Lectures on international law in time of peace / by John Norton Pomeroy ; edited by Theodore Salisbury Woolsey Pomeroy, John Norton 1828-1885

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Pomeroy, John Norton 1828-1885
International law.; International law and relations.; FAClaw - Law
"The lectures of the late Professor Pomeroy which are contained in this volume were written during the years 1866 and 1867, while the events of the Civil War in America, of the French intervention in Mexico, and of the war between Prussia and Austria with her allies, were fresh in every one's mind, and fruitful of illustrations for his theme...Professor Pomeroy's opinions on the burning questions of the time, - the recognition of Southern belligerency, State repudiation of debt, the naturliazation difficulty, - and on what are, so to speak, test questions in International Law, such as those relating to its nature, foundation, and defects, to presecription, and so on, were so much in advance of the time when they were written that even now, public sentiment and public law are scarecly abreast of them." -- from the Preface.
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