in War

Richard Lee (Barrister-at-law), Cornelis van Bijnkershoek - Capture at sea - 1803 - 240 pages
...public debts was due to fubjects of the enemy, in the late war ; though it is certain, many Englifh had money in the French funds, and many French had money in the Englifh funds. As for what, in particular, relates to the acquifition of .incorporeal things, by...
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Elements of International Law: With a Sketch of the History of the Science

Henry Wheaton - International law - 1836 - 375 pages
...any part of the public debt was due to the subjects of the enemy, though it is certain many English had money in the French funds, and many French had money in ours." 1 * Vattel, who wrote about twenty years after Bynkershoek, after laying down the general principle...
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Elements of International Law: With a Sketch of the History of the ..., Volume 1

Henry Wheaton - International law - 1836
...part of the public debt was due to the " subjects of the enemy, though it is certain " many English had money in the French " funds, and many French had money in ours."12 Vattel, who wrote about twenty years after Bynkershoek, after laying down the general " Grotius,...
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A Collection of Papers on Political, Literary, and Moral Subjects

Noah Webster - English language - 1843 - 373 pages
...whether any part of the public debts was due to subjects of the enemy, though it is certain many English had money in the French funds, and many French had money in ours." But these principles have received sanction from a source, which the adversaries of the article will...
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Principles of the Law of Nations: With Practical Notes and Supplementary ...

Archer Polson - Blockade - 1848 - 129 pages
...whether any part of the public debt was due to subjects of the enemy, though it is certain many English had money in the French funds, and many French had money in ours. II.—NOTE ON LICENCES. As far as the principles of the law of nations are concerned, sufficient has...
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Institutes of International Law, Volume 2

Richard Wildman - International law - 1849
...whether any part of the public debts was due to subjects of the enemy, though it is certain many English had money in the French funds, and many French had money in the English funds (q). In 1752 the King of Prussia detained by way of reprisals the sums assigned upon...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Comprising His Correspondence ..., Volume 7

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1851
...any part of the public debt was due to the subjects of the enemy, though it is certain many English had money in the French funds, and many French had money in ours." The universal obligation of good faith is here reinforced on a special ground, by the point of honor...
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INTERNATIONAL LAW

ROBERT PHILLIMORE - 1857
...whether any part of the public debts was due to subjects of the enemy, though it is certain many English had money in the French funds, and many French had money in ours. "(A) How sincerely and consistently England has adhered to the rule which she here laid down, has been...
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