Philadelphia : Printed and sold by J. Crukshank ..., 1791.
Book — viii, 504 p. ; 20 cm.
An essay on the danger of too much circulating cash in a state.--An essay on free trade and finance.--A second essay on free trade and finance.--A third essay on free trade and finance.--A fourth essay on free trade and finance.--A fifth essay on free trade and finance.--Strictures on tender-acts.--An essay or humble attempt to examine and state the true interest of Pennsylvania with respect to the paper currency.--An essay on the economy, policy, and resources of the thirteen states, and the means of their preservation.--A dissertation on the nature, authority, and uses of the office of a financier-general.--Remarks on the resolution of council, of the 2d of May, 1781, for raising the exchange to
175 continental dollars for
1 hard.--Strictures on a publication in the Freeman's journal of May 16, 1781, signed Timoleon.--Strictures on two publications in the Freeman's journal of May 30, 1781, signed, Phocion, and Impartial.
Continued.--A dissertation on the political union and Constitution of the thirteen United States.--A sixth essay on free trade and finance.--A seventh essay on free trade and finance.--A plea for poor soldiers.--A review of the principles and arguments of the two foregoing essays.--An essay on the seat of the federal government and the exclusive jurisdiction of Congress over a ten mile district.--Remarks on the address of sixteen members of the Assembly of Pennsylvania to their constituents, dated Sept. 29, 1787.--The weaknesses of Brutus exposed.--An essay on credit.--Strictures on the net produce of the taxes of Great-Britain in the year 1784.--An essay on test-acts imposed with penalties.--An essay on the extent and value of our western unlocated lands.--Scales of depreciation of continental money.--A chronological table of remarkable events.