Prize essays on a Congress of nations: for the adjustment of international disputes, and for the promotion of universal peace without resort to arms. Together with a sixth essay, comprising the substance of the rejected essays
William Ladd, George Cone Beckwith, John Augustus Bolles, Hamilton, Thomas Cogswell Upham, Friend of peace, American Peace Society
Published by Whipple & Damrell, for the American Peace Society, 1840 - Arbitration (International law) - 706 pages
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