An 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, Esq.
|Main Creator:||Howison, William.|
|Published / Created:||
London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1803.
"S. Gosnell, printer, Little Queen Street, Holborn."--Verso of t.p.
Advertisements on p. - at end; p.  and  at end blank.
Physical description: 75,  p. ; 22 cm.
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|P 1801 (1)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|