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The Resource The present state of the French revenues and trade, : and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and Mr. Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's remonstrance to the King, April 17, 1720. against reducing annuities to Two per Cent. A letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the New System of the Finances, and particularly on the Reimbursment of Annuities. His Letter about Credit, and its Use. An Answer to those Two Letters, approving the System. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of Annuities and Credit, and explaining the Use of Money, and the Advantages of Bank Bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of the Council of State, dated the 22d of May, 1720, (electronic resource)

The present state of the French revenues and trade, : and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and Mr. Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's remonstrance to the King, April 17, 1720. against reducing annuities to Two per Cent. A letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the New System of the Finances, and particularly on the Reimbursment of Annuities. His Letter about Credit, and its Use. An Answer to those Two Letters, approving the System. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of Annuities and Credit, and explaining the Use of Money, and the Advantages of Bank Bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of the Council of State, dated the 22d of May, 1720, (electronic resource)

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The present state of the French revenues and trade, : and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and Mr. Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's remonstrance to the King, April 17, 1720. against reducing annuities to Two per Cent. A letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the New System of the Finances, and particularly on the Reimbursment of Annuities. His Letter about Credit, and its Use. An Answer to those Two Letters, approving the System. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of Annuities and Credit, and explaining the Use of Money, and the Advantages of Bank Bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of the Council of State, dated the 22d of May, 1720
Title
The present state of the French revenues and trade,
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and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and Mr. Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's remonstrance to the King, April 17, 1720. against reducing annuities to Two per Cent. A letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the New System of the Finances, and particularly on the Reimbursment of Annuities. His Letter about Credit, and its Use. An Answer to those Two Letters, approving the System. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of Annuities and Credit, and explaining the Use of Money, and the Advantages of Bank Bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of the Council of State, dated the 22d of May, 1720
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Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • 5872
  • T145770
Citation source
  • Goldsmiths'
  • English Short Title Catalog
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1671-1729
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Law, John
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  • Law, John
  • France
  • Theater
  • Finance, Public
  • France
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The present state of the French revenues and trade, : and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and Mr. Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's remonstrance to the King, April 17, 1720. against reducing annuities to Two per Cent. A letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the New System of the Finances, and particularly on the Reimbursment of Annuities. His Letter about Credit, and its Use. An Answer to those Two Letters, approving the System. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of Annuities and Credit, and explaining the Use of Money, and the Advantages of Bank Bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of the Council of State, dated the 22d of May, 1720, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Translated from the French
  • Price from imprint: price 1 s
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
  • NC. A compilation, no original title found
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ESTCT145770
Dimensions
80
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unknown
Extent
[4],110p.
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electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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The present state of the French revenues and trade, : and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and Mr. Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's remonstrance to the King, April 17, 1720. against reducing annuities to Two per Cent. A letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the New System of the Finances, and particularly on the Reimbursment of Annuities. His Letter about Credit, and its Use. An Answer to those Two Letters, approving the System. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of Annuities and Credit, and explaining the Use of Money, and the Advantages of Bank Bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of the Council of State, dated the 22d of May, 1720, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Translated from the French
  • Price from imprint: price 1 s
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
  • NC. A compilation, no original title found
Control code
ESTCT145770
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4],110p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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