selection of cases and other readings on the law of nations

chiefly as it is interpreted and applied by British and American courts
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International law -- Cases., International relations -- Cases., Conflict of laws -- Cases., Maritime law -- C
Other titlesThe law of nations.
Statementby Edwin De Witt Dickinson.
LC ClassificationsJX68 .D5
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A selection of cases and other readings on the law of nations, chiefly as it is interpreted and applied by British and American courts, By Edwin De Witt DickinsonAuthor: Edwin De Witt Dickinson.

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