Smith, John William. A Compendium of Mercantile Law. 3rd ed., greatly enlarged and revised. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1858.
John William Smith (1809-1845) was an English barrister and prolific legal scholar. He joined the Inner Temple in 1827 and was called to the bar in 1834. His first work, A Compendium of Mercantile Law (1834), saw thirteen editions. It compiles topics in business law, including contracts, agents, carriers, and insurance.
You can view more information about this book in the library's online catalog.
law libraries, commercial law, contracts