Addresses, historical - political - sociological / by Frederic R. Coudert.

New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1905.

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Subjects History.
International law.
Political science.
Description xviii, 452 pages : portrait ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1905.
Contents International arbitration -- The Anglo-American arbitration treaty -- The rights of ships -- International law -- Christopher Columbus -- Louis Kossuth -- Andrew Jackson -- Charles O'Conor -- Montesquieu -- Chief-Justice Waite -- France: address in reply to the toast, "The president of the French republic", at dinner to Whitelaw Reid, April 18, 1892 -- France: April 16, 1892 -- France: address to the French delegates on presentation of statue of "Liberty enlightening the world," June, 1885 -- Reply to Dumas's advocacy of divorce, March 15, 1880 -- Morals and manners -- Lying as a fine art -- Attorney and client -- The Bar of New York from 1792 to 1892 -- The lawyer's responsibilities: law reform, codification -- Young men in politics -- Columbia College.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2868170
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WorldCat Identities Coudert, Frederic R. 1832-1903.
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