[Shaw, Thomas Baron]. The Lord Craigmyle [1850-1937]. John Marshall in Diplomacy and in Law. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933. viii, 145 pp. Reprinted Legal Classics Library, . Decorative gilt stamped calf, raised bands, ribbon marker, decorative endpapers, all edges gilt. Fine. $25. * The life and work of Marshall [1755-1835], Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, has been ably described elsewhere, but his expertise in international affairs has not been emphasized until the appearance of the present work, which focuses on his knowledge of international law and experience in foreign affairs. "A discriminating and vivid appreciation of Marshall's contribution to diplomacy and government." J.G. Randall, Am. Hist. Rev., Oct. 1933. Marke, Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University (1953) 1112. One of Britain's internationally noted jurists and advisor to Andrew Carnegie, the author, Thomas Shaw, became Lord Craigmyle but was better known in Britain as Lord Shaw of Dunfermline.
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