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Writers on Negotiable Instruments


WRITERS ON NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS. Mr. Daniel's noted work on Negotiable Instruments is a standard authority, and has reached the sixth American edition. Byles on Bills is a smaller work which has reached the eighth American edition. Among American authors are Story's work on "Promissory Notes"; Parsons' work on "Notes and Bills"; Ames' "Bills and Notes; Randolph's work on "Commercial Paper"; Tiedeman's "Commercial Paper." Among the more recent writers are Bigelow, who has compiled a work styled "Bills, Notes and Checks"; Edwards' work on "Bills and Notes"; Hawthorne's "What Instruments Are Negotiable"; Van Schaak's "Bank Checks"; and Benjamin's Chalmers' "Bills, Notes and Checks."