More Greene, Mutual Banking Stuff, at Libertarian Labyrinth
He links to Edwin R. A. Seligman's mention of it in "Curiosities of Early Economic Literature":
This particular volume is of additional interest because we know that a copy—perhaps the same copy that is here exhibited to you—was brought to the American Colonies and gave the impulse to the first and short-lived banking experiment in Massachusetts, in 1681.
Andrew McFarland Davis, in chapter one of Currency and Banking in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, likewise traces an obscure 1681 land bank experiment at least in part to Potter's inspiration.
Meanwhile, the Greene editing project continues apace. $25 to Shawn's PayPal account gets you on the preorder list for
the Mutual Banking, PT. 1 volume of the Blazing Star Library. This latter will be a hand-bound hardcover book, containing Equality (1849), Mutual Banking (1850), and Mutual Banking (1870), a bibliographic essay, some additional notes from the Fragments (1875), and probably a few other odds and ends.
More volumes are also in the planning stages:
A second volume will include the parallel edition, a new critical aggragate edition, material by Proudhon, William Beck and Edward Kellogg, and, hopefully, the Palladium articles, together with more interpretive material from me. A third volume will collect as much of the debate surrounding Greene's banking works as I can assemble.