APA Citation

(1840). Monetary currency, or, The operation of money shown to be a perfect science: And that the unlimited amount and uncertain issue of paper, or other fictitious money, is the sole and immediate cause of all the commercial evils that now afflict the trading world. London: E. Wilson.

Chicago Style Citation

Monetary Currency, Or, The Operation of Money Shown to Be a Perfect Science: And That the Unlimited Amount and Uncertain Issue of Paper, or Other Fictitious Money, Is the Sole and Immediate Cause of All the Commercial Evils That Now Afflict the Trading World. London: E. Wilson, 1840.

MLA Citation

Monetary Currency, Or, The Operation of Money Shown to Be a Perfect Science: And That the Unlimited Amount and Uncertain Issue of Paper, or Other Fictitious Money, Is the Sole and Immediate Cause of All the Commercial Evils That Now Afflict the Trading World. London: E. Wilson, 1840.

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