Maritime History : Beyond trawlertown : memory, life and legacy in the wake of the Cod Wars / Jo Byrne.; Byrne, Jo,
Maritime Labour Convention 2006 : The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 [electronic resource] : a legal primer to an emerging international regime / by Moira L. McConnell, Dominick Devlin and Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry.; McConnell, Moira L.
Maritime Law Asia : The law of the sea in the Asian Pacific region : developments and prospects / edited by James Crawford and Donald R. Rothwell.
Maritime Law Belgium : Case of Pressos Compania Naviera S.A. and others v. Belgium : judgment of 20 November 1995.; European Court of Human Rights.
Maritime Law Bibliography : The law of the sea : a bibliography on the law of the sea 1968 - 1988: two decades of law-making, state practice and doctrine.; United Nations.
Maritime Law Burma : The Burma commercial marine rules manual : a collection of rules and orders made under enactments specially concerning the commercial marine and applying to Burma.
Maritime Law Caribbean : Maritime jurisdiction in the wider Caribbean. a handbook on national legislation / compiled and edited by Beate M.W. Ratter.
Maritime Law Cases : To the most honourable assembly of knights, citizens, and burgesses of the House of Parliament : the humble petition of the adventurers in the ship called the Pearle.; Pearle (Ship)
Maritime Law Cases England Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation. William R. Whereas we have received information, that notwithstanding the great dare that hitherto hath been taken to prevent piracies, ....; England and Wales.
Maritime Law France 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A treaty marine between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, Defender of the faith, &c., and the most serene and mighty prince, Lewis XIV, the most Christian king : concluded at St. Germains in Laye, the twenty fourth day of February 1676/7.; England and Wales.
Maritime Law Great Britain 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : A treaty marine between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II, by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France & Ireland, Defender of the faith, &c., and the most serene and mighty prince, Lewis XIV, the most Christian king : concluded at St. Germains in Laye, the twenty fourth day of February 1676/7.; England and Wales.
Maritime Law Great Britain Digests : Reports of cases argued and determined in the High Court of Admiralty : commencing with the judgments of the Right Hon. Sir William Scott, Easter term, 1808 / by Thomas Edwards ; edited by George Minot.; Edwards, Thomas,
Maritime Law Italy Early Works To 1800 : Dominium maris: or, The dominion of the sea. : Expressing the title, which the Venetians pretend unto the sole dominion, and absolute sovereigntie of the Adriatick Sea, commonly called the gulph of Venice. Manifested in a pleading, or argument, betwixt the Republick of Venice and the Emperor Ferdinand. Whereby is sufficiently proved, that the sea as well as the land, is liable to the laws of proprietie, and may bee brought under the jurisdiction and protection of particular princes and states. Contrarie to the assertion of those, who affirm, the sea to bee free, and under the dominion of no man. Translated out of Italian.
Maritime Law Scotland 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : An abstract of the most material interlocutors of the Lords of Session, during the dependence before them, of the cause of the two Danish ships, the Palm-tree, and Patience of Sunderburg, adjudged prise by the High-Court of Admiralty, anno 1672. : Against Alexander Acheson captain of the frigat ... by which said ships were brought up, and the owners of the said frigat ... . Excerped out of the two decreets of the lords pronounced in favour of the strangers, 25. February 1674. but not extracted till the 30. of July 1680. With the Articles of His Majestie's treaty with the King of Denmark, relating to the case of ships and goods taken at sea in time of war ... and divers other papers, related to in the decreets.; Scotland.