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1781, Table showing depreciation of paper currency
A 1781 document by James Simpson, Intendent-General the Police in South Carolina which included a table of the progressive depreciation of the paper
currency, proofs and evidence presented to the commissioners who prepared that table, as well as some observation on the topic. Monthly tables
listed the purchaser or buyer, the quality of the specie, and its price from 1777 to May 1780. Another set of monthly tables for the same period listed
the produce and prices. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the John Carter Brown Library in Providence, R.I.).
Title:   An Accurate table, ascertaining the progressive depreciation of the paper-currency, in the province of South-Carolina, during the late usurpation : with a comprehensive digest of the proofs and evidences, laid before the commissioners appointed for that purpose, by the Honourable James Simpson, Esquire, intendant-general of the police in the said province, whereon the said table is founded : To which are subjoined, a few brief observations, tending to elucidate so intricate a subject.
OCLC Number:   62805318
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