Cobbett's paper against gold :
containing the history and mystery of the Bank of England, the funds, the debt, the sinking fund, the bank stoppage, the lowering and the raising of the value o [sic] paper-money; and shewing, that taxation, pauperism, poverty, misery and crimes have all increased, and ever must increase, with a funding system.
|Main Author:||Cobbett, William, 1763-1835.|
|Related Names:||Muirhead, Arnold , former owner., Cobbett, William 1798-1878, publisher., Molineux, William fl. 1813-1836, printer.|
[London] : W. Molineux, printer, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane : 
Bank of England.
Finance > Finance / Great Britain.
Paper money > Paper money / Great Britain.
Currency question > Currency question / Great Britain.
Great Britain > Great Britain / Economic conditions > Great Britain / Economic conditions / 19th century.
"A series of letters, addressed to the people of Salisbury ... suffering severely from the failure of country banks." -- Cf. Intro.
The work is a compilation, continuously numbered, of sets of letters numbered 1-15, each with publication details, variously recorded as "Printed by Wm. Molineux" and "Published by Wm.Cobbett, Jun.". All say "Entered at Stationers' Hall".
Publisher's statement from colophon.
viii, 470 columns ;
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