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Phillimore, Sir R. :

his authority cited
Portugal:

law for enforcing neutrality of

war with the Banda Oriental, course of the United States during.
Pradier, Fodéré:

liis views regarding the powers of arbitrators..

his views regarding claims for consequential damages.
Prerogative, (see Great Britain :)

numerous examples of its exercise during the insurrection
Great Britain failed to use it in favor of the United States..
examination of the United States Argument upon, by Sir R. Palmer.

Mr. Evart's remarks upon
Prevention :

distinction between it and punishment
the power of, inseparable from the idea of executive power..

Sir Roundell Palıner's views as to
Prizes:

The exclusion of from British ports no benefit to the United States ...
Proclamation, (the Queeu's, conferring belligerent rights :)

was voluntary and anticipatory..

changed legal relations between Great Britain and the insurgents..
Prussia :

laws for enforcing neutrality of
Pursuit of cruisers :

note on the claim for

32, 149

151
100

181

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“Reasonable ground to believe :"
British definition of

268
Sir R. Palmer's views regarding

412
Mr. Evarts's views regarding

450
Rebel hostilities :

questions regarding should be decided by other Powers as they arise.....
Recruitments, (see Shenandoah :)
alleged illegal considered and defended by Great Britain ...

288
Retribution, the :
history of the vessel....

140
the capture of the Hanover..

140
the capture of the Emily Fisher

141
arrives at Nassau and is sold there

142
Ripon, Lord :
his views on the treaty of Washington

202, 20:3
Rules. (See Treaty of Washington.)
Russell, Earl, (see Animus :)
thinks the Alabama and the Oreto a scandal and reproach..

93
is informed by the insurgent agent of the purpose of the insurgents to de-
stroy the commerce of the United States...

111
Cienies British liability for the Alabama claims.

191
refuses arbitration

191
the author of the term Alabama claims..

192
his views regarding damages...

217
Russia:
laws for enforcing the neutrality of

37
Russian ships, the:
considered by Mr. Cushing.

499

S.
Sale :
of arms and contraband of war.

23, 205
Sea King, the. (See Shenandoah.)
Seward, Mr. :
instructions regarding the indirect claims

190
Shenandoah, the

111
purchase of the Sea King.

115
enlistment of part of the crew

115
departure from London....

115
is armed and manned from the Laurel

116
information regarding, communicated to Earl Russell

117
she arrives at Melbourne...

117
permission granted to coal and make repairs.

118

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Shenandoah, the-continued :
the American Consul protests against it...

117
permission granted to go to the public docks.

118
partiality of people of Melbourne toward the insurgents

118
large recruitments of men for, at Melbourne

119, 128
the Colonial authorities informed of contemplated recruitments.

122
their inefficient proceedings ..

122
further proof of recruitments furnished the authorities..

124
the authorities parley with the commander in place of acting,

125
further information of contemplated recruitments.

126
refusal of the Colonial authorities to act......

127
departure from Melbourne

128
excessive repairs at Melbourne.

130
excessive supplies of coal from the John Frazer at Melbourne.

130
arrives at Liverpool

134
reasons why Great Britain is not responsible for the acts of, as set forth in
the British Argument..

282
her armament defended by Great Britain

286
Sir Roundell Palmer's argument regarding recruitments for.

520
Mr. Cushing's observations on Sir Ř. Palmer's argument.

532
Ships of war, (see Vessels, Armed Vessels, Exterritoriality:)
their privileges in neutral ports, (Sir R. Palmer)

427
no rule regarding their exclusion, (Palmer).

430
no distinction between those of a recognized nation and those of insurgents
recognized as belligerents, (Palmer)

431
Sovereignty:
elements of, as to war or peace...

22
Spain:
laws for enforcing neutrality of

36
treaty between the United States and, of 1819.

43
course of United States toward, regarding Cuba, justified

44
Spanish American Colonies :
course of the United States during their war of independence

42
Stanley-Johnson Convention :
negotiations of ....

193
Stanley, Lord :
his views regarding injuries to the United States.

217
Submission. (See Treaty of Washington.)
Sufferance. (See Neutral.)
Sumter, the..

135, 293
coals at Trinidad

136
arrives at Gibraltar,

136
representations of Mr. Adanis concerning.

136
sold at Gibraltar

138
arrives at Liverpool

133
Sweden:
laws for enforcing neutrality of

37
Switzerland :
laws for enforcing neutrality of

34

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Treaty of Washington, (see Due Diligence, International Law, Indirect Claims,
Veutrals, Neutrality :)
provisions respecting arbitration.

14
provisions respecting claims

14, 15
rules of..

15
these rules the imperative law in this controversy.

-146, 147, 443
how the first rule is to be applied to the facts.

146, 448
how the second and third rules are to be applied

146
nothing admissible which diminishes their force

147
the obligations of Great Britain to observe them has the force of an obli-
gation under international law....

147
the rules call for seasonable, appropriate, and adequate means to preserve
neutrality

149
claims comprehending it

187
negotiations preceding-

189
opening of negotiations

196
preliminary correspondence concerning.

197
meaning of the words amicable settlement

200
supposed concessions in by Great Britain examined.

206
debate in Parliament regarding...

239
defines the duties of neutrals with increase of strictness

267
French translation of rules of

313
Sir R. Palmer's views concerning the first rule

426
Mr. Evarts's views concerning the first rule....

472
Tribunal of Arbitration :
its authority absolute...;

16
scope of the submission under

18, 159, 257
the sole judge of what constitutes due diligence

157
the judge of its own powers....

210
Tuscaloosa :
a prize captured by the Alabama and fitted as a tender..

100
proceedings regarding

100, 101
captures by..

103
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Unfriendliness of Great Britain, (see Animus, Great Britain :)

an element to be considered in preparing means to preserve neutrality 148
increased by the conduct of the British Government

162
United States, (see Neutrality Laws :)
suffer great injury from aid furnished insurgents from British territory

12
nature of the injuries to.

13
their neutrality law of 1818, compared with the British Foreign-Enlistment
Act

28
their legislative bistory shows a constant desire to perform their duties as
neutrals

29
their history as a neutral compared with that of Great Britain. .38, 40, 162
their history as a neutral further examined..

.40, 46, 228
treaty with Spain of 1819....

43
the failure of their officers does not release Great Britain

161
their alleged condonement...

218
their views of “due diligence" in practice..

410

V.
Vessels, (see Armed Vessels, Exterritoriality :)
to which arbitration relates..

185, 260

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513

44

W.
Waite, Mr.:

his argument on the supplies of coal...
Walker's expedition :

defense of the conduct of the United States Government regarding
Washington. (See Treaty of Washington.)
Washington, President:

his course as President toward belligerent nations

note regarding the same..
Westbury, Lord. (See Animus.)
Wirt, Mr.:

his views regarding allowance of interest.

29,40

227

220

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