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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS COPY - WHIPPLE’S Free Trade in Money, Or Note-shaving, the Great Cause of Fraud, Poverty

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS COPY  blind stamp on cover:  FREE TRADE IN MONEY OR NOTE-SHAVING, THE GREAT CAUSE OF FRAUD,  POVERTY AND RUIN: STRINGENT USURY LAWS, The BEST DEFENCE OF THE PEOPLE AGAINST “HARD TIMES”. AN ANSWER TO JEREMY BENTHAM. BY THE HON. JOHN WHIPPLE,  OF RHODE ISLAND.  Money is a labor-saving invention, authorized and regulated by government for the convenience of the people; and he who thrives by buying and selling it adds nothing to the wealth of the state, but interferes with the industry of others.  BOSTON: DAYTON & WENTWORTH, 80 WASHINGTON STREET. 1855.1st edition in original wraps, professionally repaired  at spine using period paper. 

 

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