A General History of the Most Prominent Banks in Europe: Particularly the Banks of England and France; the Rise and Progress of the Bank of North America; a Full History of the Late and Present Bank of the United States: to Which is Added, a Statistical and Comparative View of the Moneyed Institutions of New York, and Twenty-Four Other Principal Cities of the United States. Thomas H. Goddard.
A General History of the Most Prominent Banks in Europe: Particularly the Banks of England and France; the Rise and Progress of the Bank of North America; a Full History of the Late and Present Bank of the United States: to Which is Added, a Statistical and Comparative View of the Moneyed Institutions of New York, and Twenty-Four Other Principal Cities of the United States
A General History of the Most Prominent Banks in Europe: Particularly the Banks of England and France; the Rise and Progress of the Bank of North America; a Full History of the Late and Present Bank of the United States: to Which is Added, a Statistical and Comparative View of the Moneyed Institutions of New York, and Twenty-Four Other Principal Cities of the United States
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A General History of the Most Prominent Banks in Europe: Particularly the Banks of England and France; the Rise and Progress of the Bank of North America; a Full History of the Late and Present Bank of the United States: to Which is Added, a Statistical and Comparative View of the Moneyed Institutions of New York, and Twenty-Four Other Principal Cities of the United States.

New York: Sleight, 1831.

First edition. vi, [7]-254 pp. 8vo. Cloth-backed boards, printed paper spine label. Boards chipped, cloth frayed along joints, some loss to label, dampstain to upper portion of textblock. Sabin 27641; Goldsmith 26785; Kress C.2818; Shaw & Shoemaker 7268. Item #316822

Contains Hamilton's report to Congress on currency while Secretary and McDuffie's report on currency presented to the last Congress.

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