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Diplomatic Agents and Immunities


Diplomatic Agents and Immunities

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    Amos Shartle Hershey
General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1919 Original Publisher: Govt. print. off. Subjects: Diplomatic and consular service Exterritoriality Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: " 9. If the diplomatic representatives be of the rank of charge d'affaires, bearing a letter of credence addressed to the minister for foreign affairs, he should, on addressing to the minister the formal note prescribed in Paragraph 7, communicate to him the office copy of his letter of credence and await the minister's pleasure as to receiving the original in a personal interview. " 10. On the occasion of presenting ceremonial letters of credence or of recall to the head of the government, it is usual at most capitals for the retiring or incoming diplomatic representative to make a brief address pertinent to the occasion. This address should be written and spoken in English by the representative of the United States. Before the day fixed for his audience of reception or of leave-taking, the diplomatic representative should furnish to the minister for foreign affairs a copy of his proposed remarks in order that a suitable reply thereto may be prepared. A copy of the address and of the reply must be sent to the Department of State." Instructions to Diplomatic Officers of the United States (1897) sees. 7-10. Moore, op. cit., vol. IV, p. 461. " The date of reception of credentials regulates the order of standing or precedence of envoys of the same rank at the capital where they are stationed, the one newly received going to the foot of the list. After the passage of the statute of 1893, authorizing ambassadors in the United States diplomatic service, it was determined by the leading powers of Europe to rai...  
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