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A DIGEST

OF

THE INTERNATIONAL LAW

OF THE

UNITED STATES,

TAKEN FROM

DOCUMENTS ISSUED BY PRESIDENTS

AND SECRETARIES OF STATE,

• ANL FROM

DECISIONS OF FEDERAL COURTS AND OPINIONS OF ATTORNEYS-GENERAL.

EDITED BY

FRANCIS WHARTON, LL, D.,

AUTHOR OF A TREATISE ON CONFLICT OF LAWS, AND OF COMMENTARIES

ON AMERICAN LAW.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOLUME II.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1886.

8 23 1945

CHAPTER VI.

I. NEGOTIATION, $ 130.

II. RATIFICATION AND APPROVAL.

(1) As to treaty making power, 131.

(2) As to legislation, ø 131a.

III. WHEN TREATY GOES INTO EFFECT, Ø 132.

IV. CONSTRUCTION AND INTERPRETATION, $ 133.

V. “FAVORED NATION," 134.

VI. SUBSEQUENT WAR: EFFECT OF, Ø 135.

VII. SUBSEQUENT ANNEXATION: EFFECT OF, \ 136.

VIII. SUBSEQUENT REVOLUTION: EFFECT OF, 0137.

IX. ABROGATION BY CONSENT, BY REPUDIATION, OR BY CHANGE OF CIRCUM-

STANCES, 137a.

X. TREATIES WHEN CONSTITUTIONAL ARE THE SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND,

BUT MAY BE MUNICIPALLY MODIFIED BY SUBSEQUENT LEGISLATION, 138.

XI. JUDICIARY CANNOT CONTROL EXECUTIVE IN TREATY MAKING, Ø 139.

XI. SPECIAL TREATIES.

(1) Argentine Republic, ( 140.

(2) Austria-Hungary, \ 141.

(3) Barbary Powers, $ 141a.

(4) Bavaria, TM 142.

(5) Brazil, $ 143.

(6) China, j 144.

(7) Colombia and New Granada, ( 145.

(8) Costa Rica and Honduras, % 146.

(9) Denmark, 147.

(10) France.

(a) Treaty of 1778, ø 148.

(b) Convention of 1800–01, 148a.

(6) Treaty of 1803 (cession of Louisiana), ( 1486.

(d) Subsequent treaties, Ø 1480.

(11) Germany, 149.

(12) Great Britain.

(a) Treaty of 1783 (Peace), ) 150.

(6) Jay's treaty (1794), ( 150a.

(c) Monroe-Pinkney and cognate negotiations, | 1500.

(d) Treaty of Ghent (1814), TM 1500.

(6) Conventions of 1815, 1818, Ø 150d.

) Ashburton treaty (1842), Ø 150e.

(9) Clayton-Bulwer treaty (1850), ) 150f.

(h) Treaty of Washington (1871) and Genova tribunal, $ 150g.

(13) Hanseatic Republic, ) 151.

(14) Hawaii, $ 151a.

(15) Italy, Ø 152.

(16) Japan, $ 153.

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