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The Crown and the money market, 1603-1640.

Author: Robert Ashton
Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1960.
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Financial relations between the early Stuarts and the city of London.
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Genre/Form: History
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Ashton, Robert.
Crown and the money market, 1603-1640.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1960
(OCoLC)576157978
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Ashton
OCLC Number: 252811
Description: 223 pages 23 cm
Contents: 1. The Organization of the Money Market --
2. The Royal Demand for Loans --
3. The Problem of Inducement --
1. The Royal Equivalent of borrowing upon Bill --
2. Borrowing upon Bond --
3. The Pledging of Real and Personal Property --
4. Privilege and Pressure --
4. The Crown and The Customs Farmers --
1. The Nature and Purpose of Customs Farming --
2. The Financial Organization of the Farms --
The Operations of the Farmers of the Great Customs --
4. The Operations of the Farmers of the Duties on Wines and Currants --
5. The Last Days of the Early Stuart Customs Farms --
5. The Corporation of London as a Loan Contractor (1603-26) --
1. The Loan of 1604 --
2. The Loan of 1608 --
3. The Loan of 1610 --
4. The Loan of 1617 --
5. The Loan of 1625 --
6. The Loan of 1626 --
6. The Corporation of London as a Land Contractor (1627-40) --
1. The Royal Contract with the Corporation (1627-8) --
2. The Raising of the £ 120,000 (December 1627-September 1628) --
3. The Sale of the Lands and the Repayment of Lenders (1628-41) --
7. The Course of Royal Borrowing and The Decline in the Royal Credit --
8. Conclusion.

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Financial relations between the early Stuarts and the city of London.

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