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301.: ricardo to murray1 - David Ricardo, The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, Vol. 8 Letters 1819-June 1821 
The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, ed. Piero Sraffa with the Collaboration of M.H. Dobb (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2005). Vol. 8 Letters 1819-1821.
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ricardo to murray1
Gatcomb Park Minchinhampton 3 Jany. 1819
In the next Edinb. Review my pamphlet on “An Economical Currency” will be noticed, and the plan I recommended in it will be favourably spoken of. It was that plan that I wished, or rather Mr. MCulloch wished,2 to see inserted in the present edition of my work. I wrote to you on the subject sometime ago,3 mentioning the pages which might be inserted if you thought it advisable. I think it right to let you know that the subject will be noticed, and recommended in the Review, which will of course tend to give it publicity at a time when it might be advantageously adopted on the Bank’s resuming cash paymts., in order that you may be better able to judge whether to insert or omit the pages referred to in the former pamphlet.—
Mr. Mill writes to me4 that he was much obliged to you for the loan of M. Say’s notes—he is very far from being pleased with them.
I am Dear Sir Faithfully Yrs
[1 ]MS in the possession of Sir John Murray.
[2 ]See above, VII, 353.
[3 ]This letter is wanting.
[4 ]Letter 297.