Opinions delivered by the commissioners in the principal cases. To which is prefixed a copy of the conventions between the two governments and of the rules of the commission. Report as inadecuate




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32 Ciencia política - Political science

Be it known that the undersigned, commissioners, appointed, respectively, by the president of the United States of America and the government of the United States of Venezuela, in pursuance of the convention between said countries for a reopening of the claims of citizens of the Unites States against Venezuela under the treaty on april 25, 1866, concluded at Washington December 5, 1885.

Tipo de documento: Libro - Book

Palabras clave: Convention, Government of United States of America, Government of the United States of Venezuela

Temática: 3 Ciencias sociales - Social sciences 32 Ciencia política - Political science9 Geografía e Historia - History and geography 98 Historia general de América del Sur - History of ancient world; of specific continents, countries, localities; of extraterrestrial worlds





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we cannot concur, although we can readily giye our assent to most of the geneml reasoning in which he indulged on the subject of the duty of a foreign government -with respect to the protection of official representatives of another sovereiguty coming within its jurisdiction. It is perfectly true, as contended by the learned counsel, that the citizens of one State, whether holding office 01 not, hut residing or doing business within .the jurisdiction of another State, are entitled to the fullest protection of the laws of that State, both in their persons and property, and that on the n.nthority of tho cru e of the Spanish consul in New Orleans, after the execution of the unfortunate victim, of the Lopez expedition, as stated hy 1-11.
,Yebster, then Secretary of State, there would seem to be an additional claim upou this protection growillg out of the consular ofli of the person injured, nlth01lgh it is to he uotc.l tlrat 7-11.
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