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Ebeling, Richard M. (editor)
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Book Description: First edition. 8vo., 169 pp., pictorial wrappers. The Ludwig von Mises Lecture series, Vol. 25. A as new unread copy. Seller Inventory # fl-20279

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DeLoach, Carolyn
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Book Description: 6" x 9", 381 pp. (including bibliography), order form; illustrated with repros. of black & white historical photos. Glossy, pictorial paper covers with design by the author. Cover edges, corners show some wear. "Autographed Copy" sticker on front cover. Author Carolyn DeLoach has signed on the half titlepage; a black ink marker + sign is present in the lower right corner of this same page (remainder mark?). Very good (text is clean & unmarked). Seller Inventory # B-107

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Detlev Auvermann (booksellers).
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. (Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: 6 3/4 x 9 1/2", 124pp.+ads; 577 items; many photo repros. of titlepages of rare books some in black & red. German subtitle to this second part: I. Staatsphilosophie, Staats- und Volkerrecht des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts Nr. 1-577. Pictorial paper-covered boards reproducing an old print, title printed on spine, minor dusting to covers, else fine. Books in many languages including many classics in English; notes are in German. Seller Inventory # ABE-65213382

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Connolly, Edward F.; Harding, Christopher
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. (Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Second printing. Lg 8vo., 294 pp., illustrated with photos. A fine copy in a very good+ dust jacket(slight wear to the extremities). Seller Inventory # fl-20235

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Von Schuschnigg, Kurt (1897-1877).
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. (Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: 6 1/8 in. x 9 1/4 in., xv, 512 pp. Tan cloth with titling gilt on black-printed spine labels, with globe & scales device. Lacking the dustjacket. Gilt on spine shows age-related fading, tan spots, a pencil mark to outer back cover, light edge wear; slight tanning to endpapers. Very good/. No ink markings or names present. Very scarce book, most copies found their way into institutional libraries. Scan shows the spine & front cover of the book. Contents: Preface; I: Fundamentals of International Law: 1 Nature, Function & Basic Elements of International Law; 2 Historic Development & Schools of International Law; 3 The Sources of International Law; 4 Relation Between National & International Law; 5 The Subjects of International Law. Part II: States & International Law: 6 Fundamental Rights & Duties of States; 7 Jurisdiction of States; 8 Beginning, Continuity, & Termination of States; 9 Responsibilty of Nations, International Delinquency, Crimes Against International Law. Part III: The Individual in International Law: 10 The Rules of Nationality; Status of Wives & Minor Children; 11 Expatriation, Deportation, Denationalization & Allied Problems; 12 Extradition & Right of Asylum; Private International Law; Part IV: Creation, Application, & Enforcement of International Law: 13 The National Agents of International Intercourse; 14 The International Treaty: Its Formation & Termination; 15 Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes & Forceful Settlement Short of War; 16 The International Court & the Rules of International Arbitration. Part V: International Organization: 17 The League of Nations & the U. N.; 18 The U. N. Security System & Regional Arrangements; 19 The Law of Neutrality; 20 The International Labor Organization; 21 Summary. With selected bibliography, appendixes of Treaties, analytical index & index of cases. "The resurgence of sweeping optimism in the interpretation of international relations after the World Wars has been replaced by a skeptical, sometimes almost cynical state of mind. This state of mind has shown itself prone to discount the efficacy of law in interstate relations, and to rely instead on maintaining a continued advantage in the competitive race for armaments as a deterrent against potential aggresion. The foremost problem in the minds of men who are aware of the existence of some kind of international community, however, remains: how can international peace be protected? (From the author's Preface, p. vii). Seller Inventory # ABE-518221623

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Gellius, Aulus.
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. (Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Three volumes, octavo; size of bindings: 5 in. x 8 in., Volume 1: titlepage, dedication page, lxiii (some pages are bound out of sequence, with the Translator s Preface before the Author s Preface), [1]-339; Volume 2: titlepage; [1]-372; Volume 3: titlepage; [1]-438 + [18] pp. of index & addenda (some pages are bound out of sequence near the end of volume 3); a few early notations in ink, one in early red pencil on a few margins. Quarter bound with brown calf spine, sides and corner-pieces, five raised bands on spines with black leather title labels (the one on volume three, is partly chipped away), with gilt titles, gold & blind-stamped lines across spines; patterned, purple cloth over boards; headbands present, red sprinkled edges, marbled paper endpapers. Engraved heraldic bookplates on front marbled paste-downs & facing endpapers. 1. "This book belonged to the library of the Revd. Thomas Jackson. Which library was purchased by James Heald, Esq. of Parr's Wood, near Stockport, and by him generously presented to The Wesleyan Theological Institution. In the year 1859." 2. On the facing endpaper: Richmond College, Suurey. Under the first bookplate, a later numbered label has been added in each volume. Spines show wear with chipping to ends, remains of paper location labels, gold inked numbers, abrasions to leather surfaces on spines and hinges, cover edges/corners, cloth shows some light fading, stains. Light tanning to flyleaves, prelims., some damp to margins. Scarce item. The scan shows the spines and part of the front cover of volume three. Weight: 4 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. Seller Inventory # ABE-536676611

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Smith, Sydney (1771-1845).
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Book Description: Four volumes, tall octavo; size of bindings: 5 1/2 in. x 8 3/4 in. x 1 1/2 in. (thick), Volume 1: engraved portrait frontispiece (T. A. Dean, engraver/1845); viii, [1]-474 pp. Volume 2: iv, [1]-495 pp. Volume 3: iv, [1]-479 pp. Volume 4: (Moral Philosophy) xi, [1]-424 pp. Uniformly bound in full, polished tan calf, with five raised bands on the spines, and brown & red leather title labels with gilt titles and numbers, with spine compartments richly gilt with floral tooling, double-line gilt borders with floral tool in corners, around covers, gilt borders on cover edges and dentelles on leather turn-ins; headbands, all edges marbled, with similar marbled paper endpapers. Engraved heraldic bookplates on each marbled paste-down: M. R. Westropp (motto: Post Funera Virtus), M. R. Westropp has also added his signature in blue ink at the top of the titlepages, and a few, neat marginal notes. Under these bookplates, there are pasted a more recent, printed book label in each volume. Title labels show light rubbing, some rubbing, or small abrasions to leather surfaces on the cover edges/margins. Overall, a very well-preserved set in a handsome, 19th century binding. The scan shows the spines and part of the front cover on volume four. Weight: 7 lbs. Postage is extra on this item. Seller Inventory # ABE-536692069

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Cicero.
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Book Description: Eight volumes, octavo; size of bindings: 5 1/4 in. x 8 1/2 in. Volume 1 (Rhetoricum): general titlepage & titlepage for Vol. 1; [12]pp. + half-title; [i]-xlvii; [1]-632 pp.; Volume 2 (Orationes): titlepage: [i]-xiii; + half-title; [1]-731 pp.; Volume 3 (Orationes): titlepage; pp. [733]-1461; Volume 4 (Epistolae ad Diversos): titlepage; [1]-6; [7]-434 pp. Volume 5 (Epistolae ad Atticum, Q. Fratrem, et Brutem): titlepage; pp. [433]; [437]-980 pp.; Volume 6 (Opera Philosoph.: titlepage; [1]-619 pp.; Volume 7 (Opera Philosoph./Fragmenta Scriptorum Deperitorum): titlepage; [621]-1009 pp.; Volume 8 (Ernesti: Clavis Ciceroniana sive Indices): half-title; titlepage; [1]-523 pp. Uniformly quarter-bound with red, straight-grain morocco leather spines, sides and small corner-pieces, with titling, volume numbers, gilt on spines, with gilt bands across spines, blindstamped decorations on spines, with orange, glazed paper over boards; headbands, rose silk bookmarkers bound in, lightly sprinked edges. With printed labels of the Norfolk & Norwich Library at the top of each front cover, and their printed bookplate on the front paste-down of each volume (stating: "Presented by the Rev. Francis Procter, M.A. September, 1898."), and a more recent, printed book label, also present in each volume. The cover corners show some wear, rubbing to spine ends, edges. A few volumes have early pencil (and a few ink) notations in margins or on flyleaves, end of volumes, some scattered tan spotting to some pages. Overall, a well-preserved set, in an early 19th century binding. The scan shows the spines of some volumes, with part of the front cover and printed label of one volume. Weight: 13 lbs. Postage is extra on this item. "The Oxford reprint [of the Ernesti edition] of 1810 is correctly and elegantly executed, and, as I learn, has been attended with a prosperous sale." (Dibdin, Classics, 1827; Vol. 1, pp. 403-404). (Latin text). Seller Inventory # ABE-544965009

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