A Selection of All the Laws of the United States, Now in Force, Relative to Commercial Subjects: With Marginal Notes and References to the Same, Classed Under Separate Heads ... To which is Added, a List of All the Laws on the Above Subjects and of the Restrictive System, which Have Been Repealed Or Become Obsolete: Also, Various Treasury Instructions to the Collectors of the Customs, Particularly Those Relating to the Rates of Duties: Also, Directions for Making Out Manifests to be Produced in the Custom-house, on Clearing Out Vessels for Foreign Ports: Together with an Index to the Whole
Neal, Wills & Cole, Benjamin Edes, Printer., 1814 - 554 pages
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