Lex mercatoria : or, A complete code of commercial law; being a general guide to all men in business, whether as traders, remitters, owners, freighters, captains, insurers, brokers, factors, supercargoes, or agents : with an account of our mercantile companies; of our colonies and factories abroad; of our commercial treaties with foreign powers; of the duty of consuls, and of the laws concerning aliens, naturalization, and denization. To which is added, an account of the commerce of the whole world; describing the manufactures and products of each country, with tables of correspondence and agreement of their respective coins, weights, and measures. The whole equally calculated for the information and service of the merchant, lawyer, member of Parliament, and private gentleman /
Printed for F.C. and J. Rivington; Otridge and Son; Clarke and Sons; J. Walker; R. Lea; J. Cuthell; W. Lowndes; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Co.; C. Law; Lackington, Allen, and Co.; J. Butterworth; Cadell and Davies; S. Bagster; J. Murray; J. Richardson; J.M. Richardson; R. Scholey; Black, Parry, and Co.; J. Asperne; R. Baldwin; R. Phene; W. Reed; Sherwood, Neely, and Jones; and Johnson and Co.,
|Edition:||6th edition, considerably enlarged and improved /|
|Series:||Legal classics library.
History of international law.
|Online Access:||HeinOnline Legal Classics Library|
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