A Treatise on the Law of War

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Farrand & Nicholas, 1810 - 218
"A brief alphabetical notice of several writers and works on the civil law and the law of nations: not generally known, and which are quoted or referred to in this book": pages [xxiii]-xxx.

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Strona 56 - ... be employed against him; that a most unlimited right is acquired to his person and property ; admits that war does not transfer to the sovereign a debt due to his enemy ; and,- therefore, if payment of such debt be not exacted, peace revives the former right of the creditor; "because," he says, "the occupation which is had by war consists more in fact than in law.

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