3 edition of The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company found in the catalog.
The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company
|Other titles||Short view of Spanish America.|
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2501, no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company Short view of Spanish America. Letter to a friend in the country: occasion'd by a report that there is a design still forming by the late directors of the South-Sea Company, their agents and associates, to issue the receipts of the third and fourth subscriptions (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arm in Warwick-Lane, ).
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The Original Plan, Progress, and Present State of the South-Sea-Company, Or, Some Occasional Thoughts on the State of the British Trade in the West Indies, Format: Paperback. The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company: or, some occasional thoughts upon the state of the British trade in the West-Indies, more especially the South-Seas: Shewing, By a short and accurate View, how advantageous that Commerce may be render'd to this Nation thro' a prudent Management, and how disadvantageous from a contrary Conduct.
The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company, The original plan, Some occasional thoughts upon the state of the British trade in the West-Indies, more especially the South-Seas: shewing, by a short and accurate view, how advantageous that commerce may be render'd to this nation thro' a prudent management, and how disadvantageous from a contrary conduct.
The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company: or, some occasional thoughts upon the state of the British trade in the West-Indies, more especially the South-Seas: Published from the original manuscript of John Pullen.
The Original Plan, Progress, and Present State of the South-Sea-Company, Or, Some Occasional Thoughts on the State of the British Trade in the West Indies, More Especially the South-Seas. The South Sea Company: The History of the British Empire’s South American Stock Company examines the history and legacy of one of England’s most notorious trading companies.
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Full text of "An inquiry concerning the rise and progress, the redemption and present state. The novelty of Harley's idea was that he combined this notion of converting government debts with a plan for the South Sea trade.
21 Harley was already familiar with the idea of establishing a joint stock company to trade in the South Sea, and to make a settlement there, because of a proposal submitted to him in November 22 He combined a. The conversion under consideration inhowever, would be on a much larger scale.
In time, the South Sea Company won the bidding war, and the House of Commons approved its debt conversion plan.
Now it was up to the House of Lords to approve or reject the deal. "Pullen, John." "The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company:" 1 "Pullen, John." "Memoirs of the maritime affairs of Great Britain," 1 "Townley, James," "A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy," 1 "Townley, James," "High life below stairs." 2.
The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company, or, Some occasional thoughts on the state of the British trade in the West Indies, more especially the South-seas by: Pullen, John. Published: (). Full text of "London; or, Interesting memorials of its rise, progress, & present state" See other formats.
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The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company, or, Some occasional thoughts on the state of the British trade in the West Indies, more especially the South-seas.
The South Sea bubble of has traditionally been seen as a London-centric event, with its impact on the British peripheries of Ireland and Scotland being largely ignored. This article examines the Scottish context of the bubble, looking at Scottish investment in London, the reactions of Scots to the rise and fall of the Company, and its impact on Scottish projects and schemes.
Great Britain. Act to enable the South-Sea Company to ingraft part of their capital stock and fund into the stock and fund of the Bank of England, and another part thereof into the stock and fund of the East-India Company (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, ).
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