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An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain, edited and with an Introduction by F.A. Hayek (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1939).
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The varied nature of the material reproduced in this volume has made it necessary to reset it in new type and it has consequently been impossible to preserve the original pagination. The original spelling has, however, been preserved, and every care has been taken by the publishers to secure faithful reproduction of the original. The alphabetical index at the end of this volume has been compiled by Mr. H. P. H. Gough, B.Sc.(Econ.).
The publishers also wish to express their thanks to Mrs. P. M. Thornton for permission to reproduce J. Hoppner’s portrait of Henry Thornton as a frontispiece to this volume, and to the Goldsmiths’ Librarian of the University of London for permission to reproduce Henry Thornton’s manuscript notes from the copy of Lord King’s Thoughts on the Effects of the Bank Restriction in the Goldsmiths’ Library of the University of London.