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The law of nations, or, Principles of the law of nature : applied to the conduct and affairs of nations and sovereigns / by M. de Vattel a work tending to display the true interest of powers [Three lines of quotation] translated from the French.
NoteThe copy of this book borrowed by George Washington may not have been returned. It does not appear in the 1793 catalog, but reappears in the Library's 1813 catalog in the edition described here.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|George Washington||10/5/1789||Law of Nations|
|Richard Loines||10/11/1799||10/22/1799||Law of Nations|
|Peter Griffen||11/8/1799||11/9/1799||Law Nations|
|Dominick Lynch||6/21/1800||6/30/1800||Law of Nations|
|Richard Loines||9/5/1800||9/18/1800||Vatels Law Nat|
|Peter Wilson||6/5/1802||6/26/1802||Law Nations|
|James Inglis Jr.||6/20/1802||11/14/1802||"|
|James Inglis Jr.||9/21/1802||10/9/1802||Law of Nations|
|John Atkinson||5/23/1803||6/4/1803||Law of Nations|
|William Green||8/4/1803||11/12/1803||Law Nation's|
|Walter Bowne||8/9/1804||8/18/1804||Vatels Law Nat|
|Matthias Nach||9/15/1804||9/27/1804||Vatels Law Nat|
|William Wheeler||1/14/1805||2/22/1805||1/6||Law of Nations||I.B.|