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CHIEF POINTS IN THE LAWS

OF

WAR AND NEUTRALITY,

ETC., ETC.

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

COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE.

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THE CHANGES, OF 1856, AND THOSE NOW PROPOSED.

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“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.

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