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The freedom of the seas or the right which belongs to the dutch to take part in the East Indian trade

Grotius, Hugo
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THE FREEDOM OF THE SEAS: OR THE RIGHT WHICH BELONG TO THE DUTCH TO TAKE PART IN THE EAST INDIAN TRADE

FREEDOM OF THE SEAS. To the rulers and to the free and independent nations of Christendom. By the Law of Nations navigation is free to all persons whatsoever. The Portuguese have no right by title of discovery to sovereingnty over the East Indies to which to Dutch make voyages. The Portuguese have no right of soverignty over the East Indies by title of war. Neither the Sea nor the right of navigation thereon belongs to the Portuguese by virtue of title based on the Papal Donation. Neither the Sea nor the right of navigation thereon belongs to the Portuguese by title of prescription or custom. Iure gentium inter quosvis liberam esse mercaturam. Mercaturam cum Indis propriam non esse Lusitanorum titulo occupationis. Mercaturam cum Indis propriam non esse Lusitanorum titulo donationis Pontificiae. Mercaturam cum Indis non esse Lusitanorum Propriam iure praescriptionis aut consuetudinis. Nulla aequitate nit Lusitanos in prohibendo commercio. Batavis iur commercii Indicani, qua pace, qua indutiis, qua bello retinendum. Regis Hispaniarum litterae.

APA

Grotius, Hugo. (1916). The freedom of the seas or the right which belongs to the dutch to take part in the East Indian trade ([No definido] ed.). Oxford University Press.

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  • Ubicación:Colección general - 341 - G881f
  • Edición:[No definido]
  • Ciudad:New York City
  • Fecha Publicación1916
  • Editorial:Oxford University Press
  • Temas:DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PUBLICO.
  • ISBN:[No definido]

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