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The History of Banks:
To Which Is Added, a Demonstration ofthe Advantages and Necessity of Free Competi-tion In the Business of Banking.
Richard Hildreth
Batoche Books
Kitchener
2001
 
Original Edition: Boston: Milliard, Gray & Company. 1837.
This editionBatoche Books Limited52 Eby Street SouthKitchener, OntarioN2G 3L1Canadaemail: batoche@gto.net
 
Contents
Chapter I: Banks of Venice, Genoa and Barcelona............................5Chapter II: Banks of Amsterdam and Hamburg................................6Chapter III: Bank of England.............................................................8Chapter IV: Private Banks...............................................................10Chapter V: Scotch Banks.................................................................10Chapter VI: Law’s System of Banking. Land Banks........................11Chapter VII: Mississippi System.....................................................13Chapter VIII: Continuation of the History of the Bank of England.Stoppage and Resumption of Specie Payments.........................16Chapter IX: Continuation of the History of English Private Banks.Joint Stock Banks......................................................................22Chapter X: Government Paper Money.............................................23Chapter XI: Colonial Currencies of Paper Money in America........25Chapter XII: American Banks.........................................................28Chapter XIII: First Bank of the United States.................................29Chapter XIV: State Banks. Stoppage of Specie Payments...............32Chapter XV: Second Bank of the United States. Resumption of SpeciePayments...................................................................................35Chapter XVI: Panic of 1818–19......................................................36Chapter XVII: Continuation of the History of American Banks......41Chapter XVIII: The controversy touching the re-charter of the SecondBank of the United States. Panic of 1833–34............................44Chapter XIX: Present State of American Industry and Trade..........50Chapter XX: Banks on the Continent of Europe..............................51Part Second: A Demonstration of the Advantages and Necessity of Free Competition, in the Business of Banking...........................53Chapter I: The Received Theory of Banking...................................53Chapter II: New Theory of Banking,...............................................60Chapter III: Of a National Bank......................................................75

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