Colonial Currency Reprints, 1682-1751

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A collection, edited by Andrew McFarland Davis, of pamphlets relating to colonial currency, land banks, etc.

Contents

  • Introduction:

CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF PAMPHLETS

  1. Severals Relating to the Fund, etc. 1682
  2. A Discourse in Explanation of the Bank of Credit, etc. 1687
  3. A model for erecting a bank, etc. [London] 1688
  4. Some considerations of the bills of credit, etc. 1691 '
  5. Some additional considerations of the bills of credit, etc. 1691
  6. A model for erecting a bank, etc. [Reprint 1688] 1714
  7. Objections to the bank of credit, etc. 1714
  8. A letter from one in Boston to his friend, etc. 1714
  9. A vindication of the bank of credit, etc. 1714
  10. A projection for erecting a bank, etc. 1714
  11. Some considerations upon the several sorts of banks, etc. 1716
  12. The present melancholy circumstances, etc. 1719
  13. An addition to the present melancholy circumstances, etc. 1719
  14. The distressed state of the town of Boston considered, etc. 1720
  15. A letter from one in the country, etc. 1720
  16. The Postscript. 1720
  17. A letter from a gentleman containing some remarks, etc. 1720
  18. A vindication of the remarks of one in the country, etc. 1720
  19. Reflections on the present state of the province, etc. 1720
  20. The distressed state of the town of Boston once more considered, etc. 1720
  21. Some proposals to benefit the province. 1720
  22. Reflections upon reflections or more news, etc. 1720
  23. New news from Robinson Cruso's Island, etc. 1720
  24. A project for the emission of ;£ 100,000, etc. 1720
  25. A letter to an eminent clergyman, etc. 1720
  26. A word of comfort to a melancholy country, etc. 1721
  27. A friendly check from a kind relation, etc. 1721
  28. A letter from a gentleman in Mount Hope to his friend in Treamount. 1721
  29. A discourse shewing that the real first cause, etc. 1721
  30. The second part of South Sea stock, etc. ' 1721
  31. A modest enquiry into the nature, etc. 1729
  32. Trade and Commerce inculcated, etc. 1731
  33. Money the sinews of trade, etc. 1731
  34. Lex et Libertas. 1732
  35. Extracts from newspapers.
    • The New England Weekly Journal, January 14. 1734
    • The New England Weekly Journal, February 4, 1734
    • The New England Weekly Journal, February 18. 1734
    • The Weekly Rehearsal, February 18. 1734
    • The Boston Gazette, February 25. 1734
    • The Weekly Rehearsal, March 4. 1734
    • The New England Weekly Journal, March 1 1. 1734
  36. The melancholy state of the province considered, etc.
  37. A letter to a member of the Hon. House, etc.
  38. A proposal to supply the trade with a medium, etc.
  39. Some observations on the scheme projected for emitting £100,000, etc.
  40. An essay concerning silver and paper currencies, etc.
  41. A scheme for a paper currency.
  42. A discourse concerning the currencies, etc.
  43. A letter relating to a medium of trade, etc.
  44. A letter from a country gentleman at Boston, etc.
  45. An inquiry into the nature and uses of money, etc.
  46. Postscript to a Discourse concerning the currencies, etc.
  47. A letter to ----, merchant in London, etc. 1741
  48. A letter to the merchant in London to whom is directed, etc. 1741
  49. A second letter to -- -, merchant in London, etc. 1741
  50. Observations occasioned by reading a pamphlet, etc. 1741
  51. An enquiry into the state of the bills of credit, etc. 1743
  52. An account or the rise, progress, etc. of the two late schemes, etc. 1744
  53. A letter from a gentleman in Boston, etc. 1744
  54. A word in season to all true lovers of their liberty, etc. 1748
  55. A brief account of the rise, progress and present state of the paper currency, etc. . 1749
  56. Some observations relating to the present circumstances of the province, etc. 1750
  57. Massachusetts in agony, etc. 1750
  58. Appendix to Massachusetts in agony, etc. 1751

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