The Crown and the money market, 1603-1640.


Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1960.

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Subjects England -- London.
Financas Publicas.
Finance -- England -- London.
Finance -- Great Britain -- History.
Finance, Public -- Great Britain -- History -- To 1688.
Finance, Public.
Finance.
Great Britain.
Histoire des institutions -- Institutions politiques -- Grande-Bretagne -- Doctrine.
Description 223 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary Financial relations between the early Stuarts and the city of London.
Contents 1. The Organization of the Money Market -- 2. The Royal Demand for Loans -- 3. The Problem of Inducement -- 1. The Royal Equivalent of borrowing upon Bill -- 2. Borrowing upon Bond -- 3. The Pledging of Real and Personal Property -- 4. Privilege and Pressure -- 4. The Crown and The Customs Farmers -- 1. The Nature and Purpose of Customs Farming -- 2. The Financial Organization of the Farms -- The Operations of the Farmers of the Great Customs -- 4. The Operations of the Farmers of the Duties on Wines and Currants -- 5. The Last Days of the Early Stuart Customs Farms -- 5. The Corporation of London as a Loan Contractor (1603-26) -- 1. The Loan of 1604 -- 2. The Loan of 1608 -- 3. The Loan of 1610 -- 4. The Loan of 1617 -- 5. The Loan of 1625 -- 6. The Loan of 1626 -- 6. The Corporation of London as a Land Contractor (1627-40) -- 1. The Royal Contract with the Corporation (1627-8) -- 2. The Raising of the £ 120,000 (December 1627-September 1628) -- 3. The Sale of the Lands and the Repayment of Lenders (1628-41) -- 7. The Course of Royal Borrowing and The Decline in the Royal Credit -- 8. Conclusion.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)252811
(OCoLC)ocm00252811
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Ashton, Robert.
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