Papers of Charles William Smith, [1895-1910], comprising papers, correspondence and press cuttings relating to stock exchange speculation.
SMITH, Charles William, fl 1893-1912, writer on economics
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Possibly Charles William Smith of Liverpool, who published a series of books and articles on international trade, including Commercial gambling: the principal causes of depression in agriculture and trade (Sampson Low and Co, London, 1893), Original theories upon and remedies for depression in trade, land, agriculture and silver (Sampson Low and Co, London, 1893); International, commercial and financial gambling in `Options and Futures' (PS King and Son, 1906), and The South African war and the `Bear' operator: a financial revolution (PS King and Son, London, 1912).
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Sources: British Library On-Line Public Access Catalogue 97. Compiled by Sarah Aitchison as part of the RSLP AIM25 project.
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Transferred from the Library Pamphlet Collection in 1999.