The stile of exchanges containing both their law [and] custom as practised now in the most considerable places of exchange in Europe. Unfolding divers mysteries, and directing every person, howsoever concerned in a bill of exchange, to what he ought to do and observe, in any case, in order to his own security. Translated out of Low & High-Dutch, French and Italian Latine authors. The whole being methodically digested into chapters and sections, that by the help of an index any particular case may readily be found. By John Scarlett, merchant of the Eastland Company,
printed by John Bringhurst, for Thomas Malthus at the Sun in the Poultry,
|Edition:||The second edition.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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