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may be pertinent to add that the third and fourth chapters were also printed at the same time, though, by the failure of eyesight, the writer was prevented from proceeding with the publication as then intended, and the plan of the remaining portion was afterwards enlarged, in view of considering more fully the questions involved in the case of Dred Scott v. Sandford, decided December term, 1856, in the Supreme Court of the United States.
[OBSERVATION.—The several chapters of this work, though numbered continu-
Object of the laro.
Origin of law.
Effect of law.
Extent of law.
Duty of judicial tribunals applying international law.
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