Grave, F. F. Algie, 1840. Wrappers. (With original wrappers sewn in). 22 pp.
Cornelis Felix van Maanen (September 9, 1769 – February 14, 1849) was a Dutch minister and jurist. He rose to prominence under the French-dominated Kingdom of Holland, being appointed Minister of Justice in 1806 by Louis Bonaparte, and to the Council of State and as head of the Court of Appeals in The Hague in 1810 by Napoleon. He adapted to the changing political circumstances well, however, and was again appointed Minister of Justice in 1815 by King William of the new United Kingdom of the Netherlands. Along with de Nagell, he was a signatory of the Treaty of The Hague (1818), by which the British and Dutch established the Anglo-Dutch Mixed Commission Courts.:391 He was active in promoting the Dutch language in Belgium and advising the King against giving concessions in the turmoil that led to the Belgian Revolution. He left office in 1842, following the abdication of King William. Willem Bilderdijk (Amsterdam, 7 september 1756 – Haarlem, 18 december 1831) was a Dutch writer, lawyer and linguist.
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