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" Admiralty ; and that if the Secretary of State or Chief Executive Authority is satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a Ship within... "
Rapports Judiciaires de Québec - Page 174
1880
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Hertslet's Commercial Treaties: A Collection of Treaties and Conventions ...

Great Britain. Foreign Office - Commercial treaties - 1907
...any local authority, as defined by this Order, and such local authority believes the representation, that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship subject to this Order has been or is being built, commissioned, or equipped contrary to this Order,...
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The Colonial Office List

Great Britain. Colonial Office - Great Britain - 1877
...any local authority, as defined by this Aft, and such local authority believes the representation, that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship withim Her Majesty's dominions has been or is being built, commissioned, or equipped contrary to this...
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Report of the Neutrality Laws Commissioners: Together with an Appendix ...

Great Britain. Neutrality Laws Commissioners - Great Britain - 1868 - 80 pages
...the following effect should be inserted in the statute. (a.) That if a Secretary of State shall be satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship which is within the limits of Her Majesty's dominions has been or is being built, equipped, fitted...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 25

Law - 1868
...the following effect should be inserted in the statute : (a) That if a Secretary of State shall be satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship which is within the limits of Her Majesty's dominions has been or is being built, equipped, fitted...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 1

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1871
...so killed, maimed, or hurt. Twenty-third. If the secretary of state or the chief executive authority is satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship within bur M.-ijesty's dominions has been or is being Unilt, commissioned, or equipped contrary to thibact,...
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THE CASE OF GREAT BRITAIN AS LAID BEFORE THE TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION

1872
...*IIL That in order to enable the executive government more (a.) That if a secretary of state shall be satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship which is within the limits of Her Majesty's dominions has been or is being built, equipped, fitted...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volume 14, Part 3

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1872
...the following effect, should be inserted in the statute : (a.) That if a secretary of state shall be satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship which is within the limits of Her Majesty's dominions has been or is being built, equipped, fitted...
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The Franco-Prussian War: Its Causes, Incidents, and Consequences, Volume 1

Henry Montague Hozier, William Henry Davenport Adams - Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 - 1870
...to the secretary of state, or chief executive authority, to issue a warrant to detain a ship, if " satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing" that it is being built, equipped, or despatched for an illegal purpose. The owner of a ship so detained...
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The Russo-Turkish war: including an account of the ..., Volume 1; Volume 289

sir Henry Montague Hozier - 1877
...judgment of the Court of Admiralty; and that if the Secretary of State or Chief Executive Authority is satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable cause for believing that a ship within our dominions has been or is being built, commissioned, or equipped contrary to the said Act, and is...
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Halleck's International Law: Or, Rules Regulating the Intercourse ..., Volume 2

Henry Wager Halleck - International law - 1878
...Judgment of the Court of Admiralty ; and that if the Secretary of State or Chief Executrve Authority is satisfied that there is a reasonable and probable Cause for believing that a Ship within Our Dominions has been or is ber-j built, commissioned, or equipped, contrary to the said Act, and...
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