By James L. Watson
Asian and African structures of Slavery
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The tribunal of the North Atlantic Coast Fishery Arbitration decided that "the treaty of 1818 was in different terms, and very different in extent, from that of 1783, and was made for different considerations. " Sen. Doc. No. , I, 80. The discussion with regard to the survival or non-survival of fishing rights can be profitably compared with the situation of Frenchmen getting fishing rights off the Newfoundland coasts under the Treaty of Utrecht of 1713. These rights were confirmed by subsequent treaties in the 18th century, but not after the Napoleonic wars.
In modem war such a proclamation is not ordinarily made. Although Professor A. de LaPradelle has suggested that in World War I both Germany and Secretary of State Lansing for the United States have taken the view that war causes the "total and absolute extinction without exception or qualification of all treaties," 2 the present writer cannot understand on what basis such an assertion can be made. So far as is known, Germany never officially took such a position. The reference to Lansing certainly is unjustified.
No. , I, 80. The discussion with regard to the survival or non-survival of fishing rights can be profitably compared with the situation of Frenchmen getting fishing rights off the Newfoundland coasts under the Treaty of Utrecht of 1713. These rights were confirmed by subsequent treaties in the 18th century, but not after the Napoleonic wars. Nevertheless, they continued in existence until finally abolished by the Anglo-French Treaty of 1904. Fitzmaurice, G. , "The Juridical Clauses of the Peace Treaties," 73 Hague Recueil 314 (1948).
Asian and African Systems of Slavery by James L. Watson