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PART FOURTH.

COMMENCEMENT OF WAR, AND ITS IMMEDIATE EFFECTS.

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CII APTER II.

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12. Restitution by the neutral State of property captured within its juris-

diction, or otherwise in violation of its neutrality .

494

13. Limitations of the neutral jurisdiction to restore in cases of illegal

capture

. . . . . 497

14. Right of asylum in neutral ports dependent on the consent of the neu-

tral State . .

498

15. Neutral impartiality, in what it consists . . .

498

16. Arming and equipping vessels, and enlisting men within the neutral

territory, by either belligerent, unlawful.

499

17. Prohibition enforced by municipal statutes

500

18. Immunity of the neutual territory, how far it extends to neutral vessels

on the high seas . . ;

503

19. Usage of nations subjecting enemy's goods in neutral vessels to capture 504

20. Neutral vessels laden with enemy goods subject to confiscation by the

ordinances of some States . . . . . 505

21. Goods of a friend on board the ships of an enemy .

505

22. The two maxims, of free ships free goods, and enemy ships enemy goods,

not necessarily connected ..

. 507

23. Conventional law as to free ships free goods .

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508

24. Contraband of war.

535

25. Transportation of military persons and despatches in the enemy's service 562

26. Penalty for the carrying of contraband

. . : 567

27. Rule of the war of 1756

28. Breach of blockade

29. Right of visitation and search

. . . 587

30. Forcible resistance by an enemy master .

31. Right of a neutral to carry his goods in an armed enemy vessel 593

32. Neutral vessels under enemy's convoy, liable to capture

572

575

616

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