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HALLECK'S INTERNATIONAL LAW; or, Rules
Regulating the Intercourse of States in Peace and War.
price 385. “He writes with an eye to the requirements of an admiral on a foreign station, a general in the field, a diplomatist, and a consul."-Times.
THE LAWS RELATING TO QUARANTINE.
By Sir SHERSTON BAKER, Bart. Crown 8vo. Cloth, price 12s. 6d. "A compilation which will be useful to many, and to none more than the Custom House and Privy Council officials, who have to solve, or attempt to solve, the problems to which it relates."-Athenæum.
THE PORT OF REFUGE; or, Counsel and Aid to
Shipmasters in Difficulty, Doubt, or Distress. By MANLEY
Cloth, price 6s. "Master mariners will find it worth while to avail themselves of its teachings."— United Service Magasine.
"Indispensable in the captain's book-case and equally suitable to the gentleman's library."- Iron.
LONDON : C. KEGAN PAUL & Co., I, PATERNOSTER SQUARE.
A CONSUL'S MANUAL
SHIPOWNER'S AND SHIPMASTER'S
IN THEIR TRANSACTIONS ABROAD.
WITH DEFINITIONS OF NAUTICAL, MERCANTILE, AND LEGAL TERMS ;
A GLOSSARY OF MERCANTILE TERMS
TABLES OF THE
AND THEIR EQUIVALENTS IN BRITISH STANDARDS ;
AND FORMS OF CONSULAR AND NOTARIAL ACTS.
SIR EDWARD HERTSLET, C.B.,
LIBRARIAN, AND KEEPER OF THE PAPERS, FOREIGN OFFICE,
WHOSE LITERARY LABOURS IN CONNECTION WITH THE
PRIVILEGES AND INTERESTS OF BRITISH SUBJECTS ABROAD,
AND OF FOREIGNERS IN THE BRITISH DOMINIONS,
HAVE BEEN SO WIDELY RECOGNIZED,
WITH SINCERE ESTEEM,