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" It is true that the jurisdiction of a nation over a vessel belonging to it, while lying in the port of another, is not necessarily wholly exclusive. We do not so consider or so assert it. For any unlawful acts done by her while thus lying in port, and... "
The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review - 第 257 頁
1845
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The Congressional Globe ...

1843
...England is supposed to be the same. It is true, that thejuiii<diction of a nation over a vessel belongins to it, while lying in the port of another, is not necessarily wholly exclusive. We do not eo consider or so assert it. For any unlawful act done by her while thus lying in port, and for all...
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Niles' National Register, 第 63 卷

1842
...board the vessel on the high seas. The law of England is supposed to be the same. It is true that the jurisdiction of a nation over a vessel belonging to...there, by her master or owners, she and they must doubtless be answerable to the law* of the place. Nor, if b*r master aud crew, while on board in such...
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The Monthly Chronicle, 第 3 卷

Nathan Hale - 1842
...over a vessel belonging loit, while lying in the port of another, is not necessarily wholly exclasir? We do not so consider or so assert it. For any unlawful...there, by her master or owners, she and they must doubtless be answiinble to the laws of the place. Nor, if her master and crew, while onboard in such...
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Parliamentary Papers, 第 61 卷

1843
...board the vesselon the high seas. The law of England is supposed to be the same. It is true that the jurisdiction of a nation over a vessel belonging to...there, by her master or owners, she and they must doubtless be answerable to the ' laws of the place.. Nor, if her master or crew while on board in such...
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The Congressional Globe, 第 12 卷

United States. Congress - 1843
...that the juiieiliction of a nation overa vessel belonging tn ii, whilr hing in the port of anoiher, is» not necessarily wholly exclusive. ' We do not so consider or so assert it. For any unlawful act done by her while thus lying to port, and for all contracts entered into while there, hy her master...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 12 卷

1845
...manner as if noch offence bad been committed on board the vessel on the high seas. But this uriedictkm of a nation over a vessel belonging to it, while lying in the port of uiothfllr, is not necessarily wholly exclusive. • We do not so consider, or so assert it. For any...
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The Diplomatic and Official Papers of Daniel Webster, While Secretary of State

Daniel Webster, United States. Department of State - 1848 - 392 頁
...board the vessel on the high seas. The law of England is supposed to be the same. It is true that the jurisdiction of a nation over a vessel belonging to...there, by her master or owners, she and they must, doubtless, be answerable to the laws of the place. Nor, if her master or crew, while on board in such...
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The Diplomatic and Official Papers of Daniel Webster, While Secretary of State

Daniel Webster, United States. Department of State - 1848 - 392 頁
...the port of another, is not necessarilv wholly exclusive. We do not so consider or so assert it. tor any unlawful acts done by her while thus lying in...there, by her master or owners, she and they must, doubtless, be answerable to the laws of the place. Nor, if her master or crew, while on board in such...
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The Works of Daniel Webster ...: Legal arguments and speeches to the jury ...

Daniel Webster, Edward Everett - 1851
...board the vessel on the high seas. The law of England is supposed to be the same. It is true that the jurisdiction of a nation over a vessel belonging to...contracts entered into while there, by her master or ownera, she and they must, doubtless, be answerable to the laws of the place. Nor, if her master or...
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Works: with a Biographical Memoir, 第 6 卷

Daniel Webster, Edward Everett - 1853
...board the vessel on the high seas. The law of England is supposed to be the same. It is true that the jurisdiction of a nation over a vessel belonging to...there, by her master or owners, she and they must, doubtless, be answerable to the laws of the place. Nor, if her master or crew, while on board in such...
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