Progress and Poverty: An Economic and Social History of Britain, 1700-1850

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13.
B. Hilton, Corn, Cash and Commerce: The Economic Policies of the Tory Governments, 1815-30 ( Oxford, 1977), 56.
14.
F. W. Fetter, The Development of British Monetary Orthodoxy, 1797-1875 ( Cambridge. Mass., 1965), 103.
15.
Quoted ibid. 75.
16.
Hilton, Corn, Cash and Commerce, 48.
17.
Ibid. 59-60.
18.
Ibid. 61.
19.
Ibid. 62.
20.
Fetter, British Monetary Orthodoxy, 102.
21.
Ibid. 75: S. G. Checkland, "'The Birmingham Economists, 1815-50'", Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 1 (1948), 1; Hilton, Corn, Cash and Commerce, 230.
22.
Hilton, Corn, Cash and Commerce, 227.
23.
Ibid. 65.
24.
Quoted in Fetter, British Monetary Orthodoxy, 143.

FURTHER READING

Ashton, T. S., "'The Bill of Exchange and Private Banks in Lancashire, 1790-1830'", Economic History Review, 15 ( 1945).

Black, I., "'Geography, Political Economy, and the Circulation of Finance Capital in Early Industrial England'", Journal of Historical Geography, 15 ( 1989).

Cameron, R. (ed.), Banking in the Early Stages of Industrialization: A Study in Comparative Economic History ( New York, 1967).

"'Banking and Industrialization in Britain in the Nineteenth Century'", in A. Slaven and D. H. Aldcroft (eds.), Business, Banking and Urban History: Essays in Honour of S. G. Checkland ( Edinburgh, 1982).

Checkland, S. G., Scottish Banking: A History, 1695-1973 ( Glasgow, 1975).

----- "'The Lancashire Bill System and its Liverpool Protagonists, 1810-27'", Economica, NS 21 ( 1954).

----- 'The Birmingham Economists, 1815-50', Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 1 ( 1948-9). Collins, M., Banks and Industrial Finance in Britain, 1800-1939 ( 1991).

----- and Hudson, P., "'Provincial Bank Lending in Yorkshire and Merseyside'", Bulletin of Economics Research, 31 ( 1979).

Davies, M. G., "'Country Gentry and Payments to London, 1650-1714'", Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 24 ( 1971).

Fetter, F. W., The Development of British Monetary Orthodoxy, 1797-1875 ( Cambridge, Mass., 1965).

Fulford, R., Glyn's, 1753-1953: Six Generations in Lombard Street ( 1953).

Gershenkron, A., Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective: A Book of Essays ( Cambridge, Mass., 1962).

Hilton, B., Corn, Cash and Commerce: The Economic Policies of the Tory Governments, 1815-30 ( Oxford, 1977).

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