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A catalogue of French economic documents from the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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Corporate Author: John Crerar Library.
Language(s): French
Published: Chicago, Printed by order of the Board of directors, 1918.
Subjects: Government publications > Government publications / France > Government publications / France / Bibliography
Taxation > Taxation / France > Taxation / France / Bibliography.
Finance > Finance / France > Finance / France / Bibliography
Commercial treaties > Commercial treaties / Bibliography
France > France / Commerce > France / Commerce / Bibliography.
Note: contains 1471 pieces." - Pref.
"The John Crerar library acquired in 1904, from a bookseller in Leipzig, an extensive collection of acts, ordinances, documents and pamphlets of the 16th to the 18th century, treating of the economic and social affairs of France and its colonies. Of the origin of the collection nothing is known, but ... it is probable that the collection was made by a French government official ... who, perhaps, emigrated after the outbreak of the revolution as no document is found from that period ... The collection
Physical Description: 7, 104 p.
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