Profusion of paper money, not deficiency in harvests, taxation, not speculation ; the principal causes of the sufferings of the people ; with an appendix containing observations on the report of the committee of the House of Commons appointed to enquire into the high price of provisions ; and an important inference from Mr. H. Thornton's speech in Parliament on March 26 / by a banker.
- London : Printed for J.S. Jordan, 1802 (London : Printed by W. Nicholson)
32 p. ; 21 cm.
- Paper money -- Great Britain.
Taxation -- Great Britain.
Currency question -- Great Britain.
- "The following letters were published some time since in an evening paper."
Letters signed: W. X.
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