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HALLECK'S INTERNATIONAL LAW;
OR, RULES REGULATING THE INTERCOURSE of States IN PEACE AND WAR.
A New Edition, revised, with Cases.
BY SIR SHERSTON BAKER, BART.
"There is an air of reality and straightforward good sense in what he [General Halleck] writes, which we miss in the works of jurists who never smelt gunpowder, and never conducted important negotiations He writes with an eye to the requirements of an admiral on a foreign station, a general in the field, a diplomatist, and a consul."-Times.
"Sir Sherston Baker has evidently expended on these volumes as much labour as would have sufficed for an original production; and with an amount of labour for which many readers will give him little credit."-Daily News.
"General Halleck's work, as that of a practical soldier and statesman, ought always to be maintained in use, both by students and men of affairs, by the side of the writings of amateurs or theoretical international lawyers."-Academy.
C. KEGAN PAUL & CO., 1, PATERNOSTER SQUARE.
HER MAJESTY'S DOMINIONS AT
OF THE PRINCIPAL FOREIGN STATES
INCLUDING THE SECTIONS OF THE "PUBLIC HEALTH ACT," 1875
WHICH BEAR UPON MEASURES OF PREVENTION
SIR SHERSTON BAKER, BART.
OF LINCOLN'S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW
C. KEGAN PAUL & CO., I, PATERNOSTER SQUARE