A treatise on money.--Essays on monetary problems: I. John Law of Lauriston, and the greatest speculative mania on record. II. One-pound notes for England. III. The effects of great discoveries of the precious metals. IV. Bi-metallism both advantageous and practicable. V. The morality of bi-metallism. VI. Stability of the fixed ratio between gold and silver under international bi-metallism. VII. The measurement of variations in the value of the monetary standard. VIII. Causes of movements in general prices. IX. Mr. Giffen's attack on bi-metallists. X. Mr. Alfred de Rothschild's proposal to the Monetary conference. XI. The missing link between gold and silver. XII. The living capital of the United Kingdom. XIII. Capital and labour: their relative strength. XIV. The Indian currency experiment
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