Capital, currency, and banking; being a collection of a series of articles published in the "Economist" in 1845, on the principles of the Bank Act of 1844, and in 1847, on the recent monetarial and commercial crisis; concluding with a plan for a secure and economical currency. By James Wilson ...
|Main Author:||Wilson, James, 1805-1860.|
London, D. M. Aird, "Economist" Office, 1859.
> Great Britain.
Banks and banking > Great Britain.
Depressions > 1847.
"With an appendix, containing the weekly and monthly accounts of the Bank of England, and of the general circulation of the United Kingdom, since the passing of the Acts of 1844 and 1845; also, extracts from the evidence taken before the late Banking Committee, bearing upon the points discussed."
xviii, 203, 100 p. ;
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