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A letter on fluctuation in the money market, chiefly with the view of explaining the nature of those violent pressures termed panics : addressed to the bankers of England / by William Joplin
Bib ID 1446983
Format BookBook
Author
Joplin, William
 
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description London : Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 1854 
22, x p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

"Appendix" is dated 1866.

Kashnor copy has ms. corrections by the author for the 3rd ed.

Subjects Money market -- Great Britain.  |  Banks and banking -- Great Britain.

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