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DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES
NEUTRAL RIGHTS AND COMMERCE
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4191 The Secretary of State to Sept. 18 Instructs him to address a Chargé Laughlin.
4988 Ambassador W. H. Page to Oct. 11 the Secretary of State.
formal note to Lord Grey with reference to Order in Council of July 7, 1916, entitled "The Maritime Rights Order in Council, 1916," and say the United States Government deems the rules therein set forth as at variance with the law and practice of nations in several respects. Encloses copy of a note from British Foreign Office dated Oct. 10, stating if the rules cited in Order in Council are not deemed by the United States Government to be in accordance with international law, they should be challenged in the Prize Court.
4502 The Secretary of State to Nov. 24 Instructs him to address to
Ambassador W. H. Page.
British Foreign Office note