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" It is agreed, however, that none of the immediately foregoing conditions and stipulations in sections numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of this article shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces,... "
Roosevelt Among the People: Being an Account of the Fourteen Thousand Mile ... - Page 37
by Addison Charles Thomas - 1910 - 314 pages
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New Outlook, Volume 69

1901
...adjacent waters, shall not prevent the United States from taking such measures as it may find necessary to secure by its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order, and (3) that the clause is omitted calling the attention of other powers to the treaty and inviting...
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The Great Round World and what is Going on in it, Issue 216

1900
...article shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order. 6. The plant, establishments, buildings, and all works necessary to the construction, maintenance,...
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The Pacific Monthly: A Magazine of Education and Progress, Volumes 4-6

William Bittle Wells, Lute Pease - 1900
...this act, shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces, the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order." The amendment contains the same provisions that are found in the Suez canal treaty, though the conditions...
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The Pacific Monthly: A Magazine of Education and Progress, Volumes 3-4

1900
...this act, shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces, the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order." The amendment contains the same provisions that are found in the Suez canal treaty, though the conditions...
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The University of Texas Record

1904
...may i/Wa., Vol. IX, pp. 188-190, 317. 2/Wa.,Vol. X, p. 180. find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order." Two days thereafter Senator Foraker proposed the insertion of the words "which convention is hereby...
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The Battle of 1900: An Official Hand-book for Every American Citizen ...

1900 - 544 pages
...this act shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order.' " A majority of the Committee on Foreign Relations favor this amendment, and believe that so amended...
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The Current Encyclopedia: A Monthly Record of Human Progress, Volume 1

1901
...amendments declared the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty to be superseded, gave to the United States the right to secure, "by Its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order" (the Davis amendment), and, out of regard for the Monroe doctrine, omitted the invitation to other...
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Cyclopedic Review of Current History, Volume 10

1901
...provisions "shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing by its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order." 7'wii More Amendments. — The adoption of this amendment was followed by a flood of other proposed...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1901
...article shall apply to measures which the United States may find it necessary to take for securing, by its own forces, the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order." The committee recommend that the treaty as so amended be advised and consented to. ( The Treaty of...
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Hearst's International, Volume 20

1911
...treaty should not apply "to measures which the United States should find necessary to take for securing by its own forces the defense of the United States and the maintenance of public order." It was pointed out that even the Convention of Constantinople was by its own terms not to be "any obstacle...
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