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Author: Sander, Nicholas, 1530?-1581.
Title: A briefe treatise of vsurie, made by Nicolas Sander D. of Diuinitie.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A briefe treatise of vsurie, made by Nicolas Sander D. of Diuinitie.
Sander, Nicholas, 1530?-1581.

Louanii: Apud Ioannem Foulerum, An. 1568. Cum priuilegio. Subsig. De La Torre.
Alternate titles: A briefe treatise of usurie. Briefe treatise of usurie. Of usurie.
Notes:
Running title reads: Of usurie.
Errata on I6v.
Two pages of Latin notes in contemporary manuscript hand follow I7.
Reproduction of the original in the Columbia University Library.
Subject terms:
Usury -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11442.0001.001

Contents
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A BRIEFE TREA∣TISE OF VSVRIE.
The occasion of this Treatise, and the argu∣mentes vvhich are commonly made for the defense of vsurie, and vvhat is vsurie. The first Chapiter.
That vsurie is forbidden by Gods lavve, vn∣der the paine of euerlasting damna∣tion. The second Chapiter.
VVhence bargaines proceede, and vvhy Al∣mosdedes are so acceptable to God. The third Chapiter.
Of geuing to lone or of lending, vvhich are naturally free contractes. The fourth Chapiter.
Hovv much it importeth, that the boundes and limites of euerie contract belonging to the lavv of nations, should be inuio∣lably kept and maintayned. The v. Chapiter.
That the vsurer in setting out his mony for gayne, doth, and can not but geue his monie to lone. The vi. Chapiter.
Hovv heynouse, and hovv much against the nature of geuing to lone, and against the lavv of al Nations the vice of vsurie is. The vij. Chapiter.
That the Heathens condemned vsurie, The viij. Chapiter.
That the Ciuil lavve doth not acknovv∣ledge vsurie to spring or arise of the nature of suche thinges as are geuen to lone, but rather to be contrarie there∣vnto. The ix. Chapiter.
Certaine examples of vsurie, vvhereby yt may the better be knovven, vvhat is vsu∣rie, and vvhat is not and of the restitu∣tion vvhich the vsurer is bound to make. The x. Chapiter.
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THE CHAPITERS, and Contentes of this Treatise.
FAVLTES ESCAPED in printing.
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