Restraint of trade -- Connecticut. : By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire ... A proclamation. [electronic resource] : Whereas the General Assembly ... resolved, that ... the governor ... be authorized and requested to correspond with the governments of the neighbouring states, on terms of opening a free trade ... Given under my hand at Lebanon, the 25th day of August ... 1780.
Restraint of trade -- Connecticut -- New Haven. : To the public. [electronic resource] : A number of merchants, traders and others in New-Haven, conceive that some transactions passed yesterday, which call on them to express their sentiments on certain measures, which have lately been adopted as a system.
Restraint of trade -- Early works to 1800. : A declaration set forth by the lord lieutenant generall the gentlemen of the councell & assembly occasioned from the view of a printed paper. : Entituled An act prohibiting trade with the Barbados, Virginea, Bermudes and Antegoe.
Restraint of trade -- England -- London. : Reasons humbly offered by the inhabitants of the city and liberty of Westminster : and of other places within the weekly bills of mortality, to the knights, citizens, and burgesses in this present Parliament assembled, against the passing of a bill, entitled, An Act for the Enabling of Protestant-Strangers to Exercise their Trades in the places in the said act mentioned.
Restraint of trade -- Germany (West) : Die staatliche Intervention im Bereich der Wirtschaft : Rechtsformen und Rechtsschutz ; Die Gegenwartslage des Staatskirchenrechts / Berichte von Ulrich Scheuner [and three others].
Restraint of trade -- Massachusetts -- Salem. : Salem, November, 18, 1800. [electronic resource] : Whereas there are several noted forestallers residing in the neighbourhood, who have long made it their constant practice to intercept and purchase provisions ...
Restraint of trade -- Netherlands -- Early works to 1800. : By the Quene. Where the auncient entercourse of marchaundizes betwixt our countries and the lowe countries of the kyng of Spayne our good brother, hath ben of late interrupted by sundrye prohibitions made in the sayde lowe countries ...