Pioneering English Treatise on International Law Zouch(e), Richard [1590-1661]. Holland, Thomas Erskine [1835-1926], Editor. Iuris et Iudicii Fecialis, Sive, Iuris Inter Gentes, Et Quaestionum, de Eodem Explicatio. Edited by Thomas Erskine Holland. Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1911. xvi, [xvi], 204 pp. Portrait frontispiece with tissue overlay. [With] Zouch(e), Richard. Brierly, J.L., Translator. An Exposition of Fecial Law and Procedure, Or of Law Between Nations and Questions Concerning the Same. Washington: Carnegie Institution, 1911. xvii, 186 pp. Original cloth, some shelfwear and soiling with minor wear to spine ends and corners, frontispiece of Iuris et Iudicii and preliminaries before title page of Exposition detached, interiors clean. Ex-library. Shelf label to spines, security tags to front boards, library stamps and markings to boards, edges, endleaves and title pages. $100. * From the Classics of International Law series edited by James Brown Scott. Drawing on the work of Gentili and Grotius, it was the first work to treat the law of nations as an ordered system, one in which the law of warfare played a subordinate role. It also helped to popularize the work of Grotius and Gentili and to make international law a part of English law.
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