The law against bankrupts: or, A treatise wherein the statutes against bankrupts are explained by several cases, resolutions, judgments and decrees, both at common law and in Chancery. Together with the learning of declarations and pleading relating thereunto. To which are likewise added forms and directions for commissioners, and presisidents, fit for the perusal of lawyers, or merchants and tradesmen. By T.G. serjeant at law.
printed for S. Heyrick, C. Harper, J. Place, J. Harrison, S. Keeble, D. Brown, J. Cleave, W. Rogers, R. Sare, W. Reeman, T. Goodwin, M. Wotton, R. Vincent, A. Roper, and J. Brixey,
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