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Part I.: The Seizure of the Prize in Question Was Honourable - Hugo Grotius, Commentary on the Law of Prize and Booty 
Commentary on the Law of Prize and Booty, ed. and with an Introduction by Martine Julia van Ittersum (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2006).
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The Seizure of the Prize in Question Was Honourable
In Part I the following theses are presented:
1.Everything just is honourable.
2. It is especially honourable to take vengeance, in behalf of one’s allies or one’s native land, upon men who are incorrigible.
3. Seizure of spoils may be especially honourable because of the purpose served thereby.