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The analysis of trade, commerce, coin, bullion, banks, and foreign exchanges wherein the true principles of this useful knowledge are fully but briefly laid down and explained, to give a clear idea of their happy consequences to society, when well regulated

Author: Philip Cantillon; Richard Cantillon
Publisher: London Lewis [u.a.] 1759
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Cantillon; Richard Cantillon
OCLC Number: 174548651
Notes: Das Werk basiert hauptsächlich auf: Essai sur la nature de commerce / von Richard Cantillon
Description: XXIV, 215 S.
Responsibility: taken chiefly from a ms. of a very ingenious gentleman deceas'd, and adapted to the present situation of our trade and commerce by Philip Cantillon

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