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Jurisprudence consulaire, et instruction de négociants. ouvrage utile aux marchands, banquiers, commissionnaires, receveurs, gens d'affaires, procureurs des jurisdictions ordinaires ou on juge ordinairement, huissiers, à ceux qui vendent les bestiaux & denrées provenants de leurs biens, fermiers & autres [.]
chez Guillin [.] ., A Angers chez A.J. Jahyer [.] et à Paris 1773 - 2 vols., 12mo., pp. [8] 443 [5]; [4] 487 [1]. Light age-yellowing, bound in contemporary mottled sheep, covers ruled in blind, spines gilt with red and green morocco labels, marbled pastedowns, edges and endpapers; touch of rubbing and wear, loss at extreme head and tail of spines, cracking to one joint, a single wormhole. Stamps on title-pages of Brocard. First edition of this popular handbook to law relating to commerce, and to the office of the judge-consul (commercial judge). It is billed on the title-page as "useful for merchants, bankers, commissioners, tax-receivers, businessmen, prosecutors [.], bailiffs, and people who sell meat and food coming from their own property, farmers, and others". It is dedicated to the commercial judges of Anjou, who were based in Angers. Rogue was entrenched in Anjou's legal-commercial world, being both an advocate at Angers' commercial court, and an associate of the bureau of agriculture. Conlon XVII 73:1174. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Leo Cadogan Rare Books Ltd., ABA, ILAB]
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