[London] : [Printed by G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode for H.M.S.O.], 
7 volumes : charts.
Making of Modern Law : Trials, 1600-1926.
Formatted Contents Note
v. 1. Correspondence respecting the "Florida," "Alabama," "Georgia," and "Shenandoah." v. 2. Correspondence respecting the "Sumter," "Nashville," "Bermuda," "Hector," "Alexandra," and other vessels v. 3. Correspondence respecting the commencement of the civil war in the United States, declarations of neutrality of British and foreign governments, neutrality laws of Great Britain and the United States v. 4. General correspondence on the 'Alabama' claims presented to Parliament v. 5. Papers relating to the Florida, Alabama, Shenandoah, Chickamauga, Tallahassee, and retribution: correspondence of the Government of the United States, and opinions of United States' attorney-general, relative to the preservation of neutrality v. 6. Correspondence respecting the reception of confederate cruisers in ports of other countries ; papers relating to the supply of arms to the United States from Great Britain during the Civil War v. 7. Reports of committees appointed by the Board of Trade and Admiralty to examine the lists of claims contained in vol. VII of the Appendix to the case of the United States.
Place of publication and names of printers and publisher from colophon of v. 3. "Report of the neutrality laws commissioners, together with an appendix containing reports from foreign states and other documents"-- p. -80 at end of v. 3. Reproduction of the original from Yale Law Library.