Grotius, Hugo [1583-1645]. Wright, Herbert F., Editor and Translator. Some Less Known Works of Hugo Grotius: Consisting of a Translation of His Works on Fisheries in His Controversy with William Welwod, A Translation of Extracts From His Letters Concerning International, Natural Law and Fisheries, An Account of His Controversy with Johan de Laet on the Origin of the Aborigines and a Translation of Peerlkamp's Appreciation of His Ability as a Poet. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1928. 131-238 pp. Hardcover. Original cloth, light shelfwear, some fading to spine, internally clean. A nice copy of an uncommon title. $20. * With index. This is the second title in Volume VII of the Bibliotheca Visseriana. Edited by the law faculty of the University of Leiden and published from 1923-1963, this important annual published monograph-length essays on jurisprudence, current issues and legal history by several distinguished contributors. OCLC locates 13 copies of this volume.
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