The Rise of the London Money Market, first published in English in 1910, provides an analysis of the growth of the English banking business from the middle of the seventeenth century. This book will be of interest to students of economics, finance and history.
Introduction; Table of Contents; List of Works Quoted; Author’s Note; Preface to the Dutch Edition; 1. The Rise of the London Bankers, 1960-94 2. The Development of the Monopoly of the Bank of England, 1694-1742 3. 1742-1826. The Development of the System of the London Money Market and the Repeal of the Monopoly of the Bank of England; Conclusion
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