Wolffs's Deeply Influential Treatise on Inetrnational Law Wolff, Christian [1679-1754]. Nippold, Otfried [1864-1938], Introduction. Jus Gentium Methodo Scientifica Pertractatum. The Photographic Reproduction of the Edition of 1764. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1934. Portrait frontispiece with tissue overlay. lvi, 411,  pp. [With] Wolff, Christian. Drake, Joseph H., Translator. Jus Gentium Methodo Scientifica Pertractatum. The Translation. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press/ London: Humphrey Milford, 1934. Portrait frontispiece with tissue overlay. lii, 565,  pp. Original cloth, some shelfwear and soiling, corners lightly bumped, interiors clean. Ex-library. Shelf label to spines, security tags to front boards, library stamps and markings to boards, edges, endleaves and title pages. $250. * A title in the Classics of International Law series edited by James Brown Scott. "Christian Wolff was perhaps the most influential writer on international law of the eighteenth century.": Wright, American Journal of International Law 29/3 (July 1935) 552-554.
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