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On the general principles and present practice of banking, in England and Scotland : with observations on the justice and policy of an immediate alteration in the charter of the Bank of England and the measures to be pursued in order to effect it / by T. Joplin
Bib ID 1447992
Format BookBook
Author
Joplin, T. (Thomas), 1790?-1847
 
Edition 2nd ed. / Newcastle upon Tyne, 1822 
Description London : [s.n.], 1824 
51 p. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Pages also numbered 531-579.

Extracted from the Pamphleteeer, v. 24, no. 48.

Subjects Banks and banking -- Great Britain.

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