A Selection of Cases on the Law of Bills and Notes and Other Negotiable Paper: With Full References and Citations, and Also an Index and Summary of the Cases. Prepared for Use as a Text-book in Harvard Law School, Volumen1

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Soule and Bugbee, 1881
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