McIntosh was dispirited as the legation
by then was 'beginning to pay a useful dividend' --high praise coming from him.
The US Customs Bureau suspected the Iranian diplomat had brought in such huge quantities for profit rather than for use in the legation
104-106, Rapport de la Legation
de Roumanie a Berlin, le 11/23 mai 1882.
In Kabul in the 1920s, following Britain's third military assault on Afghanistan, a classical legation
house was built, designed by Basil Sullivan, which Lord Curzon, Foreign Secretary, was determined to make the best such house in Asia.
A natural departure point of a discussion of the reception of customary international law is the Supreme Court's decision in Re Foreign Legations
(22) In this case, the Court considered the power of Ontario municipal corporations to levy taxes for municipal purposes against buildings housing legations
owned by several foreign states in the national capital region.
Rivera Recio postulated that the first legation
of the Cardinal took place <<with the double mission of shoring up the peace [between the kingdoms] and dissolving the marriage of the king of Leon>> (9).
To bring order to their efforts to survive, the legations
set up committees.
embassy, Berlin, with additional duty at the American legations
in Madrid, Rome, Stockholm, and Vichy, France.
Mansour rejected Syrian ambassadorial legation
in Lebanon in order not to antagonize Assad's regime.
Worryingly, the increase in new cases of land invasions and other forms of theft of property" show "the deteriorating condition of the rule of law in Nicaragua", reads a statement from the American legation
In the Legation
Quarter are 473 civilians, 409 soldiers, and 3,000
Last night NatWest denied the allationship legation
, claiming it has asked the couple to provide up to date financial information and accounts before making a final decision about the overdraft.