An essay on insurances explaining the nature of the various kinds of insurance practised by the different commercial states of Europe, and shewing their consistency or inconsistency with equity and the public good ... to which are annexed, some brief hints to merchants and insurers concerning the risks to which navigation is exposed in time of war ... and a famous insurance cause pleaded before the House of Lords, and some mercantile observations thereon /
Printed by J. Haberkorn, and sold by W. Baker,
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|Item Description:||Vol. 2 title varies: An essay on insurances, being a collection of all the foreign ordinances of insurances, and forms of policies, translated into English ... together with a summary of all the treaties of commerce subsisting between England and foreign powers ... .|
"The first essay of this work ... made its appearance in the German language at Hamburgh [in 1753]"--v. 1, p. [iii]
Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London.
Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 09045.
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