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Anti-usury tracts by William Brown : a short sermon from an old text, Matt. XXV, 27.

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Published by s.n. in [Montreal? .
Written in English


  • Sermons, Canadian (English).

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Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
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Open LibraryOL20663414M
ISBN 100665416237

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  The Free Library > Humanities > Literature, writing, book reviews > ELH > Septem Consider the not-so-obscurely intertwined proliferation of anti-theatrical and anti-usury tracts during the era, each declaring the limitless shame of a cultural transformation that threatened to reduce all to a groundless play of terms.   Author of A compendious and accurate treatise of recoveries upon writs of entry in the post and fines upon writs of covenant, The Tabernacle, The life of William J. Brown, of Providence, R.I, Incomes policy and pay differentials, Psychological methods of healing, The Adventures Of An American Doughboy, Devil's Whirlwind, Brown's America. Consider the not-so-obscurely intertwined proliferation of antitheatrical and anti-usury tracts during the era, each declaring the limitless shame of a cultural transformation that threatened to reduce all to a groundless play of terms. Milton, on the other hand, depicts God as the kind of cruel lender we see in the anti-usury tracts, thereby providing more justification for Satan’s rebellion. View Show abstract.

Bank regulation in the United States is highly fragmented compared with other G10 countries, where most countries have only one bank regulator. In the U.S., banking is regulated at both the federal and state level. Depending on the type of charter a banking organization has and on its organizational structure, it may be subject to numerous federal and state banking regulations. Usury: A Scriptural, Ethical and Economic View (Millersburg, OH: Anti-Usury League, c), by Calvin Elliott (multiple formats at ) Free trade in money, or Note-shaving, the great cause of fraud, poverty and ruin; stringent usury laws, the best defence of the people against "hard times." An answer to Jeremy Bentham. thenewbookentitled"awomonwillhaveherwille"(thesubtitletoHaughton's EnglishmenFor My Money) usury was old, bad news.^ Tomake his work fresh, lively, and entertaining, Haughton played up anotheraspectofcontemporaryAuthor: Lloyd Edward Kermode. In order to contend with anti-usury tracts such as Robert Fenton's popular Treatise of Usurie (), Filmer debunks the anti-usury argument by offering a radically different understanding of the Biblical prohibition. Filmer continues his analysis of the semantic confusion around usury by offering this understanding of God's prohibition.

Since the s anti-usury tracts - both intellectual and popular - had proliferated in England;4 so by the time Philip Henslowe paid 20 shillings for the new book entitled "a womon will have her wille" (the subtitle to Haughton ' s Englishmen For My Money) usury was old, bad news.5To make his work fresh. BOOK REVIEWS Henri Suhamy discuss the principles of darkness and misrule which govern Macbeth, Moreover, her discussion of contemporary anti-usury tracts italicizes the degree to which the anxieties and economic calculus these tracts inscribe were deeply imbedded in a scriptural and theological foundation. And while.   Far from being an anti-usury play as critics have argued echoing early modern moral tracts, The Merchant of Venice, a play about use and usury, (10) rescues these concepts from a false dichotomy that ignores, for instance, the biblical tradition of the Word turned flesh, the spirit on earth clothed in economic raiments. Don't get me wrong. Even secular Jews might be influenced by tenets of Judaism. There is a anti-usury strain in Judaism (the same as in Christianity and Islam). So what the passage says is correct, but is a highly selective choice of reality. Str (smile back) , 5 October (UTC).