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Taylor, 13313, 0. Tyranny unmasked. By John Taylor. Washington, 1822.

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in Common Council, April, 1837. By John Thomason. Philadel.

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population. By J. D. Tuckett. 2 vols. London, 1846. Twiss, 11602, 0. 2. On certain tests of a thriving population. By Travers

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the sixteenth century. By Travers Twiss. London, 1847. Vethake, 9562, 0. The principles of political economy. By Henry Vethake,

LL. D. Philadelphia, 1838. Villerme, 10681, 0. Tableau de l'état physique et moral des ouvriers employés

dans les manufactures de coton, de laine, et de soie. Par M. Vil

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ence to the British Empire. Edited by E. G. Wakefield. London,

1849. 10100, D. 2. Free trade and its so-called sophisms; a reply to sophisins of free trade, &c. 2d edition. London, 1850.

2655, Q. 5. Old and new tariffs compared. Boston, 1820. 2655, Q. 6. The golden fleece; with remarks on woollen manufactures, &c.

11049, D. 3. Petition to Congress of J. Stoddard and others (for protection on wood screws). Philadelphia, 1819.

11050, D. 17, & 11054, D. 18. Memorial on the tariff. Pittsburg, 1824. 11055, D. 14. Proceedings of a meeting of mechanics. New York, 1830. 11055, D. 15. Report of the committee of fifty. New York, 1829

11051, D. 24. Golden rules to depress agriculture, impede manufactures, &c. Salem, 1824.

11054, D. 16. “The manufactures,” 1827.
11053, D. 9. Labor defended against capital. London, 1825.
11053, D. 8. Essay on the rate of wages, &c. Edinburgh, 1846.
11055, D. 7. Female wages.

11070, D. Workingman's companion. Results of machinery. Philadelphia, 1831.

7855, D. 2. The claims of labor. An essay on the duties of the employers and employed. London, 1844.

9553, 0. 2. The parish and the union, or the poor and the poor laws. London, 1837.

13302, 0. Report, &c. on emigration. London, 1827. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq.

13310, 0. Extracts from information received by the commissioners on the poor laws. London, 1833. Gift of I. Lea, Esq.

13309, 0. Report on the administration and operation of the poor laws. London, 1834._Gift of I. Lea, Esq.

13311, 0. Evidence received by the commissioners on the condition of the poor of Ireland. Dublin, 1835. Gift of 1. Lea, Esq.

13308, O. Report of the poor law commissioners. London, 1836. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq.

1345, F. Report of the Commissioners appointed concerning charities in England and Wales. Parts one and five. London, 1838.

10176, O. Report to the Secretary of State for the Home Department from the poor law Commissioners on the training of pauper children. London, 1841.

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10805, 0. Report from the poor laws' Commissioners on an inquiry into the sanitary condition of the laboring population of Great Britain. London, 1842.

1274, F. Report from the Select Committee on Poor Relief (Gilbert Unions). London, 1844.

2420, Q. 1 & 2. First and second reports of the Commissioners for inquiring into the state of large towns and populous districts. London, 1844.

1355, F. 5. Third annual report of the Board of Supervision for the relief of the poor in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1819.

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11014, D. 3. Report of delegates from benevolent societies. Boston, 1834. 11054, D. 6. Report of the Howard Benevolent Society. Boston, 1927.

11044, D. 3. Report of the Hartford Female Beneficent Society. Hartford, 1833.

11046, D. 5. Account of the Female Association for the relief of the sick poor. New York, 1814.

13158, 0. 11, & 13195, 0. 8. Seventeenth annual report of the Young Men's Association. Buffalo, 1853, 1851.

11050, D. 16. Accounts of Guardians of the Poor. Philadelphia, 1804.

11054, D. 4. Articles of the Female Hospitable Society. Philadelphia, 1814.

11014, D. 6. Report of the Female Society for the relief of the poor. Philadelphia, 1835.

11053, D. 4. The same for 1828.
11046, D. 4. The same for 1818.
11046, D. 13. Report of the Ladies' Orphan Society. Philadelphia, 1819.
11054, D. 3. Report of the Female Episcopal Benevolent Society, 1828.

11014, D. 4. Report from the Committee for the relief of the poor. Philadelphia, 1829.

11055, D. 13. Rules and regulations of the theatrical fund. Philadelphia, 1830.

11055, D. 9. Constitution of the Society for bettering the condition of the poor. Philadelphia, 1829.

11055, D. 2 & 6. Constitution and address of the Society for the encouragement of faithful domestics. Philadelphia, 1829 and 1830.

9571, 0. 7. First annual report of the Union Benevolent Association. Philadelphia, 1832.

13158, 0. 8. Rules of the German Society contributing for the relief of distressed Germans in the State of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1813.

13158, 0. 18. Constitution of the indigent widows and single women's society of Philadelphia, with rules for the regulation of the board of managers, &c. Philadelphia, 1853.

11011, D. 5. Acts incorporating the Female Humane Society; also the bylaws. Baltimore, 1830.

13381, 0. Acts relating to the poor of Baltimore, &c. Baltimore, 1830.


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tracted currency. By Archibald Alison. Edinburgh, 1845.
12000, 0. 6. Free trade and a fettered currency. By A. Alison.
Edinburgh, 1847.

Alison, 12000, 0. 3. Observations on the famine of 1847, in Scotland and

Ireland. By W. P. Alison. Edinburgh, 1847. Anderson, 12002, 0. 4. The panic analyzed. By A. Anderson. London,

1847. Ashburton, 11903, 0. 12. The financial crisis considered. By Lord Ash

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By David Parish Barhydt. New York, 1849. Binney, 10327, 0.1. Remarks upon Mr. Binney's letter, of January 3, 1840,

to the Presidents of the Councils of the city of Philadelphia. By the

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esquisses de meurs administratives. Par M. Boucher de Perthes.

2 tomes. Paris, 1835. Gift of the author. Boult, 10470, 0. 11. Law and practice of assurance, banking and joint-stock

companies. By S. Boult. London, 1841. Buchanan, 11176, 0. Inquiry into the taxation and commercial policy of

Great Britain. By David Buchanan. Edinburgh, 1844. Chevalier, 13092, 0. Remarks on the production of the precious metals, and

on the depreciation of gold. By M. Michel Chevalier. Translated

by D. Forbes Campbell, Esq. London, 1853. D' Audiffret, 10686, 0. Système financier de la France, par M. Le Mis. D’Au

diffret. 2 tom. A Paris, 1840.

10727, 0. Examen des revenus publics, par M. Le Mis. D'Audiffret. A Paris, 1839.

10675, 0. Le Budget, par M. Le Mis. D'Audiffret. Paris, 1841. Doubleday, 11885, 0. A financial, monetary, and statistical history of

England from 1688. By Thomas Doubleday. London, 1847. Duane, 9743, 0. Narrative and correspondence concerning the removal of the

deposits, and occurrences connected therewith. By William J. Duane.

Philadelphia, 1838. Gift of the author. Du Bois, 12724, 0. New varieties of gold and silver coins, counterfeit coins

and bullion, with mint values. Second edition, by Jacob R. Eckfeldt and Wm. E. Du Bois, Assayers U. S. Mint. And a brief account of the collection of coins belonging to the Mint. Second edition,

enlarged. By William E. Du Bois. New York, 1851. Eckfeldt, 2384, Q. A manual of gold and silver coins of all nations, struck

within the past century. By Jacob R. Eckfeldt, and William E. Du Bois, Assayers of the Mint of the United States. Illustrated by engravings of coins executed by the medal-ruling machine, and under the direction of Joseph Saxton, of the U. S. Mint. Philadelphia,

1842. Edelman, 12511, 0. 13. Guide to the value of California gold. By George

W. Edelman, U. S. Mint. Philadelphia, 1850. Eliot, 10470, 0. 5. Letter to the Chancellor on banks of issue. By Wm.

Eliot. London, 1840. Ellicott, 10327, 0.2. Bank of Maryland conspiracy, as developed in the re

port of the creditors. By Thomas Ellicott, Trustee of said Bank.

Philadelphia, 1839. Enderby, 12002, 0. 5. Our money laws, the cause of national distress. By

Charles Enderby. London, 1847. Esterno, 10921, 0. 8. Des banques departementales en France. Par D'Es

terno. Paris, 1838. Evans, 12225, 0. 2. The commercial crisis. By D. Morris Evans. London, 1848.

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Faucher, 12995,0. 1. Remarks on the production of the precious metals, and on

the demonetization of gold in several countries of Europe. By Monsieur Leon Faucher. Translated by Thomson Hankey, Jr. 2d edition,

revised. London, 1853. Felt, 9755, 0. An historical account of Massachusetts currency. By Joseph

B. Felt. Boston, 1839. Fenn, 10869, D. Fenn's compendium of the English and foreign funds, with

statements of the debt and revenue of all nations; also of banks, railways, mines and joint-stock companies. 4th edition, revised by

Henry Ayres. London, 1854. Forlong, 12000, 0. 5. Principles of a Bank of character and skill. By

Gordon Forlong. Glasgow, 1847.
Francis, 12415, 0. Chronicles and characters of the Stock Exchange. By

John Francis. London, 1849.
11932, 0. History of the Bank of England; its times and traditions.

By J. Francis. 2 vols. London, 1847.
Freedley, 12840, 0. A practical treatise on business; or how to get, save,

spend, give, lend, and bequeath money: with an inquiry into the chances of success, and causes of failure in business. By Edwin T. Freedley. Also prize essays, statistics, miscellanies and numerous private letters from successful and distinguished business men. Phila

delphia, 1852. Fullerton, 11247, 0. 2. On the regulation of currencies ; being an examina

tion of the principles of restricting the future issues of the Bank of

England. By John Fullerton. London, 1814. Gilbart, 12593, 0. A practical treatise on banking. By James William

Gilbart, F. R. S. First American from the fifth London edition.

New York, 1851. 9448, 0. The history and principles of banking. By James W. Gil

bart. London, 1835.
9520, 0. The history of banking in America. By James W. Gilbart.

London, 1837.
10470, 0. 1. Currency and banking. By J. W. Gilbart. London,

1841. Gouge, 12905, 0. The journal of banking from July, 1841, to July, 1842;

and a history of paper money and banking, &c. &c. By Wm. M.

Gouge. Philadelphia, 1842. Gift of the editor. Gray, 12002, O. 13. The currency question. By J. Gray. London, 1847. 12122, 0. Lectures on the nature and use of money. By John Gray.

Edinburgh, 1848. Hamilton, 10327, 0. 3. A letter by Alexander Hamilton, of New York, on

the subject of banks and the currency. New York, 1839. Hardcastle, 7337, D. Banks and bankers. By Daniel Hardcastle, Jr. Lon

don, 1842. Heath, 10470, 0. 10. Currency and import duties. By Joseph Heath. Lon

don, 1841. Hodgson, 12002, 0. 9. A letter to Sir R. Peel, on the currency. By Adam

Hodgson. London, 1848. Hubbard, 12002, 0. 10. Hubbard on the monetary pressure and distress.

London, 1848. Kinnear, 12002, 0. 2. The crisis and the currency. By John G. Kinnear.

London, 1847. Knowles, 9527, 0. 4. The monetary crisis considered, being a reply to Mr. H.

Palmer's pamphlet " on the action of the Bank of England, &c." and a defence of the joint-stock banks against his accusations. By Sir Francis C. Knowles. London, 1837.

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Lalor, 12924, 0. Money and morals; a book for the times. By John Lalor.

London, 1852. Lawson, 12478, 0. The history of banking, with a comprehensive account of

the origin and progress of the banks of England. By W. J. Lawson.

London, 1850. Leatham, 10470, 0. 6 & 7. Letters on the currency. By Wm. Leatham.

London, 1840, 1841. Leckie, 12002, 0. 11. A letter on the Bank Charter Bill. By William Leckie.

London, 1847 Lee, 12002, 0. 12. What is a pound? By Nathaniel Lee. London, 1848. Legare, 9565, 0. 3. Speech of Mr. H. S. Legare, of S.C. on the bill' impos

ing additional duties as depositories, in certain cases, on public officers.

Washington, 1837. L'Isle, 10737, 0. 5. Du crédit en France. Par M. C. de L'Isle. Paris, 1840. Locke, 9241, D. Historical and political essays on various subjects, viz :

money, &c. By John Locke. London, 1698. D. Loyd, 9520, 0. 5. Further reflections on the currency and the bank of Eng

land. By S. J. Loyd. London, 1837. 9906, 0. 2. Remarks on the management of the circulation, and on the

condition and conduct of the Bank of England, and of the country

issues in 1839. By S. J. Loyd. London, 1810. Macconnell, 9679, 0. 8. Prize essay. By S. Macconnell, Esq. London, 1838. Macgregor, 10627, 0. The commercial and financial legislation of Europe and

America. By John Macgregor. London, 1841. Maclure, 9342, 0. Opinions on various subjects, dedicated to the industrious

producers. By William Maclure. New Harmony, Indiana, 1831.

Gift of the author. Marshall, 9704, 0. A view of the silver coin and coinage of Great Britain, from

1662 to 1827. By George Marshall. London, 1838. Massey, 12000, 0. 11. The money crisis. By Benjamin Massey. London,

1847. Mease, 9565, 0. 13. On the utility of public loan offices and saving funds.

Bý James Mease, M. D. Philadelphia, 1836. Gift of the author. Norman, 12494, 0. 6. An examination of some prevailing opinions as to the

pressure of taxation in this and other countries. By G. W. Norman,
Esq. London, 1850.
9679, 0.3. Remarks upon some errors with respect to currency and
banking. By G. W. Norman. London, 1838.
10470, 0. 2. Letter to Charles Wood on money and the means of

economizing the use of it. By G. W. Norman, Esq. London, 1841. Palgrave, 9699, 0. The ancient kalendars and inventories of the treasury of

his Majesty's Exchequer, together with other documents illustrating the history of that repository. Collected by Sir Francis Palgrave.

3 vols. London, 1836. Gift of the British Government. Pell, 9906, 0.4. Outline of a plan of a national currency, not liable to fluctua

tions in value. By Geo. H. Pell. London, 1840. Phipps, 12002, 0. 3. The monetary crisis. By the Hon. Ed. Phipps. Lon

don, 1847. Postlethwayt, 13315, 0. Great Britain's true system; wherein is shown the

necessity of raising the supplies within the year, &c. &c. By Malachy

Postlethwayt. London, 1757. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. Raguet, 6793, D. A treatise on currency and banking. By Condy Raguet,

LL. D. 2d edition. Philadelphia, 1840. 10913, 0. Traité des banques, par M. Condy Raguet, traduit par L.

Lemaitre. Paris, 1840. Ricardo, 9679, 0. 2. A national bank the remedy for the evils of paper cur

rency. By Samson Ricardo. London, 1838.

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