History of the Bank of England, 1640-1903

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Psychology Press, Oct 14, 1966 - Business & Economics - 455 pages
First Published in 1966. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION I
3
Part I
14
BANKING AFTER THE RESTORATION
32
FOUNDATION OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND
43
POLITICAL NECESSITY FOR A BANK
54
CHAPTER II
60
THE OPPONENTS OF THE BANK
67
COMPARISON BETWEEN THE BANK OF ENGLAND AND THE PRINCIPAL
72
THE INQUIRY OF 1832 AND THE ACT OF 1833
256
CHAPTER III
263
CHAPTER IV
269
THE CURRENCY PRINCIPLE AND THE PROMOTORS OF THE ACT OF 1844
278
CHAPTER VI
284
Part II
295
CHAPTER I
311
THE RESERVE
321

CHAPTER IV
86
CHAPTER VI
103
Part III
128
CHAPTER II
146
CHAPTER III
154
Part IV
161
FINANCIAL POLICY OF WILLIAM PITT
174
CHAPTER III
187
CHAPTER IV
203
CHAPTER V
218
CHAPTER VI
235
INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER
245
THE CRISIS OF 1847
331
CHAPTER II
343
THE CRISIS OF l866
353
CHAPTER IV
362
SCHEMES FOR REFORM AND MR GOSCHENS PROPOSAL
370
CHAPTER II
381
APPENDIX
389
conclusion
402
BIBLIOGRAPHY
433
INDEX
447
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