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International tribunals : a collection of the various schemes which have been propounded, and of instances in the nineteenth century / by W. Evans Darby
Bib ID 2615300
Format BookBook
Author
Darby, William Evans, 1844-1922
 
Edition 4th ed., considerably enlarged. 
Description London : Dent, 1904 
xii, 927 p. : 1 port., 22 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: International arbitration.

Includes index.

Contains articles in foreign languages with English translations.

Subjects International courts.  |  Jurisdiction (International law)  |  Arbitration (International law)  |  Treaties -- Collections.
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