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" Through every stage of the conflict, the United States have maintained an impartial neutrality, giving aid to neither of the parties in men, money, ships, or munitions of war. They have regarded the contest not in the light of an ordinary insurrection... "
Journal: 1st-13th Congress . Repr. 14th Congress, 1st Session - 50th ... - Strana 10
autor/autoři: United States. Congress. House - 1817
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The American Journal of International Law

1909
...2nd of December, 1817, Monroe calls attention to the fact that " through every stage of the conflict the United States have maintained an impartial neutrality, giving aid to neither of the parties in men, ships, or munitions of war. ." B2 Two years later, although persisting in a strict neutrality, the...
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Problems in Pan Americanism

Samuel Guy Inman - 1921 - 415 str.
...States. Indeed President Monroe at one time confessed that, from the first, the struggle was regarded "not in the light of an ordinary insurrection or rebellion,...equal, having as to neutral powers, equal rights." One of the first approaches toward the great subject ol American solidarity that history reveals to...
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The Federal Reporter

1897
...the first annual message of President Monroe in 1817. Re says: "Through every stage of (he conflict the United States have maintained an impartial neutrality,...equal rights. Our ports have been open to both, and any articles » * • that either was permitted to take have been equally free to the other." 78 P.—...
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International Law and the Search for Normative Order

Roscoe Ralph Oglesby - 1971 - 142 str.
...President in 1817 he devoted attention to the problem in his first annual message. "(The United States) have regarded the contest not in the light of an ordinary...powers equal rights. Our ports have been open to both." 74 By 1822, full statehood had been attained by most of the rebellious •' "I hope, sir, that you...
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New Monthly Magazine, Svazek 9

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1818
...parlies, and fof which redress has, in most instances, been withheld. Through every stage of the conflict the United States have maintained an impartial neutrality,...contest, not in the light of an ordinary insurrection oí rebellion, but as a civil war between parties nearly equal, having, as to neutral powers, equal...
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Recognition in International Law

...stated: 'Through every stage of the conflict the United States has maintained an impartial neutrality They have regarded the contest not in the light of...parties nearly equal, having as to neutral powers equal rights.'4 Relying upon this and similar declarations, the United States courts repeatedly refused to...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Svazek 13

1818
...in which he differed in hat, in mns' instances been withheld. Through every stage of the conflict, the United States have maintained an impartial neutrality,...of the parties in men, money, ships or munitions of wir. They have regarded the contest, not in the light of an ordinary insurrection or rebellion, but...
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