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A Second Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal : On the Proposed Change of Currency, And Other Late Alterations, As They Affect, Or Are Intended to Affect, The Kingdom of Scotland

By Scott, Walter, Sir

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Title: A Second Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal : On the Proposed Change of Currency, And Other Late Alterations, As They Affect, Or Are Intended to Affect, The Kingdom of Scotland  
Author: Scott, Walter, Sir
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Language: English
Subject: Currency question -- Scotland, Banks and banking -- Scotland, Free coinage
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1826
Publisher: Edinburgh; Printed for William Blackwood; London; Printed for T. Cadell

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Sir 1771-1832, S. W. (1826). A Second Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal : On the Proposed Change of Currency, And Other Late Alterations, As They Affect, Or Are Intended to Affect, The Kingdom of Scotland. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.in/


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