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The Australian and Californian Gold Discoveries

Date: 1853
Dimensions:
Overall: 205 x 135 x 28 mm, 0.5 kg
Medium: Cloth, gilt, Ink on paper, graph
Credit Line: ANMM Collection Purchased with USA Bicentennial Gift funds
Classification:Books and journals
Object Name: Book
Object No: 00016945
Place Manufactured:Edinburgh

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    Description
    The Australian and Californian Gold Discoveries, and their probable consequences; or, an inquiry into the laws which determine the value and distribution of the precious metals: with historical notices of the effects of the American mines on European prices in the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

    In a series of letters.

    By Patrick James Stirling, F.R.S.E. Author of "The Philosphy of Trade".

    Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale Court. Agents in london, Simpkin, Marshall, & Co. 1853
    Additional Titles

    Primary title: THE AUSTRALIAN AND CALIFORNIAN GOLD DISCOVERIES, AND THEIR PROBABLE CONSEQUENCES; OR, AN INQUIRY INTO THE LAWS WHICH DETERMINE THE VALUE AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE PRECIOUS METALS

    Web title: The Australian and Californian Gold Discoveries

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