Letters on the currency addressed to Charles Wood, Esq. M.P. (Chairman of the Committee of the House of Commons, now sitting,) ascertaining for the first time, on true principles, the amount of inland and foreign bills of exchange, in circulation for several consecutive years, and out at one time : also, defending country bankers from the charge made against them in the work of S. Jones Loyd, Esq. : and giving unanswerable reasons why the notes of a bank of issue should not be substituted for the circulation of country bankers /
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