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" ... by stationing a number of ships and forming as it were an arch of circumvallation around the mouth of the prohibited port. There, if the arch fails in any one part, the blockade itself fails altogether... "
The Home and foreign review [formerly The Rambler]. - Pagina 5
1863
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An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases Determined by the ..., Pagina 961

William Tarn Pritchard - 1847 - 707 pagini
...April, 1809, was never intended to be maintained in the regular mode of enforcing blockades, viz., by stationing a number of ships, and forming, as it...were, an arch of circumvallation round the mouth of a prohibited port, where, if the arch fails in any one part, the blockade itself fails -altogether...
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English Admiralty Reports: 1811-1822, Dodson

1853
...previously adopted by the French government against the commerce of this country. The blockade imposed by it is applicable to a very great extent of coast, and...number of ships, and forming, as it were, an arch of circuinvallation round the mouth * of the prohibited port. There, if the arch fails in any one [ *426...
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Commentaries Upon International Law, Volumul 3

Robert Phillimore - 1857
...dispute the validity of the Blockade on that account, (r) CCXCifl. A Blockade de facto should be effected by stationing a number of ships, and forming as it...circumvallation round the mouth of the prohibited port, where, if the arch fails in any one part, the Blockade itself fails altogether.(s) This is the general...
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A Selection of Leading Cases on Mercantile and Maritime Law: With Notes

Owen Davies Tudor - 1860 - 896 pagini
...blockaded ports. " The usual and regular mode of enforcing blockades," says Sir William Scott, "ia by stationing a number of ships, and forming, as it...circumvallation round the mouth of the prohibited port. Then if the arch fails in any one part, the blockade fails altogether." IDods. 425. Another definition...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumul 111

1862
...Arthur (1 Dodson's Admiralty Reports, p. 425), ' The usual and regular mode of enforcing blockades is by stationing a number of ships, and forming as it...There, if the arch fails in any one part, the blockade fails altogether.' And when war broke out between Spain and her colonies in South America, the Government...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumele 111-112

1862
...Arthur (1 Dodnons Admiralty Reports, p. 425), ' The usual and regular mode of enforcing blockades is by stationing a number of ships, and forming as it were an arch of circurnvallation round the mouth of the prohibited port. There, if the arch fails in any one part,...
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Letters by Historicus on Some Questions of International Law: Reprinted from ...

Sir William Vernon Harcourt - 1863 - 212 pagini
...been adopted by the French Government against the commerce of this country. The blockade imposed by it is applicable to a very great extent of coast, and...circumvallation round the mouth of the prohibited port. Then if the arch fails in any one part, the blockade itself fails altogether. But this species of blockade,...
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Letters by Historicus on Some Questions of International Law: Reprinted from ...

Sir William Vernon Harcourt - 1863 - 212 pagini
...been adopted by the French Government against the commerce of this country. The blockade imposed by it is applicable to a very great extent of coast, and...number of ships and forming as it were an arch of circumvattation round the mouth of the prohibited port. Then if the arch fails in any one part, the...
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Letters by Historicus on Some Questions of International Law: Reprinted from ...

Sir William Vernon Harcourt - 1863 - 212 pagini
...been adopted by the French Government against the commerce of this country. The blockade imposed by it is applicable to a very great extent of coast, and...according to the usual and regular mode of enforcing blackodes, by stationing a number of ships and forming as it were an arch of circumvattation round...
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Règles internationales et diplomatie de la mer, Volumul 2

Théodore Ortolan - 1864 - 1051 pagini
...forces navales suffisantes pour cerner le lieu à bloquer : « A blockade de facto should be effected by stationing a number of ships, and forming as it...circumvallation round the mouth of the prohibited port, where, if the arch fails in any one part, the blockade itself fails altogether. This is the general...
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