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Context of The law for and against bankrupts : containing all the statutes, cases at large, arguments, resolutions, judgments and decrees, under the head of bankruptcy, down to the present time ; wherein is particularly shewn, what persons may be bankrupts within the meaning of the statutes ; how they are to conform themselves thereto ; the power of the commissioners and assignees, as to their estates ; the rights of the creditors, and privileges of the bankrupt : together with precedents or forms of the proceedings, on taking out and executing commissions, also of declarations, and pleadings, in English, relating to this subject, never before printed : the whole adapted to the use of all counsellors, attornies, merchants and tradesmen
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