Proceedings Magazine - 1885 Vol. 11/3/34

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The compiler of this volume of Notes on Marine International Law lays no claim whatever to originality. It is simply, as shown by the title-page, a compilation from the writings and...

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  • Preface

    The compiler of this volume of Notes on Marine International Law lays no claim whatever to originality. It is simply, as shown by the title-page, a compilation from the writings and opinions of certain acknowledged authorities on the...

  • Works from Which Extracts are Taken

     

    Kent, James. Commentaries on American Law. 10th ed. New York, i860. Wheaton, Henry. Elements of International Law. 2d ed. Lawrence’s Notes. Boston, 1863.

    ——The same. 8th ed. Dana’s Notes. Boston, 1866...

  • Marine International Law
    By Commander Henry Glass, U. S. Navy

    PART I.

    INTERNATIONAL LAW.

    Its Objects, Sources and Sanctions.

    International Law is the system of rules governing the intercourse of nations...

  • Appendix I: Papers Carried by American Vessels
  • Appendix II: Papers Carried by Vessels in Evidence of Their Nationality, and Other Papers Which Ought to be Found on Board
  • Bibliographic Notes

    AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. TRANSACTIONS.

    December, 1884. Experiments on journal friction at low velocities, by A. M. Wellington.


 
 

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