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Effect of War of 1812_

Conclusion --

Question 2:

Preliminary

American fishermen, contention of .--

Newfoundland fishermen, employment of -

Other fishermen.

Diplomatic correspondence_

Argument-

Treaty is clear.--

Vessels have no rights.---

Intention of negotiators of convention.

Mr. Evarts's view---

Other provisions of treaty-

Treaties of 1854 and 1871

Situation in 1818..

Effects of United States contention.

British control over British subjects..

Conclusion --

Question 3 :

Customs entries and light and harbor dues in treaty waters..

The liberties"

British contention.----

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Bays----

Usage of nations_-

United States-

Delaware Bay .-

United States claim, 1801.

Fuca Straits---

Chesapeake Bay

Great Britain

Bristol Channel

Regina v. Keyn.

Bays in question-

Conception Bay-

Chaleurs

Miramichi..

Maritime jurisdiction claimed by other nations.

Fishery conventions---

France and Great Britain, 1839.

Great Britain and Germany, 1874.-

Denmark, 1880.----

North Sea convention, 1882-

Effect of these conventions..

Summary---

Opinions of jurists-

American writers

English writers .

Continental writers.---

Present opinions-

Institute of international law--

Other opinions.

Summary of opinions.

Negotiations of 1818

Conclusion.

Question 6:

“ Coasts” and “shores

The question stated..

Analysis of treaty--

Distinction between phrases

Negotiations, 1814–1818_

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French claims.

Other treaties.--

Magdalen Islands

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