The Practice of the Customs in the Entry, Examination, and Delivery of Goods and Merchandise, Usually Imported from Foreign Parts, Showing the Tares and Allowances on Each Article, and Describing the Peculiar Character and Properties Thereof: To which is Added an Illustration of that Great Measure of Commercial Facility Recently Introduced, the Warehousing System ...
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