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Epitome of a Scheme of Finance 15: Whereby a Considerable Revenue May Be Obtained Without Taxation or Any Burthen [I.E. Burden] on the Country, While It Would Afford Great Relief to the Agricultural, Commercial, Trading and Manufacturing Interests of the Country, at This Particular and Most Important Crisis, by Lending Money on Mortgages and by Issuing Notes as a Circulating Medium, Where Every Note So Issued Shall Represent the Fraction of a Mortgage on Freehold, Copyhold, and Leasehold Property, and Pass Into the Hands of the Public, Through the Medium of Such Loans. With Observations on the Means of Improving and Extending the General Resources of the British Empire

Colquhoun, Patrick
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
London : J. Hatchard, bookseller to the Queen, Piccadilly, 1816 (London : G. Smeeton, St. Martin's Lane)
Language
English
Variant Title
Bullion finance
Description
24 p. : table ; 22 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Attributed to Patrick Colquhoun.
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    a| Epitome of a scheme of finance : b| whereby a considerable revenue may be obtained without taxation or any burthen [i.e. burden] on the country, while it would afford great relief to the agricultural, commercial, trading and manufacturing interests of the country, at this particular and most important crisis, by lending money on mortgages and by issuing notes as a circulating medium, where every note so issued shall represent the fraction of a mortgage on freehold, copyhold, and leasehold property, and pass into the hands of the public, through the medium of such loans. With observations on the means of improving and extending the general resources of the British Empire. n| 15
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