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" ... liable to be issued in excess, and are consequently subject to depreciation. Second, That convertibility is not alone a sufficient guarantee that a mixed currency of bank notes and coin shall conform, in its variations, to the same laws that would... "
Capital, currency, and banking; a ser. of articles publ. in The Economist - Page 67
by James Wilson - 1847
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Capital, Currency, and Banking: Being a Collection of a Series of Articles ...

James Wilson - Banks and banking - 1859 - 303 pages
...conform, in its variations, to the same laws that would regulate a purely metallic currency. Third, That issuers of bank notes have power to increase or decrease the circulation at pleasure. Fourth, That, by an expansion or contraction of the issues of bank notes at pleasure, the prices of...
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Money

Charles Moran - 1863
...conform in its variations to the same laws that would regulate a purely metallic currency. " Third. That issuers of bank notes have power to increase or decrease the circulation at pleasure. " Fourth. That by an expansion or contraction of the issues of bank notes at pleasure, the prices of...
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Money

Charles Moran - Money - 1863 - 228 pages
...conform in its variations to the same laws that would regulate a purely metallic currency. " Third. That issuers of bank notes have power to increase or decrease the circulation at pleasure. " Fourth. That by an expansion or contraction of the issues of bank notes at pleasure, the prices of...
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Congressional serial set

United States. Government Printing Office - Banks and banking - 1910
...conform, in its variations, to the same laws that would regulate a purely metallic currency. "Third, That issuers of bank notes have power to increase or decrease the circulation at pleasure. "Fourth, That, by expansion or contraction of the issues of bank notes at pleasure, the prices of commodities...
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Journal of the Institute of Bankers, Volume 11

Banks and banking - 1890
...conform, in its variations, to the same laws that would regulate a purely metallic currency. " Third. That issuers of bank notes have power to increase or decrease the circulation at pleasure. " Fourth. That, by expansion or contraction of the issues of bank notes at pleasure, the prices of...
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