The freedom of the seas, historically treated, by Sir Francis Piggott, kt.

; Great Britain. Foreign Office. Historical Section
London, New York, Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1919.

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Other Authors Great Britain. Foreign Office. Historical Section.
Subjects Freedom of the seas.
Maritime law.
Description [1], ii, [1] 90 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1919.
Notes At head of title: Published for the Historical Section of the Foreign Office.
Contents Introductory. -- The Treaty of Utrecht, 1713, and the maxim "free ships free goods". -- The Silesian loan, 1752-3. -- The seven years war, 1756-63. -- The war of American Independence, 1776-83. -- The first armed neutrality, 1780. -- The period between the first and second armed neutralities. -- The second armed neutrality, 1800. -- Napoleon and "La liberteĢ des mers." -- Abandonment of the armed neutrality principles.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3057720
(OCoLC)ocm03057720
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WorldCat Identities Piggott, Francis Taylor, 1852-1925.
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