A History of Prices and of the State of the Circulation from 1793 to 1837 ; Preceded by a Brief Sketch of the State of the Corn Trade in the Last Two Centuries, Volume 2
Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1838
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31 August agricultural amount ation average price Bank circulation Bank issues Bank notes Bank of England bankers Barley bullion cash payments cause cent circumstances close cº cº committee commodities cºn cºn consequence considerable consumption contraction corn laws country banks country circulation crops currency deficiency demand Deposits depression diminished discounts discredit distress effect enlargement exchanges exchequer bills export extent fall of prices favourable February foreign France greater harvest high prices House of Commons importations increase influence instance interval joint-stock banks June June 25 liabilities loans manufactures ment metals millions money market monied capital months nearly nerally º º occasion operation overtrading paper Peel's bill period pressure prevailed price of wheat prices of corn produce proportion quantity quarter rate of interest reduction rise of prices scarcity season securities small notes ſº spring supply supposed tion trade value of money variations