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Some Things Never Change

July 19th, 2007 at 12:34 pm

It seems a bit odd doing a book review about a book written in 1898, but

Text is "Everybody's Guide to Money Matters: with a description of the various investments chiefly dealt in on the stock exchange, and the mode of dealing therein" and Link is http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/1903"
"Everybody's Guide to Money Matters: with a description of t... is actually a fun read. It's amazing how much things have stayed the same, such as cheque writing procedures, and yet the anachronistic references tickle my fancy. For example, the reference to reducing the government debt accumulated during the last great war seems familiar - until you realise that it's the Battle of Waterloo being referred to! I can recommend having a read through this book for fun. And, being a free ebook from the gutenberg project, the price is right Wink

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