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Commentaries on the law of nations

William Oke Manning

Commentaries on the law of nations

by William Oke Manning

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Published by Sweet in London .
Written in English


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Statementby William Oke Manning.
ContributionsAmes, Sheldon.
The Physical Object
Pagination520p.
Number of Pages520
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13945657M

COMMENTARIES ON LAW, BOOK I, PART I, SECTION II HIS conduct: not indeed in every particular, but in all those points wherein his dependence consists. This principle therefore has more or less extent and effect, in proportion as the superiority of the one and the dependence of the other is greater or less, absolute or limited. The Law of Nations, or, principles of the law of nature, applied to the conduct and affairs of nations and sovereigns. Translated from the French by Joseph Chitty, Esq. Based on the edition, republished by T. & J. W. Johnson, law booksellers, Philadelphia (), together with additional notes and references by Edward D. Ingraham, Esq.

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