A digest of international law : [electronic resource] : as embodied in diplomatic discussions, treaties, and other international agreements, international awards, the decisions of municipal courts, and the writings of jurists, and especially in documents, published and unpublished, issued by presidents and secretaries of state of the United States, the opinions of the attorneys-general, and the decisions of courts, federal and state / by John Basset Moore.
By: Moore, John Bassett.
Contributor(s): Wharton, Francis | United States. President | United States. Dept. of Justice | William S. Hein & Company | United States. Department of State.Material type: BookSeries: House document (United States. Congress. House): 56th Congress, 2nd session, no. 551.Publisher: Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1906Subject(s): International law -- Sources | International law -- United States | United States -- Foreign relationsOnline resources: Available to Rutgers users via HeinOnline | Available to Rutgers users via HeinOnline Also available in print.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Also available in print.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Intended as a revision and completion of : A Digest of the international law of the United States / by Francis Wharton. 2nd ed.
Volume 8 contains General index; List of cases cited; List of documents; Addenda and errata.
By the act of Congress of February 20, 1897, a provision was made for "revising, reindexing, and otherwise completing and perfecting by the aid of such documents as may be useful, the second edition of the Digest of the international law of the United States." The work thus referred to ... edited by Francis Wharton, LL. D., was published in three volumes in 1886. A second issued, embrassing about 160 pages of new matter, added to the third volume, was made in 1887. cf. Pref.