Letters written to the governor and directors of the Bank of England, in September, 1796 :
on the pecuniary distresses of the country, and the means of preventing them : with some additional observations on the same subject, and the means of speedily re-establishing the public and commercial credit of the country /
by Sir John Sinclair, Bart., President of the Board of Agriculture.
|Main Author:||Sinclair, John, Sir, 1754-1835.|
|Related Names:||Sewell, John 1733 or 4-1802, bookseller., Nicol, G. , bookseller., Bulmer, William 1757-1830, printer.|
London : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., and sold by G. Nicol, bookseller, Pall-Mall; Cadell and Davies, Strand; and J. Sewell, Cornhill, 1797.
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Hollander 2270: Bound with: Baring, Francis, Sir. Observations on the establishment of the Bank of England (London : Minerva Press, 1797) -- Baring, Francis, Sir. Further observations on the establishment of the Bank of England (London : Minerva Press?, 1797) -- Pulteney, William. Substance of the speech of Sir William Pulteney, Bart., on his motion 7th April 1797 ... (London : John Stockdale, 1797) -- Sinclair, John, Sir. Letters written to the governor and directors of the Bank of England, in September, 1796 (London : W. Bulmer, 1797).
Hollander 2270: Former shelf-mark: Hollander 2262.
Hollander 2270: Copy lacking pages 1-12.
332 B875 v.5: Copy lacking half-title leaf.
36 p. ;
21 cm. (8vo)
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