Context

Context of Lex mercatoria rediviva, or, A complete code of commerial 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, a sketch of the present state of the commerce of the whole world, describing the manufacturers and products of each particular nation, with tables of the correspondence and agreement of their respective coins, weights, and measures, compiled from the works of the most celebrated British and foreign commercial writers, the whole equally calculated for the information and service of the merchant, lawyer, member of parliament, and private gentleman
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