A General treatise of naval trade and commerce, as founded on the laws and statutes of this realm: in which those relating to His Majesty's customs, merchants, masters of ships, mariners, letters of marque, privateers, prizes, convoys, cruizers, &c. are particularly considered and treated with care, under all the necessary heads, from the earliest time down to the present ... : in two volumes, Volume 1
Printed by Henry Lintot ... for J. Brotherton, J. Walthoe, S. Birt, T. Osborn [and 12 others, 1753 - Law
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