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Georg Friedrich Martens

Summary of the law of nations, founded on the treaties and customs of the modern nations of Europe; with a list of the principal treaties, concluded since the year 1748 down to the present time, indicating the works in which they are to be found. By Mr. Martens, professor of law in the University of Gottingen. Translated from the French by William Cobbett.

Philadelphia: Published by Thomas Bradford, printer, bookseller & stationer, no. 8, South Front Street., 1795.
Summary of the law of nations, founded on the treaties and customs of the modern nations of Europe; with a list of the principal treaties, concluded since the year 1748 down to the present time, indicating the works in which they are to be found. By Mr. Martens, professor of law in the University of Gottingen. Translated from the French by William Cobbett. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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