A Manual of Maritime Law

A Manual of Maritime Law Reprint of the first and only English translation of Roccus treatise on maritime law which was first published in This manual is very highly esteemed by commercial lawyers in all countries for

  • Title: A Manual of Maritime Law
  • Author: Rocco Joseph Reed Ingersoll
  • ISBN: 9781616190460
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Reprint of the first and only English translation of Roccus treatise on maritime law, which was first published in 1655 This manual is very highly esteemed by commercial lawyers in all countries, for its compressed, methodical, and accurate learning, and is a book of high authority Marvin, Legal Bibliography 1847 616 Roccus works are of practical use to an EReprint of the first and only English translation of Roccus treatise on maritime law, which was first published in 1655 This manual is very highly esteemed by commercial lawyers in all countries, for its compressed, methodical, and accurate learning, and is a book of high authority Marvin, Legal Bibliography 1847 616 Roccus works are of practical use to an English lawyer, than all the other maritime works with one exception Lord Mansfield is under no inconsiderable obligation to them Joseph Story, Literature of Maritime Law, in The Miscellaneous Writings of Joseph Story, 108 109 W Story, editor Translated and edited by Joseph Reed Ingersoll 1786 1868 , a member of the U.S House of Representatives from Pennsylvania s 2nd congressional district from 1835 1849 and served as Chairman, United States House Committee on the Judiciary Thirtieth Congress 1847 1849 He later became U.S Minister to Britain Francesco Rocco Roccus fl 1655 was an eminent jurist of the city of Naples, and one of the judges of the Magna Curia, or supreme court of that kingdom He flourished about the middle of the seventeenth century, and his two treatises, on ships and freight, and on insurance, were first published at Naples in the year 1655 Since that period, several editions have been printed in various parts of the continent of Europe among these, one of the most esteemed is the edition published at Amsterdam in the year 1708, by the learned Westerween, from which the following translation has been made Preface, Joseph Reed Ingersoll.

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