The Armed Neutralities of 1780 and 1800: A Collection of Official Documents Preceded by the Views of Representative Publicists, Volume 1

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Oxford University Press, 1918 - Neutrality - 698 pages
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Contents

Prize Law particularly with reference to the Duties
116
Lois et Usages de la Neutralité
132
Het Stellig Volkenrecht
143
Le Centenaire de la Déclaration de Neutralité de 1780 in Revue
160
Le Droit International les Principes les Théories les Faits
172
Manuel de Droit Maritime International
183
Commentaries upon International Law
189
Traité de Droit International Public Européen et Américain
203
Principes du Droit des Gens
210
The Law of Nations considered as Independent Political Communi
218
Das Seekriegsrecht in Handbuch des Völkerrechts
229
International Law Part II War
239
History of the Law of Nations in Europe and America from
245
Introduction to the Study of International Law
266
OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS BEARING ON THE ARMED NEUTRALITIES
273
1780 April 24 Extract from the register of resolutions of the States
283
Declaration of His Danish Majesty regarding the neutrality
290
Declaration of His Danish Majesty to the Courts of London
297
Declaration of the King of Sweden to the Courts of Lon
307
Separate articles additional to the convention for
317
1780 August 7 Reply of the Court of Spain to the Danish declaration
320
Russian memorandum to the belligerent Powers notify
324
Manifesto of His Britannic Majesty regarding rela
330
Spanish ordinance relative to the Danish flag
345
Separate act joined to the act by which the StatesGeneral
350
Netherland ordinance concerning commerce and naviga
358
British additional instruction to the commanders
365
Memorandum of the Court of Sweden for the Court
370
Countermanifesto of the StatesGeneral of the Nether
380
British additional instructions to warships and privateers
391
Convention between Russia and Prussia for the mainte
397
Act of accession of the Emperor of the Romans to
403
Reply of Lord Whitworth to Count Bernstorff
485
Reply of Lord Whitworth to Count Bernstorff
489
1800 September On the subject of the capture of neutral ships and of
494
Letter of the Spanish Secretary of State to the 1
507
Extract from the Gazette of the Court of St Peters
513
Explanatory answer to the observations on the subject
519
Convention between Russia and Sweden for the reestab
531
Convention between Russia and Prussia for the
537
Swedish marine regulations
549
1800 December 27 Note of Mr Drummond British Minister to Count
552
Additional instructions to Lieutenant General Trigge
558
Note of Lord Carysfort British Minister at Berlin
564
British orders of council respecting payments to sub
570
Swedish protest on the subject of the alleged illegal
574
1801 February 12 Reply of Count Haugwitz to Lord Carysfort
578
Note of Count WedelJarlsberg to Lord Hawkesbury
585
Ordinance of the King of Denmark laying an embargo
591
1801 June 17 Convention between Great Britain and Russia relative
595
Additional articles and declaration to the convention
604
1803 May 4 Ordinance of the King of Denmark regulating the conduct
609
June Declaration of neutrality of the Republic of the Seven Islands
616
Ordinance of Austria on the observance of neutrality
623
1804 January 21 New regulations of Sweden regarding commerce
629
1807 November 7 Declaration by which the Emperor of Russia severs
635
1780 February 28 Declaration of the Empress of Russia regarding
641
Separate articles additional to the convention for an armed
649
Convention for an armed neutrality between Russia
652
January Declaration of the StatesGeneral of the Netherlands
658
Act of accession of the Emperor of the Romans to
665
1800 December 16 Convention between Russia and Sweden for the
672
Convention between Russia and Prussia for the
683
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