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" Sovereigns, in forming this august union, have regarded as its fundamental basis, their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation of the principles of the right... "
The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time - Page 175
by Great Britain. Parliament - 1819
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The Equality of States in International Law

Edwin De Witt Dickinson - Equality of states - 1918 - 796 pages
...-.••:...•-.-.: .i..1: lution never to depart, either among themselves, or in their Relations with other States, from the strictest observation...of permanent Peace, can alone effectually guarantee tha Independence of Each Government, and the stability of the general association. Faithful to these...
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International Law Codified and Its Legal Sanction: Or, The Legal ...

Pasquale Fiore - International law - 1918 - 750 pages
...nations, principles which, being applied to a permanent state of peace, can alone guarantee effectively the independence of each government and the stability of the general association." RATIFICATION 20. Ratification is the approval or confirmation of what has been done or promised, executed...
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Experiments in International Administration

Francis Bowes Sayre - Arbitration (International law) - 1919 - 200 pages
...fundamental basis their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves, or in their Relations with other States, from the strictest observation...Government, and the stability of the general association.".* As one reads over the story of these great efforts of 1648, of 1711-13, of 1815-18, all of which have...
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National Governments and the World War

Frederic Austin Ogg, Charles Austin Beard - France - 1919 - 603 pages
...Powers solemnly asserted their purpose never " to depart, either among themselves, or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation of the principles of the law of nations ; principles which, in their application to a state of permanent peace, can alone effectually...
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The New World Order: International Organization, International Law ...

Frederick Charles Hicks - International cooperation - 1920 - 496 pages
...the monarchs," and their resolution "never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation of the principles of the right of nations." The Conference did not, however, inaugurate a period of peace and fraternity, but one of revolution...
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The Confederation of Europe: A Study of the European Alliance, 1813-1823, as ...

Walter Alison Phillips - European federation - 1920 - 320 pages
...fundamental basis their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation of the principles of the law of nations : principles, which, in their application to a state of permanent peace, can alone effectually...
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The New Larned History for Ready Reference, Reading and Research ..., Volume 1

Josephus Nelson Larned - History - 1922
...fundamental basis their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation of the principles of the rights of nations: principles, which, in their application to a state of permanent peace, can alone...
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War and Peace in Europe 1815-1870

E. L. Woodward - History - 1963 - 292 pages
...fundamental basis their invariable resolution never to depart either among themselves, or in their Relations with other States, from the strictest observation of the principles of the Right of Nations. . . . The repose of the world will be constantly their motive and their end. . . . They solemnly acknowledge...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 10

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1818
...either among themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation ofthe principles of the right of nations — principles which, in their application to a stale ol' permanent peace, can aloco effectually guarantee the independence of each government, and...
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