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An Enquiry into the Law Merchant of the United States Or, Lex Mercatoria Americana, on Several Heads of Commercial Importance. Dedicated by Permission ... Jefferson, President of the United States by George Caines

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  • Commercial law,
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ISBN 10158477679X
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