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A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c. &c. late chairman of the Committee of Secrecy,
TURNER, Samuel, A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c. &c. late chairman of the Committee of Secrecy, London: printed for the author, and sold by J. Asperne and J.M. Richardson; and J. Hatchard. 1819, An unaltered reprint of the 1st ed. of the same year.
ID No: 25772
£250.00
At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the twenty-eighth day of February 1797.
ENGLAND: PRIVY COUNCIL,, At the Council Chamber, Whitehall, the twenty-eighth day of February 1797. London: printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan. 1797, First and only edition.
ID No: 27931
£3500.00
Considerations on the state of the currency.
TOOKE, Thomas, Considerations on the state of the currency. London: John Murray, 1826, First edition.
ID No: 25581
£450.00
Exposure of the fallacies contained in the letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M.P.
WILLIAMS, Charles Wye, Exposure of the fallacies contained in the letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M.P. London: J. Hatchard. 1819, First edition.
ID No: 27089
£250.00
Opinions of Sir James Scarlett, Sir Edward B. Sugden, and Mr. Richards, on the privilege of the Bank of England.
SCARLETT, Sir James, SUGDEN, Sir Edward B. and RICHARDS, Mr., Opinions of Sir James Scarlett, Sir Edward B. Sugden, and Mr. Richards, on the privilege of the Bank of England. [London], 1833, First edition.
ID No: 25497
£150.00
Preliminary part of Paper against Gold;
COBBETT, William, Preliminary part of Paper against Gold; London: John M. Cobbett, 1821, First edition.
ID No: 20206
£150.00
Reasons against national despondency;
REASONS,, Reasons against national despondency; London: T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies (successors to Mr. Cadell). 1797, First edition. Goldsmiths 17190. Kress B.3476 (but a defective copy lacking the half-title). Both Goldsmiths and Kress follow Halkett & Laing's suggestion that the work is by "Nolan": ESTC does not concur, however.
ID No: 17903
£275.00
The real cause of the high price of gold bullion.
COOKE, Edward,, The real cause of the high price of gold bullion. London: J.J. Stockdale. 1819
ID No: 23590
£300.00