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Charles Molloy

De jure maritimo et navali: or, A treatise of affairs maritime and of commerce. In three books. The third edition enlarged. By Charles Molloy.

London: Printed for John Bellinger in Cliffords-Inn Lane, against the West Door of St. Dunstans Church; and George Dawes in Chancery Lane, against Lincolns-Inn Gate, 1682.
De jure maritimo et navali: or, A treatise of affairs maritime and of commerce. In three books. The third edition enlarged. By Charles Molloy. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Charles Baldwin8/5/18018/10/1801;Molloy on Com.;
Charles Baldwin11/2/180111/9/1801Molloy on Com.
Charles Baldwin4/19/18025/4/1802Molloy on Commerce
Charles Baldwin5/12/18026/10/1802"
Charles BaldwinVolume 111/17/180212/30/1802Moloy on Commerce
Leffert Lefferts Jr.4/6/18034/16/1803Molloy Commerce
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