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Author: Sauter, Daniel.
Title: The practise of the banckrupts of these times in whom are considered, 1. Their fraudulent and deceitfull actions. 2. The evills accompanying their courses. 3. Laws and punishments ordain'd to curbe them. 4. The charitable cure of so great an evill. A worke now very necessaary. Written in Latine by Mr Dainel Sauterius, and made to speake English for the generall good of all commerce.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The practise of the banckrupts of these times in whom are considered, 1. Their fraudulent and deceitfull actions. 2. The evills accompanying their courses. 3. Laws and punishments ordain'd to curbe them. 4. The charitable cure of so great an evill. A worke now very necessaary. Written in Latine by Mr Dainel Sauterius, and made to speake English for the generall good of all commerce.
Sauter, Daniel.

London: Printed by John Norton, for William Garret. Anno M.DC.XL [1640]
Notes:
In four parts, each with caption title.
Pages 109 and 111 misnumbered 99 and 109.
Last numbered page: 109.
Imperfect; trimmed at head, affecting text.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Bankruptcy -- Early Works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11530.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO ALL THE HONORABLE AND WORSHIPFULL: And all other of what degree soe∣ver, who have occasion to deale in any passages betweene Cre∣ditors and Debtors, the Transla∣tor wisheth all happinesse.
To the most Noble, High and Prudent Counsellors of State in Holland.
The Translator to the Chri∣stian Reader.
THE PRACTISE OF THE BANCKRVPTS OF THESE TIMES.
THE PRACTISE OF THE BANCKRVPTS OF THESE TIMES.
THE PRACTISE OF THE BANCKRVPTS OF OUR TIMES.
THE PRACTISE OF THE BANCKRVPTS OF THESE TIMES.
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