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Money supply -- Great Britain
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Controlling the money supply
Gowland, David
London : Croom Helm, c1982
 
c1982
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 Economics Library  HG939.5 G66 1982    AVAILABLE    30510100104647
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Controlling the money supply
Gowland, David
London : Croom Helm, c1984
 
c1984
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A letter balancing the causes of the present scarcity of our silver coin, and the means of immediate remedy, and future prevention of this evil addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Powis.
Morris, Corbyn, 1710-1779
London : [s.n.], 1757
1757
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Monetary control in Britain
Congdon, Tim
New York, N.Y. : Holmes & Meier Publishers, Import Division, c1982
 
c1982
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5
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The Money supply and the exchange rate

Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1981
 
1981
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 Economics Library  HG939.5 M625 1981    AVAILABLE    30510100101874
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Principles of trade fredom and protection are its best support : industry, the only means to render manufactures cheap : of coins, exchange, and bountys, particularly the bounty on corn
Whatley, George, d. 1791
London : Brotherton and Sewell, 1774
1774
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Reflections on the principle of trade in general freedom and protection, its best support : industry, the only means to render manufactures cheap : of coins, and the scarcity of silver coin, of exchange : bountys considered, that on corn discussed
Whatley, George, d. 1791
London : Printed, and sold by all booksellers, 1769
1769
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Remarks on the coinage of England, from the earliest to the present times with a view to point out the causes of the present scarcity of silver for change ... to which is added an appendix, containing observations upon the ancient Roman coinage; and a description of some medals and coins found near Nottingham
Merrey, Walter, 1723-1799
Nottingham : London : Printed by S. Tupman ; Sold by T. Longman, 1789
1789
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A second letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, chancellor of the exchequer, on a national bank
Tatham, Edward, 1749-1834
London : Sold by Messrs. Rivington, 1797
1797
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Thoughts on circulation and paper currency with some observations on the means of preventing the distresses, to which the mercantile interest is so frequently exposed, from the scarcity of money, and of rendering the tax on income, less burdensome to individuals and more productive to the exchequer.
Sinclair, John, Sir, 1754-1835
[Scotland : s.n., 1799] ([Scotland] : A. Neill)
1799
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Thoughts on money, circulation, and paper currency
Elibank, Patrick Murray, Baron, 1703-1778
Edinburgh : Printed by Hamilton, Balfour and Neill, 1758
1758
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The Use and abuses of money, and the improvements of it, by two propositions for regulating our coin: whereby His Majesties occasions may be supplied. With the most likely way to advance a general trade, domestick as well as foreign. Considered and presented to view of all that with the publick good of the kingdom in general and of themselves in particular. With submission to better judgments

London : Printed for Allen Bancks and Charles Harper, at the three Flower de Luces against St. Dustan's Church, and George Marriott under the Kings-Head Tavern in Fleetstreet., 1671
1671
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