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Attwood, Thomas
Author of The remedy, or Thoughts on the present distresses
Remedy, or Thoughts on the present distresses Author of the
Scotch banker
Thomas Attwood (banqueiro, economista e político britânico)
Thomas Attwood (British politician)
Thomas Attwood (britisk politikar og økonom)
Thomas Attwood (britisk politiker og økonom)
Thomas Attwood (Brits econoom (1783-1856))
Thomas Attwood (brittisk politiker och ekonom)
Thomas Attwood (englischer Politiker)
Thomas Attwood (personnalité politique britannique)
Эттвуд, Томас
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Jones, C.
Jones, Richard
Peel, Robert (1788-1850; Sir))
Proprietor of Land
Redfern, William
Sinclair, John (1754-1835; Sir))
Vansittart, Nicholas (1766-1851))
Young, Arthur (1741-1820))
Bank-note restriction (Scotland).
Borough election, June 30th, 1841 Mr. Thomas Attwood's speech on the nomination of Joshua Scholefield, Esq., as candidate for Birmingham.
currency observations on the Letters of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, baronet, to the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, as printed in the Times newspaper of January the 20th, 1843, The
Disputatio medica inauguralis de Apoplexia, quam... eruditorum examini submittit Thomas Attwood
Easy progressive lessons : four sonatinas
Exportation of gold Mr. T. Attwood's speech, in the House of Commons, on May 30, 1839.
late prosperity, and the present adversity of the country, explained the proper remedies considered, and the comparative merits of the English and Scottish systems of banking discussed, The
Lecture upon home colonization clearly demonstrating its practicability and the immense advantages that would accrue to the country by its immediate adoption : recently delivered in Birmingham
letter to the Right Hon. Nicholas Vansittart on the creation of money, 1817:, A
letter to Thomas Atwood, Esq., in reply to his speech at the public meeting, held in Birmingham, May 8, 1829, for the purpose of considering the distressed state of the country, A
Minutes of evidence taken before the committee of the whole house ... to consider several petitions ... against the Orders in council
Observations on currency, population, and pauperism in two letters to Arthur Young, Esq
On circulating credit with hints for improving the banking system of Britain, and preliminary observations on some of the modern doctrines of political economy
present state of banking in England considered in a letter addressed to the Right Hon. Earl Fitzwilliam, The
Principles of price being a reply to a speech delivered by Thomas Attwood, Esq. in the House of Commons, February 13th, 1826.
Reflections on the cause of the public distresses, and on the only means of relieving them. -
Remedies proposed as certain, speedy, and effectual, for the relief of our present embarrassments
remedy, or Thoughts on the present distresses. -, The
Report of the important discussion held at Beardsworth's Repository, in Birmingham, August 28 and 29, 1832 between Messrs. T. Attwood and C. Jones and Mr. Cobbett on the question, "Whether it is best for the safety and welfare of the nation to attempt to relieve the existing distress by an action on the currency, or by an equitable adjustment of the taxes, rents, debts, contracts, and obligations, which now strangle the industry of the country?
Scotch banker containing articles under that signature on banking, currency, &c., The
second letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the bank reports, as occasioning the national dangers and distresses, A
Selected economic writings of Thomas Attwood.
Speech of Thomas Attwood, Esq. at the town meeting, against the renewal of the East India charter, held ... January 8, 1813
State of Ireland (The cause of the present disturbances in Ireland, as shewn by Mr. Attwood in his seventh letter on the subject of the currency, addressed to the editor of The Farmers' Journal, and inserted in that paper on the 15th May, 1820).
Thomas Attwood, p. [3] (décédé en 1856, économiste, politicien ; p. [18] né 1783-10-06)
Thought on the report of the Committee appointed by the House of Commons to inquire into the agricultural distress; earnestly recommended to the serious consideration of the peoplke of the United Kingdom.
Two letters, addressed to the Duke of Wellington, on a change in the system of taxation, with security to the fund-holder ... on the corn laws, and Mr. Wills on rating wages
Disputatio--Méd.--Utrecht, 1705?