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" It has been a subject of profound regret to the Government and people of the United States that a court of arbitral justice composed of permanent judges and acting under a sense of judicial responsibility representing the various judicial systems of the... "
The World's Work ...: A History of Our Time - Page 13109
by Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1910
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New Outlook, Volume 95

1910
...on the part of the leading nations to constitute a Court of Arbitral Justice, that he believes that a truly permanent Court of Arbitral Justice, composed...insuring the continuity of arbitral jurisprudence, will be established in the immediate future, and that the Third Peace Conference will find it in successful...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - 1915
...of the United States that a court of arbitral justice, composed of permanent judges and actin^under a sense of judicial responsibility, representing the...judicial systems of the world and capable of insuring continuity in arbitral jurisprudence, was not established at the Second Hague Peace Conference, and...
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Report of the Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration

1906
...desire on the part of the leading nations to constitute a court of arbitral justice, that he believes a truly permanent court of arbitral justice, composed...insuring the continuity of arbitral jurisprudence, will be established in the immediate future and that the Third Peace Conference will find it in successful...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - 1910
...desire on the part of the leading nations to constitute a Court of Arbitral Justice, that he believes a truly permanent court of Arbitral Justice, composed...insuring the continuity of arbitral jurisprudence, will be established in the immediate future and that the Third Peace Conference will find it in successful...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - 1908
...unanimously the principle of a permanent court composed of judges representing the various juridical systems of the world and capable of insuring the continuity of arbitral jurisprudence. From the little committee room in The Hague the duty of devising an acceptable plan was transferred...
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Instructions To, and Report from Delegates of the United States ...: With ...

1908 - 215 pages
...controversy submitted. The court of arbitral justice, on the contrary, is meant to be a permanent court, composed of judges acting under a sense of judicial responsibility, representing the various legal systems of the world, ana capable of assuring the continuity of arbitral jurisprudence. (Art....
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The Railway Conductor, Volume 26

1909
...authoritative interpretation of treaties to which the world at large is a party, and that such a Court, composed of judges acting under a sense of judicial responsibility, representing the various languages and the systems of jurisprudence, will at no distant date be created at The Hague. The policy...
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Conferences

James Brown Scott - 1909 - 548 pages
...unanimously the principle of a Permanent Court composed of judges representing the various juridical systems of the world and capable of insuring the continuity of arbitral jurisprudence. From the little committee room in The Hague the duty of devising an acceptable plan was transferred...
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American Addresses at the Second Hague Peace Conference

Joseph Hodges Choate - 1910 - 217 pages
...contract debts, arbitration, an international prize court, and the project for the establishment of a permanent court of arbitral justice, composed of judges acting under a sense of judicial responsibility and representing the various languages and systems of law. General in their nature, it is believed...
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American Addresses at the Second Hague Peace Conferene

James Brown Scott - 1910 - 217 pages
...Second Conference sought to make arbitration a judicial remedy by establishing a court truly permanent, composed of judges acting under a sense of judicial responsibility, representing the various languages and judicial systems of the world, and ready at all times to receive and to decide a case...
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