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Imprensa Nacional, 1890 - Law
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Page 79 - Portuguese, the slaves found on board such vessel, must have been brought there for the express purpose of the traffic...
Page 29 - Treaty and the publication thereof, it shall not be lawful for any of the subjects of the Crown of Portugal to purchase slaves, or to carry on the slave-trade on any part of the coast of Africa to the northward of the Equator, upon any pretext or in any manner whatsoever...
Page 98 - Article, either for total Loss, or for Losses and Damages sustained by the Owners and Proprietors of the said Ships and Cargoes. The said Commission established in London shall be composed and proceed exactly upon the same Basis determined in...
Page 79 - As the two preceding articles are entirely reciprocal, the two High Contracting Parties engage mutually to make good any losses which their respective subjects...
Page 99 - ... of the instructions annexed to it, the government to which the detained vessel may belong, shall be entitled to demand reparation ; and, in such case, the government to which the captor may belong, binds itself to cause...
Page 29 - ... the king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the right honourable Geo.
Page 100 - ... the ship and cargo shall remain, during this appeal, in the place of residence of the first Commission before whom they may have been conducted. The High Contracting Parties have agreed to supply, as soon as possible, every vacancy that may arise in the above-mentioned Commissions from death or any other contingency. And in case that the vacancy of each of the Portuguese Commissioners residing in the British possessions, be not supplied at the end of six months, the vessels which are taken there...
Page 84 - Molina, &c. Whereas I have granted permission for the vessel called of tons, and carrying men and passengers ; master and owner, both Spaniards and subjects of my crown, to proceed bound to the ports of and coast of Africa, from whence she is to return to the said master and owner having previously taken the required oath before the...
Page 91 - Netherlands, ar,e appointed to decide upon the legality of the detention of such vessels as the cruizers of both nations shall detain in pursuance of this same treaty.
Page 25 - Highness's reclamations, and in consideration of regulations to be made by the Prince Regent of Portugal for avoiding hereafter such doubts, is desirous to adopt the most speedy and effectual measures, and without the delays incident to the ordinary forms of law, to provide a liberal indemnity for the parties whose property may have been so detained under the doubts as aforesaid ; in furtherance of the said object, the high contracting Parties have appointed as their Plenipotentiaries, viz.

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