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The Bank of England and its exclusive Privilege, with its immediate Consequence Establishment of the Bank without any exclusive Privilege

When granted

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Banking not a substantive Trade in England

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Consequences

CHAP. II. ✓

Further Consequences of the exclusive Privilege

of the Bank of England

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Gold Standard preferable to Silver

Poor Parts of the Country cannot sustain a

Currency in Gold

Country Parts of England thence distressed

Standard of Silver must be resorted to, or small
Notes must again be issued

PART III.

CORN-LAW RESTRAINTS.

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CHAP. I.

Errors of the Agricultural and Manufacturing
Interests with respect to the Corn Laws

Table of Imports from 1773

Home Growth increased previous to 1815
Has diminished since

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In Reign of Queen Elizabeth adverted to (Note)

Encouragement of Import

Operation explained

Every Season operates as a bad Season

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Injustice as well as Impolicy of Corn Laws
Benefit to Growers at Expense of Consumers -
Raising Prices of Corn with reference to Taxes
In principle the same with Immunity from
Taxes

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Consequences

CHAP. VIII.

Remedy

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Restoration of the Operation of the Laws which prevailed previous to 1815

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