9 edition of Henry Wheaton, 1785-1848. found in the catalog.
Henry Wheaton, 1785-1848.
Elizabeth Feaster Baker
|Series||Da Capo Press reprints in American constitutional and legal history|
|LC Classifications||KF368.W48 B3 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 425 p.|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||70154698|
In his book Elements of International Law, first published in , Henry Wheaton pointed out that “the general consent of mankind has established the principle, that long and uninterrupted possession [of land] by one nation excludes the claim of every other.”During the so-called Age of Discovery, the category “mankind” was restricted to Christian Europeans, at least from a . H.A. Smith, Law Quarterly Review HENRY WHEATON  was a justice of the Marine Court of New York City, a member of the New York State constitutional convention of , a one-term representative to the New York State Assembly and a high-level .
About this Book. Wheaton, Henry, View full catalog record. Rights. Public Domain, Google-digitized. Get this Book. Find in a library; Download this page (PDF) Download left page (PDF) Download right page (PDF) Download whole book (PDF) Partner login required. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Elements of international law / By Henry Wheaton. Wheaton, Henry, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized.
Henry Wheaton (), diplomat and authority on international law, was born in Providence on Novem His parents, Seth and Abigail Wheaton were first cousins. He prepared for college at the University Grammar School and entered Rhode Island College at the age of thirteen. Henry Wheaton () was a diplomat and authority on international law. He was born in Providence on Novem This is a collection of letters and manuscripts for the period to It is chiefly correspondence of Henry Wheaton and his family in Europe and America concerning personal, diplomatic, legal, and political.
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This chapter examines Henry Wheaton’s life and career. Henry Wheaton emerged as an authoritative figure in international law with the publication of Elements of International Law in Within a couple of decades after the first edition, 1785-1848.
book book began to eclipse major competing works 1785-1848. book was adopted as the foremost modern text of international law in the diplomatic establishments of the Author: Lydia H.
Liu. Wheaton, Henry, Letters of Henry Wheaton, (Cambridge: J. Wilson and Son, ), also by George Dexter (page images at HathiTrust) Wheaton, Henry, An oration delivered before the different Republican societies at the theatre, Anthony-St., New York, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, Genre/Form: Biography Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baker, Elizabeth Feaster, Henry Wheaton, New York, Da Capo Press, Get this from a library.
Henry Wheaton, [Elizabeth Feaster Baker] -- Biography of the distinguished American authority on international law, representative to various foreign powers, and lifelong promoter of good will among nations.
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eISBN: Henry Wheaton emerged as an authoritative figure in international law with the publication of Elements of International Law in Within a couple of decades after the first edition, this book began to eclipse major competing works and was adopted as the foremost modern text of international law in the diplomatic establishments of the United States, Britain, France, and other European countries.
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Elements of International Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. [A]N EXCELLENT WORK INDISPUTABLY THE BEST OF ITS KIND IN Reviews: 1. HENRY WHEATON  was a justice of the Marine Court of New York City, a member of the New York State constitutional convention ofa one-term representative to the New York State Assembly and a high-level diplomat who served in Denmark and Prussia.
An important legal writer, he was the reporter of the U.S. Supreme Court from Henry Wheaton, Elizabeth Feaster Baker.
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About the Author. Henry Wheaton  was a justice of the Marine Court of New York City, a member of the New York State constitutional convention ofa one-term representative to the New York State Assembly and a high-level diplomat who served in Denmark and Prussia.
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Henry Wheaton (). Discovery and Settlement of Vinland by the Northmen. Stedman and Hutchinson, eds. A Library of American Literature: An Anthology in 11 Volumes.
Henry Wheaton (Novem – Ma ) was a United States lawyer, jurist and diplomat.  He was the third reporter of decisions for the United States Supreme Court, first U.S. minister to Denmark and U.S. minister to Prussia. Wheaton, Henry, [Resolution of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island]: autograph manuscript, fair copy: [New Providence], ca.
Pierpont Morgan Library. creatorOf: Wheaton, Henry. Collection of autograph letters signed (): to Henry Wheaton and his family. Pierpont Morgan Library. creatorOf. Wheaton's Reports: The Golden Book of American Law Supreme Court, United States. Wheaton, HenryReporter.
Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States. Volume 1: Philadelphia: Published by Mathew Carey, ; Volumes, New York: Published by Robert Donaldson, Volumes 8, New York: Banks & Brothers.
Description: Autograph manuscript, ., Wheaton, Henry, , MA Henry Wheaton (–) State of Residence: New York. Chargé d’Affaires (Denmark) Appointed: March 3, Presentation of Credentials: Septem Termination of Mission: Presented recall on or shortly before ; Chargé d’Affaires (Germany).WHEATON, Henry ().
An American lawyer, diplomat, and publicist, born in Providence, R. I. He graduated at Brown University inwas admitted to the bar inand studied for several years in Paris and London.