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Foreign relations for the United States 1902. Whaling and sealing claims against Russia.

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations for the United States 1902. Whaling and sealing claims against Russia.
Appendix I
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1902

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[Title page] Appendix I: foreign relations of the United States, 1902: whaling and sealing claims against Russia

Translation of the memorandum of the party claimant

Letter from the secretary of state, transmitting a dispatch from Herbert H. D. Peirce, agent of the United States in the matter of the whaling and sealing claims against Russia, pp. [1]-8

Case No. 1: the Cape Horn Pigeon, American whaling bark, arrested and seized in the Sea of Okhotsk by an armed vessel of the Imperial Russian Government, taken to Vladivostok, detained there until the end of the whaling season, and finally released without trial, pp. 9-[98]

Case No. 2: the American schooner "James Hamilton Lewis" arrested and seized in the Bering Sea by a cruiser of the Imperial Government of Russia and confiscated by said Imperial Government, pp. 99-208

Case No. 3: the "C. H. White", pp. 209-[254]

Case No. 4: the "Kate and Anna", pp. 255-[282]

Counter memorandum of the defendant party to the honorable arbitrator, Mr. T. M. C. Asser, Counselor of State of the Kingdom of Holland, pp. 283-316

Rejoinder of the party claimant to the counter memorandum of the defendant party to the honorable arbitrator, Mr. T. M. C. Asser, Counsellor of State of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, pp. 317-[362]

Surrejoinder of the party defendant to the rejoinder of the party claimant to the counter memorandum of the Russian government presented to the honorable arbitrator, Mr. T. M. C. Asser, Counselor of State of the Netherlands., pp. 363-404

The hearing before the honorable arbitrator, Mr. T. M. C. Asser, in the arbitration for the purpose of adjusting the differences between the government of the United States of America, party claimant, and the Imperial Russian Government, party defendant, relative to the arrests and seizures of the American vessels "Cape Horn Pigeon," "James Hamilton Lewis," "C. H. White," and "Kate and Anna", pp. 405-448

Decision of the arbitrator, Mr. T. M. C. Asser, member of the State Council of the Netherlands, rendered at the Hague, November 29, 1902, in the international arbitration between the United States of America, party claimant, and Russia, party defendant, relative to the vessels "Cape Horn Pigeon," "James Hamilton Lewis," "C. H. White," and "Kate and Anna", pp. 449-466

Arbitrage international entre les Etats-Unis d'Amérique, partie demanderesse, et la Russie, partie défenderesse, relatif aux navires Cape Horn Pigeon, James Hamilton Lewis, C. H. White, et Kate and Anna, pp. 467-484

Index, pp. 485-504 ff.

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