Commentaries Upon International Law, Том 2

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Excerpt from Commentaries Upon International Law, Vol. 2

Since the publication, last year, of the Second Edition of the First Volume of these Commentaries two new Treaties have become part of positive International Law.

To both of them England has been a contracting party; and both are of grave importance to the commonwealth of States, as to their immediate consequences and as to the principles which they contain. The consideration of them belongs more properly to the former volume; but in the circumstances it appears to me expedient to draw attention to the general character of them here, and to place the Treaties themselves at length in the Appendix to this volume.

The first Treaty relates to the navigation of the Black Sea, altering with respect to this subject the conditions of the Treaty of 1856.

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