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Observations upon the working, present effects, and future tendencies of the Act no. 1, of 1852 : making bank notes under certain circumstances a legal tender / by Robt. Torrens
Bib ID 5981141
Format BookBook
Author
Torrens, Robert, Sir, 1814-1884
 
Description Adelaide : South Australian Register and Adelaide Observer, 1852 
11 p. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Library's SR copy is inscribed "From the author to his esteemed friend H. Duncan Esq. MD" and is in a quarter bound blue Morocco folding case with gilt lettering. The pamphlet's original owner, the medical practitioner Handasyde Duncan (1811-1878) emigrated to South Australia in 1839, and was the author of The Colony of South Australia (1850). Sir John Ferguson later cited this inscribed copy in his bibliography from the collection of the Adelaide historian Travers C. Borrow (1881-1957).

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 17221.

Subjects Paper money - South Australia.  |  South Australia - Economic conditions.  |  South Australia - Economic policy.  |  South Australia - Colonization - Sources  |  South Australia - Emigration and immigration.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors South Australia. Registrar-General's Office  |  Adelaide Observatory (S. Aust.)
Also Titled

Working, present effects, and future tendencies of the Act no. 1, of 1852

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