A Short History of
Paper Money & Banking


General Reflections
Provincial Paper Money
Continental Money
Bank of North America
  • 1st Bank of the United States
    Banking from 1810 to 1815.
    Banking from 1815 to 1816.
  • 2nd Bank of the United States
  • Banking from 1817 to 1819 Slaughter
    Banking from 1819 to 1820
    Banking from 1820 to 1821.
  • Banking in the Western States
  • Banking in the Southern States
    Banking in New England
    General View of Banking –the fault is in the system
    Banking from 1821 to 1826
  • Banking from 1827 to 1828
    Banking from 1829 to 1833

  • Inquiry into Banking
  • Real Money
  • Discounts, Circulation Bills of Exchange
  • Effects of this System
    Effects on Credit
    Banks as Corporations
    Quality of Bank Notes
  • Convertibility of Bank Medium
    Paper Money Taxes
  • Formation of Bank Capital
  • How Bank Charters Obtained
    Consequences of the System
  • Chapter 24
    Fiscal Concerns
    Proper Principles (solution)
  • Consequences
    System of Sound Currency
  • Summary


    The Journal of Banking
    Number 1
    Issue 2
    Issue 3 --commercial banking
    Issue 4
    Issue 5
        Diary Graball
         Ferret Snapp Newcraft
    Issue 6
    Issue 7 --deluded people
    Issue 8
    Issue 9
    Issue 11
    Issue 12
    Issue 13
    Issue 14
    Issue 15 --state of the country
    Issue 16
    Issue 17 --little French man
    Issue 18
    Issue 19
    Issue 20 --Obituary; science of currency
    Issue 21 --protective tariff
    Issue 22
    Issue 23
    Issue 24 --tobacco money
    Issue 25
    Issue 26

        The Examiner
        Hazard's Register Tyler's plan of finance
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       ForeWord a century after
  • Senator Benton
  • Remove deposit
  • Gold currency
  • End of 2nd Bank o'the U.S.


    Henry Carey
  • Money