The Case of the Creditors of Joseph George Pedley

The Case of the Creditors of Joseph George Pedley

A Bankrupt of Bristol, And Now A Prisoner in That City. In Which IS Contained, A Full And Succinct Account Of All the Proceedings Against Him, and of His Own Conduct, From Sept. 1779, to the Present Time. With Cursory Thoughts on Credit, and the Conduct of Bankers. And Now First Published by Authority, With Reflections, Moral, Legal, and Philosophical. Dedicated To The Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, Sheriffs, Common Council, Merchants, and Traders, of the City of Bristol

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Publisher: Bristol : printed for and sold by J. Lloyd, (successor to T. Cadell,) In Wine-Street; T. Evans, In Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Stockdale, In Piccadilly, London, 1783
Characteristics: [6],91,[1]p. ; 8⁰


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