OBSERVATIONS IN SUPPORT OF AN ALTERATION IN THAT RULE OF LAW BY WHICH A FACTOR FOR SALE OF GOODS, THOUGH CLOTHED WITH THE APPARENT OWNERSHIP, IS RESTRAINED FROM BINDING HIS PRINCIPAL BY ANY OTHER MODE OF DISPOSING OF THEM.

Liverpool: G. Cruickshank, n.d. (ca.1820). Disbound pamphlet. 8vo.; 24pp. Item #44567

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