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The minister mistaken; or, the question of depreciation erroneously stated by Mr. Huskisson.
London: Samuel Clarke. 1843. 8vo., 40pp., recently well bound in linen-backed marbled boards lettered. A good copy. First edition. The author was apparently John Taylor (1781-1864), a London publisher, and author of a prolific number of papers and books, many on money, banking, foreign exchanges, currency and the like. The present is a retrospective re-analysis of Huskisson's famous The question concerning the depreciation of our currency stated and examined> (1810). 'The circumstances of the present time have conferred on the work an importance almost equal to that which first attended its first appearance. ... For these reasons, it was thought desirable to take a review of the arguments urged by Mr. Huskisson with so fatal a success'. [Author's Preface>].
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