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New. No dust jacket. Stephens's work was first published in London in 1805 and in New York in 1806, just after "our immortal Nelson" had won the Battle of Trafalgar and "materially thrown back the naval preparations of Buonaparte, and dashed his rising hopes of 'ships, colonies, and commerce'." The work was written to rouse public feeling and move Britain to attack Napoleon's disregard of maritime law. Includes exhaustive annotations and legal citations as well as a complete account of French actions in attempting to strangle British and other nation's commerce. Reprint of the 2nd, London: 1806 edition. 252 pages.
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