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TRE A TI SE
L A W
BILLS O-F EXCHANGE
STEWART KYD, OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, ése:
BARRISTER AT LAW.
THE SECOND AMERICAN,
WITH CONSIDERABLE ADDITIONS.
For THOMAS, ANDREWS SPENNIMAN,
by THOMAS ANDREWS, at Bostoa,
tance remained doubtful; moft, if not all, of these have been decided in cases which have fince occurred; the alterations rendered necessary by these de. cisions have been made in the present edition, and the author is not aware that any thing material has been omitted which might be found useful in such a work. No, 4, Hare Couri, Timple, Trinity Term,
FIRST EDITION. WO Treatises are already before the public on tempting to appreciate the respective merits of these performances, or to compare them particularly with his own, the author of the present publication feels it necessary to observe, that the plan of his work differs very materially from either of the others. He has endeavoured to produce a composition, which, 4 without disgusting the professional reader, may be easily comprehended by men of business, and serve as an elementary treatise to the student. In executing this plan, he has given, under each division, an historical dedu&tion of the opinions which have been held on the point immediately under discussion, and concluded with the law as settled by the latest decila ions, where, in fact, it has been settled. Where the point remains still in doubt, he has stated the arguInents on both sides of the question. How far he has succeeded in the execution, the public only can decide.
No. 4, Hare Court, Temple,
Parties in the Negociation of obem.
How far an Infant may be a party to a Bill or Note
How far a Married Woman
How far Partners are bound by the acceptance of one 31
How far a Corporation can be a party to a Bill or Note