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Every tradesman his own lawyer; or, a digest of the law concerning trade, commerce, and manufactures: containing the substance of all the acts of Parliament And Adjudged Cases in every branch of those important subjects, down to the end of Hilary term, 1794. Including The Law and Custom of Merchants respecting Bank-Bills, Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, and Drafts: The whole Law of Bankrupts, from the Striking of the Docket to the Allowance of the Certificate, equally useful to the Assignee, Debtor, Creditor, and Bankrupt: Ample Instructions relative to Arbitrations and Awards: Laws for the Regulation of Auctioneers, including the two late remarkable Decisions before Lord Kenyon, in the Cases of Payne and Cove, and Ellice and Christie: The Law for and against Carriers, with some late important Determinations: Laws respecting Debtor and Creditor, Insurance, Buying and Selling, Usury, and such other Particulars as more immediately relate to those engaged in Trade, Commerce, and Manufactures. By Sylvanus Howard, Esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister At Law.

Howard, Sylvanus.
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London : printed for W. and J. Stratford, NO. 112, Near Hatton-Garden, Holborn, [1794]

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167,[1]p. ; 8⁰.


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Goldsmiths', 16070
ESTC N7563


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