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The YALE LAW JOURNAL for June, 1903, contained a description of the work of the three conferences held at the Hague in 1893, 1894 and 1900, for the advancement of private international law in Europe. Fifteen nations took part in them by their official delegates, comprehending all the leading Continental powers. Great Britain declined an invitation to participate, on the ground of the dissimilarity between her system of law and those of the rest of Europe.
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