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" ... respective Governments, who shall see that full inquiry and strict justice shall be had in the premises. "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Page 421
by United States. Congress. House - 1865
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Compilation of Treaties in Force: Prepared Under Act of July 7, 1895 by ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Foreign Relations - 1899 - 779 pages
...right to make representation of the same to the Superior Officers of the respective Governments who shall see that full inquiry and strict justice shall be had in the premises; and the said Consuls and agents shall carefully avoid all acts of offense to the officers and people...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1899
...right to make representation of the same to the Superior Officers of the respective Governments who shall see that full inquiry and strict justice shall be had in the premises; and the said Consuls and agents shall carefully avoid all acts of offense to the officers and people...
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Tong shang xu zhi: Useful manual for the use of traders in China

Commerce - 1899
...right to make representation of the same to the superior oificer of their respective Governments, who shall see that full inquiry and strict justice shall be had in the premise. And the said Consuls and agents shall carefully avoid all acts of offense to the officers...
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Treaties Between the Empire of China and Foreign Powers: Together with ...

China - China - 1901 - 318 pages
...right to make representation of the same to the superior officers of their respective governments, who shall see that full inquiry and strict justice shall be had in the premises. And the said Consuls and agents shall carefully avoid all acts of offense to the officers and people...
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The International Relations of the Chinese Empire, Volume 3

Hosea Ballou Morse - China - 1918
...punishment then the question becomes one for reference to the " superior officers of the government, who shall see that full inquiry and strict justice shall be had in the premises." [Art. x of the treaty.] The Chinese government cannot be compelled to plead in the consular court at the suit...
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Foreign Relations of the United States: Diplomatic Papers

United States. Department of State - United States - 1950
...fine, it is obligatory upon us to punish them for infractions of the treaty and regulations. . . . "The Chinese Government cannot be compelled to plead...become diplomatic questions to be referred to Peking. . . . "The Chinese Government may confiscate goods landed in breach of port regulations; but only those...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1910
...right to make representation of the same to the superior officers of the respective Governments, who , if reached, shall be reduced to writing in the form of a protocol and shall And the said Consuls and Agents shall carefully avoid all acts of offence to the officers and people...
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