in four parts; and a letter on the jealousy of commerce Isaac de Pinto ... The prosit to be made by it carries almost all the coin to the crucible ; but this might be the subject of a separate treatise. ... This disproportion, according to Mr. Karsseboom, proceeds from a constant and scrupulous attachment to the proportion fixed by the act of the 43d of Elizabeth. ... A general recoinage, instead of answering the end proposed, would only be putting the public to a great expence, and accidents , anbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay on circulation and credit|
|Author||:||Isaac de Pinto|