A Digest of the Evidence on the Bank Charter Taken Before the Committee of 1832: Arranged Together with the Tables Under Proper Heads ; to which are Prefixed Strictures and Illustrative Remarks : Also Copious Indexes, &c. &c
James Ridgway, 1833 - Currency question - 418 pages
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