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" Government cruizers are not to be put on the same footing as merchant vessels ; for, as they bring no merchandize and do not come to trade, they will of course pay neither dues nor charges. The Resident Consul will keep the Superintendent of Customs duly... "
Narrative of the Voyages and Services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843: And ... - Página 520
por William Dallas Bernard, Sir William Hutcheon Hall - 1844
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1843
...of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But thesegovernment cruizers are not to be put on the same footing as merchant...informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruizers, that he may take his measures accordingly. XV. On the Security to be given for British, Merchant...
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The Chinese Repository, Volumen12

1843
...of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But these government cruizors are not to be put on the same footing as merchant...informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruizers, that he may take his measures accordingly. XV. ON THE SECURITY TO BE QIVEN Foil BRITISH Mr.KCHAKT...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen9

1843
...cruisers are not to he put upon the same footing as merchant vessels, for as they hring no merchandise and do not come to trade, they will of course pay...The resident consul will keep the superintendent of cust0me duly informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruisers, that he may take measores...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen9

1843
...cruisers (ire not to be put upon the same footing as merchant vessels, for as they bring no merchandise and do not come to trade, they will of course pay neither dues nor chargea. The resident, consul will keep the superintendent of customs duly in. formed of the arrival...
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The Indian Mail, Tema 1

1843
...cruizers are not to be put upon the vane footing as merchant vessels, for as they bring no merchandise and do not come to trade, they will of course pay neither duiie* nor charges. The resident consul will keep the superintendent of customs duly informed of the...
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China; political, commercial, and social; an official report, Volumen2

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1847
...of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But these government cruizers are not to be put on the same footing as merchant...informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruizers, that he may take his measures accordingly. " 15M. On the security to be given for British...
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Nouveau recueil général de traités: conventions et autres ..., Volumen5

Georg Friedrich Martens - 1847
...be put on thé same footing as merchant vessels, for as they bring no mercbandise, and do not coine to trade, they will, of course, pay neither dues nor charges. The résident Consul will keep thé Superintendent of Customs duly informée! of thé arrivai and départ...
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China and the Chinese: Their Religion, Character, Customs, and ..., Volumen2

Henry Charles Sirr - 1849
...of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But these government cruizers are not to be put on the same footing as merchant...informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruizers, that he may take his measures accordingly. XV. ON THE SECURITY TO BE GIVEN FOR BRITISH MERCHANT...
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China and the Chinese: Their Religion, Character, Customs, and ..., Volumen2

Henry Charles Sirr - 1849
...of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But these government cruizcre are not to be put on the same footing as merchant...informed of the arrival and departure of such government cruizcrs, that he may take his measures accordingly. XV. ON THE SECURITY то BE GIVEN FOR BRITISH...
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Reports from Her Majesty's Embassies and Missions Abroad on the Subject of ...

Great Britain. Foreign Office - 1872 - 388 páginas
...of better restraining sailors and others, and preventing disturbances. But these Government cruizers are not to be put on the same footing as merchant...informed of the arrival and departure of such Government cruizers, that he may take his measures accordingly. XV. On the Security to be given for British Merchant...
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