Treatises and Essays on Money… 1859.

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McCULLOCH, J. R. (1789-1864). Treatises and Essays on Money, Exchange, Interest, The Letting of Land, Absenteeism, The History of Commerce, manufactures ETC.; With Accounts of the Lives and Writings of Quesnay, Adam Smith, and Ricardo. Viii, 564 pp. Interior: Pages age toned, light occasional spotting. Binding: Publisher’s plum/red coloured cloth (some wear and marks, corners bumped). Shelf sticker to spine. 8vo. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1859

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McCULLOCH, J. R. (1789-1864). Treatises and Essays on Money, Exchange, Interest, The Letting of Land, Absenteeism, The History of Commerce, manufactures ETC.; With Accounts of the Lives and Writings of Quesnay, Adam Smith, and Ricardo.

Viii, 564 pp.

Interior: Pages age toned, light occasional spotting.
Binding: Publisher’s plum/red coloured cloth (some wear and marks, corners bumped). Shelf sticker to spine.

8vo. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1859

PROVENANCE: Blind stamps throughout- library occasional small red ink library stamp.

Chapters include: “How Paper is substituted for Coins, and how its Value may be maintained”,
“History and Influence of Bills of Exchange”,
“Sketch of the History of Commerce, To The Sixteenth Century….Phoenician Commerce…Grecian Commerce…Roman Commerce…Vasco De Gama and Columbus”,
“An Essay on Manufactures: Showing the Circumstances Favourable to their Progress, with the Disadvantages Supposed to be Attendant Thereon, and other Particulars”,
“Sketch of the Life and Writings of Francis Quesnay”,
“Sketch on the Life and Writings of Adam Smith L.L.D.”

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 25 × 18 × 7 cm
Author/s

Publisher

Adam and Charles Black

Binding

Cloth

Non-Fiction Subject

Business, Economics & Industry

Special Attributes

Ex-Library

Language

English

Region

Europe

Date

1859

Place of Publication

Edinburgh

Country of Manufacture

United Kingdon