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Bijnkershoek, Cornelis van, 1673-1743.
Treatise on the law of war.
Philadelphia : Published by Farrand & Nicholas ; Boston : Farrand, Mallory & Co. ; Baltimore : P.H. Nicklin & Co. ; Albany : D. Farrand & Green ; Portland : Lyman, Mallory & Co. ; Middlebury, (Vt.) : Swift & Chipman, 1810 ([Philadelphia] : Fry and Kammerer, Printers)
|Named Person:||Cornelis van Bijnkershoek; Cornelis van Bijnkershoek|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Cornelis van Bijnkershoek; Peter Stephen Du Ponceau; Farrand & Nicholas,; Farrand, Mallory and Co.,; Philip H. Nicklin & Co.,; D.W. Farrand & Green (Firm),; Lyman, Mallory, and Co.,; Swift & Chipman,; Fry and Kammerer,
|Notes:||Signatures: pi² a-d⁴ A-2D⁴ 2E² (last leaf blank).
Signatures preceded by a dagger, e.g. [dagger]a, [dagger]A, [dagger]2E.
Errata: p. .
Issued also as The American law journal, v. 3, no. 11-12, Oct. 1810.
"An account of the life and writings of the author": p. [xiii]-xxi.
Half title: Treatise on the law of war.
|Description:||, xxxiv, 218,  p. ; 23 cm (8vo)|
|Contents:||Of war in general --
Of a declaration of war --
Of war, considered as between enemies --
Of the capture of movable property, and particularly of ships --
Of the recapture of movable property --
Of the possession of immovables taken in war --
Of the confiscation of the enemy's actions and credits --
Of hostilities in a neutral port or territory --
Of neutrality --
Of contraband --
Of trade with blockaded and besieged places --
Of the mixture of lawful with contraband goods --
Of neutral goods found on board of the ships of enemies --
Of enemy's goods found on board of neutral ships --
Of the right of Postliminy on neutral territory --
Of the right of Postliminy, as applied to cities and states --
Of pirates --
Of privateers --
Of the responsibility of owners of privateers --
Of captures made by vessels not commissioned --
Of insuring enemy's property --
Of enlisting men in foreign countries, and incidentally, of expatriation --
Of the right of the several provinces of the United Netherlands, to declare and make war --
Of reprisals --
Miscellaneous maxims and observations.
|Other Titles:||De rebus bellicis.|
|Responsibility:||translated from the original Latin of Cornelius van Bynkershoek, being the first book of his Quaestiones juris publici, with notes, by Peter Stephen Du Ponceau.|