investigation into the principles and credit of the circulation of paper money, or bank notes, in Great Britain as protected or enforced by legislative authority, under the suspension of paying them in cash; in the extent of such paper money, the responsibility attached to it, and its effects upon prices of commodities, individual income, agriculture, manufactures, commerce; and upon the course of exchange with foreign countries : together with a discussion of the question, whether the restraining law in favour of the Bank of England from paying notes in money, ought or ought not to be continued as a measure of the state? by William Howison
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- Paper money -- Great Britain.,
- Paper money -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.
|Other titles||Bullion finance, 1802-03.|
|Statement||by William Howison, Esq.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
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