A letter to the Right Hon. Sir John Sinclair, bart. M.P. supporting his auguments in refutation of those advanced by Mr. Huskisson, on the supposed depreciation of our currency: including a letter to Sir Charles Price, bart. M.P. in August last, on the report of the bullion committee
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17 Livres accrue admitted alarm amount of Bank arises article of Merchandize August last Balance of debt Balance of Trade Bank Directors Bank Notes Bank of England Bank paper Bart Bill on London Bills of Exchange Bullion Committee cease cent clandestine exporter Coin coinage commercial commodities compel the Bank consequently Continent Country Bank Course of Exchange deemed depre Dollar Token England Notes evil excess of Currency Exchange with Foreign favor follow Foreign Bills forms this standing Gold Bullion Government Guinea sells Honorable the House House of Commons Huskisson's Pamphlet immense sums imports increased licences Louis D'ors Manufactures mercantile Notes in circulation opinion ounce Paper Currency pay in Gold pay in Specie pound of Gold pound sterling precious metals present high price price of Bullion profit proportion purchase quantity of Gold recommended Report Rouble Russia scarcity of Bullion Silver Sir Charles Price Sir Francis Baring Sir JOHN SINCLAIR universal equivalent whilst