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" ... and determination to perform every duty which one friendly nation has a right to expect from another in cases of this kind, it supposes that the rights of the Spanish consul, a public officer residing here under the protection of the United States... "
Correspondence in Relation to the Killing of Prisoners in New Orleans on ... - Página 42
por United States. Department of State - 1891 - 109 páginas
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International Law: Recent Supreme Court Decisions and Other Opinions and ...

Naval War College (U.S.) - 1904 - 217 páginas
...afford sibfect^not'ac1- indemnity to Spanish subjects injured by the mob in cornceded to. mon w|th American citizens, Mr. Webster declined to accede...and objects. The former may claim special indemnity ; theja|tei- are entitled_to_such_protection as is afforded to our own citizens. While, therefore,...
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Protection of Aliens and Enforcement of Their Treaty Rights: Hearings, Sixty ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1922 - 21 páginas
...which one friendly nation has a right to expect from another in cases of this kind, it supposes that rights of the Spanish consul, a public officer residing...private business and objects. The former may claim specal indemnity ; the latter are entitled to such protection as is uft'orded to our own citizens."...
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Proceedings of the Annual Session of the Bar Association of Tennessee

Tennessee Bar Association - 1905
...States Government, but that as to the Spanish subjects resident here the rule was different. lie said: "This Government supposes that the rights of the Spanish...different from those of the Spanish subjects, who harve come into the country to mingle with our own citizens, and here to pursue their private business...
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Beneath the United States: A History of U. S. Policy Toward Latin America

Lars Schoultz - 2009 - 496 páginas
...State Daniel Webster informed Spain that the United States would indemnify the consul because he was "a public officer residing here under the protection of the United States' Government," but the United States was not bound to indemnify other Spanish citizens who had been injured. The first...
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Congressional Serial Set

1852
...perform every duty which one friendly nation Uas a right to expect from another, in cases of thb kind, it supposes that the rights of the Spanish Consul, a...under the protection of the United States Government, arc quite different from those of the Spanish subjects who have come into the country to mingle with...
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