Browsing by Subject "Bank notes"
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Banking considered with special reference to a strictly limited issue of government paper money (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1867)I propose to bring under your consideration the subject of Banking with special reference to a strictly limited issue of Government Paper Money.
Banking reserves and currency reform (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1891)The best test of the merits of a monetary or credit system is the fact that its operations attract no notice. As long as all goes well, people in general are quite content with efficient practical working, and, very ...
An examination into the principles of currency involved in the Bank Charter Act of 1844 (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1854)The prospects of the country at the present moment, on the opening of a European war, present many aspects of anxious interest, and afford indications of a revival of many subjects of discussion, as well of an economical ...
On the principles of a note circulation (Dublin Statistical Society, 1857)It may be regarded as established beyond controversy, that the convertibility of bank notes must be preserved. But the conditions under which convertible notes ought to be issued are still open to discussion. Dr Hancock ...