North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration At the Hague. 1910 (10 Volume Set) ; Plus Report of Public Hearings (1912) , the British Case (1909) + Appendix; the Case of the U. S. ; the Argument of the U. S. ; the Counter Case of the U. S. + Appendix, Etc

Price: $750.00

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Book Condition: Very Good


Loosely bound in leather folders, these are mimeographed (? ) typescripts of the actual testimony at The Hague, which led to the present state of our fisheries. These belonged to one of the United States counsels at the court. Each volume contains about 800 pages of testimony. Dry stuff, but at the same time very interesting reading. The various testimonies refer constantly to previous treaties, etc. Dating from the 1700's to the 1800's. This set will require extra postage. It fills several boxes, to give you an idea of the size. Most volumes are stamped with the counsel's name (George Turner). Also includes a volume labeled "Questions one, two, three, and four", which is itself labeled inside "annotated workbook of George Turner". Usual xlib marks. ; Ex-Library; 4to 11" - 13" tall

Title: North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration At the Hague. 1910 (10 Volume Set) ; Plus Report of Public Hearings (1912) , the British Case (1909) + Appendix; the Case of the U. S. ; the Argument of the U. S. ; the Counter Case of the U. S. + Appendix, Etc

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Categories: Government,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: The Hague, 1910

Binding: Flexible leather

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 15180

Keywords: Fishing Rights