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BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
1. A PRACTICAL TREATISE on the APPELLATE JURISDICTION
of the HOUSE OF LORDS and PRIVY COUNCIL ; together with the PRACTICE on PARLIAMENTARY DIVORCE.
2. The RIGHTS and LIABILITIES of HUSBAND and WIFE ; and
3. A PRACTICAL TREATISE on the LAW of MARRIAGE, DIVORCE,
and LEGITIMACY, as administered in the Divorce Court and in the House of Lords. Second Edition,
Preparing for Publication. A TREATISE on PUBLIC LAW; the CONFLICT OF LAWS; and
“Maritime Law in time of war has long been the subject of deplorable disputes.”— Declaration of the Great Powers at Paris, April 16, 1856.
“Her Majesty's Government wish to establish a doctrine for all time.” -Earl RUSSELL to the American Envoy Extraordinary, 28th Aug., 1861.
“The Declaration of Paris in 1856 forms a new era in International Law."---M. HAUTEFEUILLE.
“It is necessary that controverted questions of neutrality, contraband, blockade, and privateering, should be disposed of speedily and for ever.”
Examiner, 22nd Dec., 1861.