A general treatise of the dominion of the sea

and a compleat body of the sea-laws: containing what is most valuable on that subject in ancient and modern authors; and particularly the ancient laws of the Rhodians and Romans; those of Oleron, Wisbuy, and other countries; with curious notes and observations. As also that excellent body of sea laws lately publish"d in France: with a collection of marine treaties concluded during the last century. Together with several discourses about the jurisdiction and manner of proceeding in the Admiralty of England, both in criminal and civil matters, and adjudg"d cases in several courts concerning trade and navigation ... To which is subjoin"d, an appendix concerning the present state and regulations of the Admiralty and Navy. by Alexander Justice

Publisher: Printed for the executors of J. Nicholson in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 684 Downloads: 281
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Subjects:

  • Maritime law,
  • War, Maritime (international law),
  • England -- Navy -- History
The Physical Object
Pagination13 p. l., 684, 107 p. 1 illus., fold. pl.
Number of Pages684
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15354560M

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