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Baird, Henry Carey, 1825-1912 Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada

Baird, Henry Carey ISNI-test German National Library

VIAF ID: 70334559 (Personal)

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British credit system. inflated bank credit as a substitute for "current money of the realm". the way "to pay debts without moneys" and to make "the rich richer and the poor poorer" xR Extended Titles-test
Criticisms on the recent financial policies of the United States and France, including an attempt to explain the cause of the present prostrate condition of the southern states xR Extended Titles-test
General Washington and General Jackson on Negro soldiers xR Extended Titles-test Library of Congress/NACO
Letters on the crisis, the currency, and the credit system xR Extended Titles-test
Memoir of Col. Alexander Biddle xR Extended Titles-test
Money and its substitutes commerce and its instruments of adjustment xR Extended Titles-test
National finances views of henry carey baird, condition of our credit abroad, lessons drawn from history, policy of the treasury department, the remedy for existing evils xR Extended Titles-test
Protection of home labor and home productions necessary to the prosperity of the American farmer xR Extended Titles-test
Results of the resumption of specie payments in england, 1819-1823; a lesson and a warning to the people of the united states xR Extended Titles-test
Rights of american producers and the wrongs of british-free-trade revenue-reform xR Extended Titles-test
Silver dollar, the original standard of payment of the united states of america, and its enemies xR Extended Titles-test
South, shall it ever become so far civilized as to be fit for a republican form of government, obedient to the constitution and the laws, and pervaded by such a public opinion as shall enforce this true citizenship? or, shall we for another seventy-five years be subject to its vicious legislation, its turbulence and its wars? answer, the dingley tariff ... addressed in criticism of his economic views and recommendations to president roosevelt by way of warning xR Extended Titles-test

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