Johnson, Hebert Alan. The Law Merchant and Negotiable Instruments in Colonial New York, 1664 to 1730. Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1963. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2001037701. ISBN 1-58477-243-3. Cloth. $60. * Examines an important episode in the history of the laws and customs devised by merchants to regulate their relations with each other. As Johnson states in his preface, this "brief study of the law of merchant and bills of exchange has as its background a fascinating era of legal history. Changing legal institutions and patterns of trade were typical of these early years. For the student of history, as well as the legal scholar, these developments are of great significance for they are the basis for the future growth of the law and the commercial supremacy of the province of New York.": Preface vii.Johnson, Herbert Alan is the author of 'Law Merchant and Negotiable Instruments in Colonial New York, 1664 to 1730' with ISBN 9781584772439 and ISBN 1584772433.