|Statement||by Henry Wheaton. The literal reproduction of the edition of 1866 by Richard Henry Dana, jr.; edited, with notes by George Grafton Wilson.|
|Series||The classics of international law, ed. by by J. B. Scott. |
|Contributions||Dana, Richard Henry, 1815-1882, ed., Wilson, George Grafton, 1863-1951, ed.|
|LC Classifications||JX64 .C5 no. 19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26a, xliv, 642 p.|
|Number of Pages||642|
|LC Control Number||37017399|
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