A computation of the value of South-Sea stock, on the foot of the scheme as it now subsists. Made from the facts as they are stated by the Directors of the South-Sea Company, in the Accounts and Papers by Them laid before the House of Commons: And Four other States of the same, on the Suppositions in the Titles of the said States respectively mentioned. And Also, Four other States marked A, B, C, D. The State A, shewing, That the Scheme might have been Executed, without carrying the Price of the Stock higher than 150 l. per Cent. The other Three States shew the Value of South-Sea Stock at the respective Periods of Time, and on the several Suppositions in the Titles of the said States mentioned, as the Execution of this Scheme was at first projected. With some remarks relating to these matters. By Archibald Hutcheson, of the Middle-Temple, London, Esq; and Member of Parliament for Hasting, in Sussex.

  • Hutcheson, Archibald, approximately 1659-1740.
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London : [s.n.], Printed in the Year MDCCXX. [1720] [i.e.1721]

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Hanson, 2945
Kress, 3220
ESTC N5267


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