International law is the term commonly used for referring to laws that govern the conduct of independent nations in their relationships with one another. It differs from other legal systems in that it primarily concerns provinces rather than private citizens. In other words it is that body of law which is composed for its greater part of the principles and rules of conduct which States feel themselves bound to observe, and the rules of law relating to the function of international institutions or organizations, their relations with each other and their relations with States and individuals.
Subject: International law
Engraved title pages ; Text in Latin, French and Dutch. Each section is separately paged
From the Transactions of the Entomological Society of London, pt. 3 (Dec.) 1912 ; Includes bibliographical references ; ; ENT copy no. 39088007756778 has 3 short articles by Frederick Muir and an article (3 p.) by J.W. Wilson on related topics bound in at the end
I. History and design, by R.R. Root.--II. Planning the home grounds, by L.W. Ramsey.--III. Planting the home grounds, by N.P. Hollister.--IV. Plants for the home grounds, by N.P. Hollister.--V. Planting and maintenance, by C.H. Lawrence.--VI. Construction, architectural features, by L.W. Ramsey.--VII. Garden design, by R.R. Root.--VIII. Beauty in the vegetable garden, by L.W. Ramsey.--IX. Country estates, by R.R. Root.--The home and the city, by L.W. Ramsey
Landscape gardening ; Gardens
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December 12, 1975.
Vols. for 1970-73 include: American Society of International Law. Meeting. Proceedings, no. 64-67, issued as a separate publication 1907-69 and 1974-