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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-284

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284 EVENING CLASSES Four Lectures on British Manufactures On the Cotton Manufacture and present Crisis in Lan- cashire Value of the Cotton Trade II On the Woollen Manufacture Locality and import- ance of this Manufacture III On the Silk Manufacture Effects of Free Trade IV On the Linen Manufacture Irish Linen Industry These Lectures will be illustrated by samples of the fibrous materials of all countries Bight Lectures on the Commercial Policy of Britain The Board of Trade its history constitution and func- tions II The Mercantile System Erroneous Notions regarding Money Protection to British Industry Import Export and Transit Duties III Mr Huskisson The Petition of the London Merchants Relaxation of Silk Duties Reciprocity Law on Shipping IV Sir Robert Peel and Commercial Reforms Mr Cobden and the Anti-Corn Law League Mr Gladstone's Free Trade Measures Treaty of Com- merce with France VI The Foreign Exchanges Their working Causes of their rise and fall with numerous illustrations VII Monetary Legislation and Commercial Crises The South Sea Bubble Crises of 1837 1847 and 1857 VIII On the Credit Mobilier and other Associations for Mer- cantile Investments BOOKS RECOMMENDED Levi on Taxation McCulloch's Dictionary Consular Reports on the Trade of Foreign Countries Board of Trade's Tables
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