APA Citation

Beawes, W., Savary, J., & Savary des Brûlons, J. (1752). Lex mercatoria rediviva, or, The merchant's directory: Being a compleat guide to all men in business ... containing an account of our trading companies and colonies ... the duty of consuls, and the laws subsisting about aliens, naturalization and denization : to which is added a state of the present general traffick of the whole world, describing the manufactures and products of each particular nation ... extracted from the works of the best writers both at home and abroad, more especially from those justly celebrated ones of Messieurs Savary, improved and corrected by the author's own observations, during his long continuance in trade : the whole calculated for the use and service of the merchant, lawyer, senator, and gentleman. London: Printed for the author, by J. Moore, and sold by E. Comyns.

Chicago Style Citation

Beawes, Wyndham., Jacques Savary, and Jacques Savary des Brûlons. Lex Mercatoria Rediviva, Or, The Merchant's Directory: Being a Compleat Guide to All Men in Business ... Containing an Account of Our Trading Companies and Colonies ... the Duty of Consuls, and the Laws Subsisting About Aliens, Naturalization and Denization : To Which Is Added a State of the Present General Traffick of the Whole World, Describing the Manufactures and Products of Each Particular Nation ... Extracted From the Works of the Best Writers Both At Home and Abroad, More Especially From Those Justly Celebrated Ones of Messieurs Savary, Improved and Corrected By the Author's Own Observations, During His Long Continuance in Trade : The Whole Calculated for the Use and Service of the Merchant, Lawyer, Senator, and Gentleman. London: Printed for the author, by J. Moore, and sold by E. Comyns, 1752.

MLA Citation

Beawes, Wyndham., Jacques Savary, and Jacques Savary des Brûlons. Lex Mercatoria Rediviva, Or, The Merchant's Directory: Being a Compleat Guide to All Men in Business ... Containing an Account of Our Trading Companies and Colonies ... the Duty of Consuls, and the Laws Subsisting About Aliens, Naturalization and Denization : To Which Is Added a State of the Present General Traffick of the Whole World, Describing the Manufactures and Products of Each Particular Nation ... Extracted From the Works of the Best Writers Both At Home and Abroad, More Especially From Those Justly Celebrated Ones of Messieurs Savary, Improved and Corrected By the Author's Own Observations, During His Long Continuance in Trade : The Whole Calculated for the Use and Service of the Merchant, Lawyer, Senator, and Gentleman. London: Printed for the author, by J. Moore, and sold by E. Comyns, 1752.

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