H. Grotius of the Rights of War and Peace: In Three Volumes : in which are Explain'd the Laws and Claims of Nature and Nations, and the Principal Points that Relate Either to Publick Government, Or the Conduct of Private Life : Together with the Author's Own Notes : Done Into English by Several Hands : with the Addition of the Author's Life by the Translators : Dedicated to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Volume 3
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