Mare clausum

the right and dominion of the sea in two books. by John Selden

Publisher: Printed for Andrew Kembe and Edward Thomas in London

Written in English
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  • Mare clausum.,
  • Maritime law.,
  • Freedom of the seas.,
  • Great Britain -- Commercial policy.,
  • Venice (Italy) -- Commercial policy.,
  • Venice (Italy) -- Foreign relations.

Edition Notes

Other titlesAdditional evidences concerning the right of soveraignty ... of Great Brittain in the sea., Dominium maris.
StatementIn the first the sea is proved by the law of nature and nations, not to be common to all men, but to be susceptible of private dominion and propierty as well as the land. In the second, it is asserted that the most serene King of Great Britain is the lord and proprietor of the circumfluent and surrounding sea, as an inseparable and perpetual appendix of the British empire. Written at first in Latin by that late famous and learned antiquary John Selden. Formerly translated into English, and now perfected and restored by J. H. [i. e. James Howell]
ContributionsHowell, James, 1594?-1666, ed., Nedham, Marchamont, 1620-1678, tr., Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJX4423 .S4
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. l., 500 (i.e. 482) p., 1 l., 37 p.
Number of Pages500
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16528574M
LC Control Number10019293

Mare clausum: the right and dominion of the sea in two books: in the first the sea is proved by the law of nature and nations not to be common to all men, but to be susceptible of private dominion and propriety as well as the land: in the second it is asserted that the most serene King of Great Britain is the lord and proprietor of the circumfluent and surrounding sea as an . JOHN SELDEN (AUTHOR OF MARE CLAUSUM) AND HIS CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL LAW. By ERIC G. M. FLETCHER, LL.D. (Read before the Grotius Society, Janu ) If excuse were needed for offering to this Society a Paper on the Life and Work of John Selden, it would be sufficient to remind you that Grotius, our eponymous hero, . John Selden, (born Dec. 16, , Salvington, Sussex, Eng.—died Nov. 30, , London), legal antiquarian, Orientalist, and politician who was the leading figure in the Antiquarian Society, the centre of English historical research during the 17th century.. Called to the bar in , Selden practiced as a conveyancer, rarely appearing in court. His first major book, Titles of Honour . Mare clausum has a secure place in the canon of classic legal texts. Thomas Jefferson owned two copies, which, when he sold his book collection, formed part of the cornerstone of the fledgling Library of Congress. Shown below is a post-Restoration edition of the same work in English. The publication of Mare clausum was itself dramatic. Selden.

Selden's Reply to Grotius Bound with a Reply to Selden by Pontanus Selden, John Mare Clausum Seu De Dominio Maris Libri Duo. I. Mare, Ex Iure Naturae seu Gentium, Omnium Hominum non Esse Commune, Sed Dominii Privati seu Proprietatis Capax, Pariter ac Tellurem, Esse Demonstratur. II. Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae Regem Maris Circumflui, Ut .   John Selden's The Closed Sea or Two Books on the Ownership of the Sea. In the first book it is demonstrated according to the law of nature and the law of nature and the law of nations that the sea is not communal to all men but is capable of private property in the same way as land. John Selden's Mare Clausum. The classic arguing for. Mare Liberum* (or, “The Free Seas”) is a freeform publishing, boatbuilding and waterfront art collective and civic initiative, based in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn, New York. Finding its roots in centuries-old stories of urban water squatters and haphazard watercraft builders, Mare Liberum is a collaborative exploration of what it takes to. The Division of the Work, and the Method of the first Book. CHAP. I. T HE Design beeing to treat of the Dominion or Ownership of the Sea, incompassing the Isle of Great Britain, as belonging to the Em∣pire of the same; two main, par∣ticulars are chiefly to bee consi∣der'd. The one concern's matter of Law, the other matter of Fact; both of them beeing denominated (as is usual) from .

Mare clausum. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der rivaliteit van Engeland en Nederland in de zeventiende eeuw by Muller, Samuel, ; Grotius, Hugo, Pages: Mare Liberum vs. Mare Clausum also recurrent in Freitas's De iusto imperio. As to Selden, who opposes Vitoria in Mare Clausum, and devotes the whole of its chapter xxvi, book I, to the direct refutation of Grotius's and Vazquez's theses, he had most probably con-tact with VWzquez's ideas through Johannes Gryphiander's treatise De insulis. Mare Liberum (or The Freedom of the Seas) is a book in Latin on international law written by the Dutch jurist and philosopher Hugo Grotius, first published in In The Free Sea, Grotius formulated the new principle that the sea was international territory and all nations were free to use it for seafaring disputation was directed towards the Portuguese Mare clausum .

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of the Dominion, Or, Ownership of the Sea.3/5(1). "Mare Liberum" is a book (originally written in Latin) on international law written by the Dutch jurist and philosopher Hugo Grotius. In Mare Liberum, Grotius formulated the new principle that the sea was international territory and all nations were free to use it for seafaring trade.5/5(2).

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Mare clausum: the right and dominion of the sea in two books: in the first the sea is proved by the law of nature and nations not to be common to all men, but to be susceptible of private dominion and propriety as well as the land: in the second it is asserted that the most serene King of Great Britain is the lord and proprietor of the.

SIMPLE by Designova - An easy to use Creative Parallax - Retina Ready and Responsive HTML5 Theme. Mare Clausum fell into two books. In the first book, its author refuted Grotius’ thesis that by nature the high seas cannot be occupied and hence cannot be subject to dominion.

The second book proved that the subsequent governments of England had. If it cannot be said that Grotius wears his learning “lightly like a flower”, the treatise of Selden is, in comparison, over-freighted with it; the Mare Liberum is still an open book, the Mare Clausum is indeed a closed one, and as flotsam or jetsam on troubled waters, Chapter XII of the Law of Prize rides the waves, whereas its rival, heavy and water-logged, has gone under.

Ioannis Seldeni Mare Clausum, Seu, de Dominio Maris Libri Duo: Primo, Mare, Ex Iure Naturae, Seu Gentium, Omnium Hominum Non Esse Commune, sed Dominii Pariter AC Tellurem, Esse Demonstratur : Selden, John: Libri in altre lingueAuthor: John Selden.

Mare Clausum. Of the Dominion, or, Ownership of the Sea. Two Books: In the First, is Shew'd that the Sea, by the Law of Nature, or Nations, is Not Common to.

Mare clausum was probably the most widely read of all Selden’s treatises. The work considered the question of dominion of the seas. The title literally translated from Latin means “enclosed sea,” in pointed opposition to the work Mare liberum, or “free sea,” published by Hugo Grotius in In Mare Liberum, Grotius formulated the new principle that the sea was international territory and all nations were free to use it for seafaring trade.

The disputation was directed towards the Portuguese Mare Clausum policy and their claim "Mare Liberum" is a book (originally written in Latin) on international law written by the Dutch jurist /5.

The book Pepys refers to is Nedham’s translation, which was entitled, “Of the Dominion or Ownership of the Sea. Two Books, written at first in Latin and entituled Mare Clausum, by John Selden.

Translated into English by Marchamont Nedham. London, ”. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now Mare clausum, seu de dominio maris libri duo (etc.) Johannes Selden Full view - Britannici imperium infulæ Infularum infulas inquit ipfà ipfe ipfi ipfius ipfo ipfum item itidem Iure jure juris litore litus Magnæ Mare.

Mare clausum (latim significando "mar fechado") é um termo legal usado no direito -se a qualquer mar ou corpo de água navegável que esteja sob a jurisdição de um país, sendo "vedado" a outras nações. Mare clausum é uma excepção ao mare liberum (latim para "mar livre"), ou seja, um mar que está aberto à navegação por navios das suas.

Mare Clausum. Of the Dominion, or, Ownership of the Sea. Two Books: In the First, is Shew'd that the Sea, by the Law of Nature, or Nations, is Not Common to All Men but Capable of Private Dominion or Proprietie as well as the Land in the Second, is Proved That the Dominion of the British Sea, or That Which Incompasseth the Isle of Great Britain, is, and Ever Hath Been, a Author: John Selden.

Other articles where Mare clausum is discussed: John Selden: Selden dedicated to the king Mare clausum (), a justification of a single nation’s rule over the high seas, in rebuttal to Hugo Grotius’ Mare liberum ().

Fromhaving reversed his political position once more, he took part in the Commons’ proceedings against William Laud, archbishop of Canterbury. MARE CLAUSUM de SELDENI, Ioannis. et d'autres livres, articles d'art et de collection similaires disponibles sur Mare Liberum (English: The Free Sea or The Freedom of the Seas) is a book in Latin on international law written by the Dutch jurist and philosopher Hugo Grotius, first published in In The Free Sea, Grotius formulated the new principle that the sea was international territory and all nations were free to use it for seafaring trade.

Mare Clausum. Of the Dominion, or, Ownership of the Sea. Two Books: In the First, is Shew'd that the Sea, by the Law of Nature, or Nations, is Not Common to All Men but Capable of Private Dominion or Proprietie as well as the Land in the Second, is Proved That the Dominion of the British Sea, or That Which Incompasseth the Isle of Great Britain, is, and Ever Hath Been, a.

Of the dominion, or, ownership of the sea two books. In the first is shew'd, that the sea, by the lavv of nature, or nations, is not common to all men, but capable of private dominion or proprietie, as well as the land. Written at first in Latin, and entituled, Mare clausum seu, De dominio maris, by John Selden Translated into English Pages: and striking longevity as Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum (The Free Sea).

The book first appeared in Leiden as a pocket-sized quarto volume from the famous publishing house of File Size: KB. Mare Clausum. Sailing Seasons in the Mediterranean in Early Antiquity. Mediterranean History Journal   Mare Clausum, Leviathan, and Oceana: Bible Criticism, Secularisation and Imperialism in Seventeenth-Century English Political and Legal Thought The Armies of Gog, the Merchants of Tarshish, and the British EmpireAuthor: Mark Somos.

Mare clausum (London, ). The first edition of Selden’s Mare clausum is also famous as the first use of Arabic type in England.

The map depicts what ancient geographers called “the British sea.” Rare Book Collection, Lillian Goldman Law Library.

Selden, John (). Mare clausum: the right and dominion of the sea (London, ). The disputation was directed towards the Portuguese Mare Clausum policy and their claim of monopoly on the East Indian Trade.

Grotius wrote the treatise while counsel to the Dutch East India Company over the seizure of the Portuguese carrack "Santa Catarina".

Hugo Grotius (10 April – 28 August ), was a jurist in the Dutch Republic. 5/5(2). Mare clausum (London, ). The first edition of Selden’s Mare clausum is also famous as the first use of Arabic type in England. The map depicts what ancient geographers called “the British sea.” Rare Book Collection, Lillian Goldman Law Library.

Mare clausum: the right and dominion of the sea in tvvo books: in the first, the sea is proved by the law of nature and nations not to be common to all men, but to be susceptible of private dominion and propriety as well as the land: in the second, it is asserted that the most serene King of Great Britain is the lord and proprietor of the circumfluent and surrounding sea, as an.

Bilateral Negotiations and a Battle of Books around Mare liberum Introduction Colonial conferences in London and The Hague () William Welwood’s An Abridgement of All Sea-Lawes () John Selden’s Mare clausum () Cited by: 7. Mare Clausum Versus Mare Liberum. In Hugo Grotius, a jurist of the Dutch Republic, formulated a new principle that the sea was international territory and all nations were free to use it for seafaring the The Free Sea (Mare Liberum).Grotius, by claiming 'free seas', provided suitable ideological justification for the Dutch breaking up of various trade monopolies.

Of the dominion or ownership of the sea two books: in the first is shew'd that the sea, by the lavv of nature or nations, is not common to all men, but capable of private dominion or proprietie, as well as the land: in the second is proved that the dominion of the British sea, or that which incompasseth the isle of Great Britain is, and ever hath been, a part or appendant of the.

Mare Liberum: The Freedom of the Seas by Muir, Ramsay and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Mare clausum (legal Latin meaning "closed sea") is a term used in international law to mention a sea, ocean or other navigable body of water under the jurisdiction of a state that is closed or not accessible to other states.

Mare clausum is an exception to mare liberum (Latin for "free sea"), meaning a sea that is open to navigation to ships of all nations.John Selden's Mare Clausum. The classic arguing for private ownership of the sea, in a new English translation.

About; The Closed Sea: Two Books on the Ownership of the Sea. Septem § Leave a comment. John Selden’s The Closed Sea or Two Books on the Ownership of the Sea.