Fair. First Edition. First edition. Acceptable. Front hing is broken; binding is starting to pull apart; foxing to endpapers and coverpages; previous owner's markings on first few pages but NO markings in text; spine is softened; moderate wear to the outside covers of the book. Pasadena's finest independent new and used bookstore.
John Murray, London, 1888. FIRST UK EDITION. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good, in golden brown binding with gilt titles on spine. Tight binding. Cover marked through handling. Possibly a library binding as the end pages have been replaced but does not look like a recent rebinding. Ex reference library with associated inserts and stamps, etc. 234pp including index. Covering such topics as: International Law-its Origins and Sources; State Sovereignty; Naval or Maritime Belligerence; Modern Laws of War; Rules as to Prisoners and Quarter; Rights to Capture by Land; Proposals to Abate War; etc. This is one of a series of lectures by delivered before the University of Cambridge in 1877.
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