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The Principles of Currency; Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford. With a Letter from Michel Chevalier on the History of the Treaty of Commerce with France

By Price, Bonamy

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Title: The Principles of Currency; Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford. With a Letter from Michel Chevalier on the History of the Treaty of Commerce with France  
Author: Price, Bonamy
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Language: English
Subject: Money, Currency question -- Great Britain, Commerce
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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1869
Publisher: Oxford, James Parker

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1807-1888, P. B., & 1806-1879, C. M. (1869). The Principles of Currency; Six Lectures Delivered at Oxford. With a Letter from Michel Chevalier on the History of the Treaty of Commerce with France. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Money ; Currency question -- Great Britain

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Digitized from the holdings of the MSN Live Books ; Robarts - University of Toronto

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Inaugural lecture.- Metallic currency.- What is a bank- Paper currency.- The bank charter Act of 1844, and Mr. Mill's doctrine of money.- The money market and gold.- Drains and rates of discount.- M. Michel Chevalier on the history of the treaty of commerce with France.- Mr. Gairdner on banking and currency

 

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