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A remedy suggested for our financial difficulties rendering additional taxation unnecessary. A letter to Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P., by . A deficiency of the legal tender to meet the credit liabilities of the country in times of general discredit, and not a deficiency of the currency, the cause of monetary panics; and an increase of the legal tender, but not of the currency, the remedy.


Published by London, Effingham Wilson; Leeds: Reid Newsome; Manchester: J. & J. Thomson, 1854., 1854
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8°, disbound. Slight browning. Good condition. Oval [deaccession?] stamp of Yale University Library, dated Nov 7 1944, in lower blank margin of p. 12, with pencil annotation dated 1/26/44 to its right. 12 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this proposal to fight the Crimean War without raising taxes, a proposal which should be familiar in light of recent history.*** Copac repeats University of London only. Bookseller Inventory # 38138

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Title: A remedy suggested for our financial ...

Publisher: London, Effingham Wilson; Leeds: Reid Newsome; Manchester: J. & J. Thomson, 1854.

Publication Date: 1854

Edition: 1st Edition

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