A Letter to the Right. Hon. George Canning


A Letter to the Right. Hon. George Canning


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Contents: Introductory Remarks; The error of considering Overproduction as the principal cause of commercial banking; On the prevailing fallacies respecting the currency; Country banking; On the state of the currency in January, 1826; Branch banks of the Bank of England; The alleged evil of paper money; Summary; Postscript.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Harvey and Darton
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1826
  • Place Published: London
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Very good
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    Title continues: "to Explain in what manner the industry of the people, and the productions of the country, are connected with, and influenced by, internal bills of exchange, country bank notes, and country bankers, Bank of England notes, and branch banks. Written to expose some of the prevailing fallacies on these subjects; and to prove that the laws passed under the influence of those fallacies will greatly obstruct and injure the operations of industry; and have no power to effect the purpose designed by them. With a postscript on the tendency of the wages of labour in England and Ireland to become equal, and the consequences resulting therefrom exemplified." iv, 139p. 22.5 cm. Half leather binding with blue-green paper boards. Ex. library with bookplates, envelopes, and stamps on end papers, cataloguing label affixed to lower left corner of front board. Foxing primarily limited to the first and last several pages in the text. Remaining pages clean. Text unmarked. Very good condition.

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