A Dissertation on the Freedom of Navigation and Maritime Commerce: And Such Rights of States, Relative Thereto, as are Founded on the Law of Nations: Adapted More Particularly to the United States; and Interspersed with Moral and Political Reflections, and Historical Facts
J. Conrad, 1802 - 339 páginas
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