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American Journal of International Law
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS: 35 WEST 32D STREET, NEW YORK, U.S.A.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME ELEVEN
NUMBER 1, JANUARY, 1917
4 To Count Wrangel 30, Steamship Hellig Olaf. 109 bags con-
taining rubber have been found in
List of Papers
Detention of British mails in Sweden.
When may an answer be expected
from Swedish Government to the re-
quest of 1st January for release of
Steamships Hellig Olaf and Stockholm.
Reasons of the Swedish Government
for their protest against search of par-
cels mail in certain Danish and Swed-
ish vessels, and seizure of parcels
Reply to Swedish arguments against
search of parcel mail and seizure of
Swedish Government's reply to No. 8.
They will release detained parcels
mail on condition that His Majesty's
Government submit question of legal-
ity of measures taken by Great Brit-
ain to a court of arbitration .
Memorandum to Swedish Minister for
Foreign Affairs stating that His
Majesty's Government cannot sub-
mit the question to arbitration during
the war. Decision of prize court can
always be renewed or reversed by
court of arbitration after the war....
Swedish Government hope an arrange-
ment will be made with regard to
arbitration after the war.
Acknowledges No. 11. Explains final
extent of arrangement which His
Majesty's Government are prepared
to offer in settlement of present dis-
Note verbale to Swedish Minister for
Foreign Affairs interpreting precise
meaning of No. 12....
No satisfaction received in regard to de-
tention of parcels from Great Britain
in transit to Russia. Demands imme-
BELGIUM. Memoire in regard to the deportation and forced labor of the Belgian
civil population ordered by the German Government.