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MR M C CULLOCH’S PUBLICATIONS. - John Ramsay McCulloch, Treatises and Essays on Subjects connected with Economic Policy with Biographical Sketches of Quesnay, Adam Smith & Ricardo 
Treatises and Essays on Subjects connected with Economic Policy with Biographical Sketches of Quesnay, Adam Smith & Ricardo (Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1853).
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- Mr M C Culloch’s Publications.
- Treaties and Essays On Subjects Connected With Economical Policy; With Biographical Sketches of Quesnay, Adam Smith, and Ricardo
- A Treatise On Money. 1
- Sect. I.—: Circumstances Which Led to the Use of Money. Principal Properties Which Every Commodity Used As Such Ought to Possess. Not a Sign Or a Measure of Value, But a Real Equivalent.
- Sect. II.—: Circumstances Which Regulate the Exchangeable Value of Money.
- Sect. III.—: A Moderate Seignorage On Coined Money Advantageous. Principles Which Should Regulate Its Amount. 1
- Sect. IV.—: Expense of a Currency Consisting of the Precious Metals.
- Sect. V.—: Paper Money. Principle On Which Its Value Is Maintained.
- Sect. VI.—: Whether Gold Or Silver Should Be Adopted As the Standard of the Currency, Or Whether It Should Consist of Both.
- Sect. VII.—: Standard of Money. Degradation of the Standard In Rome, France, Great Britain, and Other Countries. Effects of This Degradation.
- Tables Relative to the Money of the United Kingdom.
- Treatise On the Circumstances Which Determine the Course of Exchange.
- Inland Exchange.
- Foreign Exchange.
- Sect. I.—: Nominal Exchange.
- Sect. II.—: Real Exchange.
- Sect. III.—: Computed Exchange.
- History and Influence of Bills of Exchange.
- Essay On Interest and Usury Laws.
- A Treatise On the Letting and Occupancy of Land.
- 1.: Money Rents.
- 2.: Proportional Rents.
- 3.: Produce Rents.
- 4.: Service Rents.
- An Essay Showing the Erroneousness of the Prevailing Opinions In Regard to Absenteeism.
- Sketch of the History of Commerce, to the Sixteenth Century.
- Sect. I.—: PhŒnician Commerce.
- Sect. II.—: Grecian Commerce.
- Sect. III.—: Roman Commerce.
- Sect. IV.—: Italian Commerce In the Middle Ages.
- Sect. V.—: Vasco De Gama and Columbus.
- An Essay On the Rise, Progress, and Decline of Commerce In Holland.
- An Essay On the Rise, Progress, and Decline of the Hanseatic League.
- Essay On the Origin of the Compass.
- Sketch of the Progress of Maritime Law.
- An Essay On the Colonial System of the Ancients.
- Sketch of the Life and Writings of Francis Quesnay.
- Sketch of the Life and Writings of Adam Smith, Ll.d.
- Sketch of the Life and Writings of David Ricardo, Esq., M.P.
MR MCCULLOCH’S PUBLICATIONS.
In addition to this Volume, Mr. M‘Culloch has published the following Works, viz.:—
- 1. A DICTIONARY, PRACTICAL, THEORETICAL, and HISTORICAL, of COMMERCE and COMMERCIAL NAVIGATION. Illustrated with Maps and Plans. A New Edition, Corrected, Enlarged, and Improved. 8vo. London, 1852.
- 2. A DICTIONARY, GEOGRAPHICAL, STATISTICAL, and HISTORICAL, of the VARIOUS COUNTRIES, PLACES, and PRINCIPAL NATURAL OBJECTS IN THE WORLD, with Maps. A New and Improved Edition, with a Supplement. Two thick and closely printed vols. 8vo. London, 1852.
- 3. A DESCRIPTIVE and STATISTICAL ACCOUNT of the BRITISH EMPIRE; Exhibiting its Extent, Physical Capacities, Population, Industry, and Civil and Religious Institutions. Third and greatly Improved Edition. Two thick vols. 8vo. London, 1847.
- 4. SMITH’S WEALTH OF NATIONS; with a Life of the Author, Notes, and Supplemental Dissertations. Fourth Edition. One vol. 8vo, double columns. London, 1850.
- 5. THE PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY; with some Inquiries respecting their Application, and a Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the Science. Fourth and Amended Edition. One vol. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1849.
- 6. A TREATISE on the PRINCIPLES and PRACTICAL INFLUENCE of TAXATION and the FUNDING SYSTEM. Second and much Improved Edition. One vol. 8vo. London, 1852.
- 7. THE LITERATURE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY: A Classified Catalogue of Select Publications in the different Departments of that Science; with Historical, Critical, and Biographical Notices. One vol. 8vo. London, 1845.
- 8. A TREATISE on the SUCCESSION TO PROPERTY VACANT BY DEATH; including Inquiries into the Influence of Primogeniture, Entails, Compulsory Partition, Foundations, etc., over the Public Interests. One vol. 8vo. London, 1848.
- 9. A TREATISE on the CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH DETERMINE THE RATE OF WAGES and the CONDITION OF THE LABOURING CLASSES. One vol. post 8vo. London, 1851.