Travers Twiss

Sir Travers Twiss QC FRS (19 March 1809 in London – 14 January 1897 in London) was an English jurist. He had a distinguished academic and legal career culminating in his appointment as Queen's Advocate-General. Twiss was particularly noted for his contribution to the theory of international law. He was widely consulted, and was asked to draw up the constitution of the Congo Free State. A prolific author, Twiss wrote many influential textbooks on legal matters.

His public career came to a sudden end in 1872 after a scandal involving his wife Marie. He continued to research and publish on aspects of international law. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1884
Clarendon Press

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1856
Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1877
Butterworths

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1884
Butterworths

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1845
Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1843
Printed by T. Combe for J.H. Parker

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1844
Printed by T. Combe for J.H. Parker and J. Murray

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1851
Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1847
Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans

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by Twiss, Travers
Published 1856
Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans