The key of wealth; or, a new way , for improving of trade,:lawfull,easie, safe and effectuall

The key of wealth
1650. Potter, William?
Although this book was published anonymously, author Potter’s intention was to give how the commercial development was dependent on the quick circulation of goods. He argued that it was required for a quick commercial transaction to circulate the notes on security of land, house or remarkable capital and to found a company of the reliable merchant who should have responsibility in the note published in the name of itself. It is important from the viewpoint of the theorys’ history that he turned attention to the increase in circulating capital and set the new element as the object of economic argument.
(Library for Humanities and Social Sciences(5-3-1845) a registration number 38387 1928.4.19 receiving)
references : Minami, Yuzo “Kohan Keizaisho Kanken” (Kobe Shodai Shinbun 1935.3.20)