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Capital, currency, and banking; a ser. of articles publ. in The Economist - Page 40
by James Wilson - 1847
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Practical observations on the Report of the Bullion-committee

Charles Bosanquet - Currency question - 1810 - 110 pages
...of a country. It is so much circulating credit. Whoever buys, gives — whoever sells, receives such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equivalent...stipulates the payment of a given quantity of gold gold or silver. So long as this engagement is punctually fulfilled, paper will of course pass current...
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The question concerning the depreciation of our currency stated ..., Volume 3

William Huskisson - 1810
...Whoever buys, gives— whoever sells, receives such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equi, valent to the article bought or sold : — or if he gives...stipulates the payment of a given quantity of . . gold gold or silver. So long as this engagement is punctually fulfilled, paper will of course pass current...
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Remarks on a Pamphlet Intitled, "The Question Concerning the Depreciation of ...

Sir John Sinclair - Currency question - 1810 - 74 pages
...— whoever sells, re" ceives, — such a quantity of pure gold or silver, " as is equivalent to?'!he article bought or sold : " or, if he gives or receives...instead of " money, he gives or receives that which is va. ^luable, only as it stipulates the payment of a " given quantity of gold or silver." •ji<-.....
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 17

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, Henry Reeve, William Empson, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Harold Cox - 1810
...all times forthcoming, and which .lili.ms, that whoever buys, gives, whoever sells, receives, such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equivalent to the article bought or sold ; when it is perfectly well known that the fact is not, and cannot be so, according to the principle...
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The Resources of the British Empire: Together with a View of the Probable ...

John Bristed - Europe - 1811 - 527 pages
...its capital: it is so much of its circulating credit. Whoever buys gives, whoever sells receives such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equivalent...article bought or sold; or if he gives or receives pttpcr instead of money, he gives or receives that which is valuable only as it stipulates the payment...
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The Resources of the British Empire: Together with a View of the Probable ...

John Bristed - Europe - 1811 - 527 pages
...its capital: it is so much of its circulating credit. Whoever buys gives, whoever sells receives such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equivalent...article bought or sold; or if he gives or receives jmper instead of money, he gives or receives that which is valuable only as it stipulates the payment...
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Banks and bankers, by Daniel Hardcastle, jun

Richard Page - Business & Economics - 1842
...much circulating credit ; whoever buys gives, whoever sells receives, such a quantity of pure gold as is equivalent to the article bought or sold. Or...the payment of a given quantity of gold or silver ; money alone is the universal equivalent, paper currency the representative of that money.'" From...
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Capital, Currency, and Banking: Being a Collection of a Series of Articles ...

James Wilson - Banks and banking - 1859 - 303 pages
...country. It is so much circulating credit. Whoever buys, gives — whoever sells, receives — such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equivalent...current with the coin with which it is thus constantly interchangeal le. Both money, therefore, and paper promissory of money, are common measures and representatives...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 41

Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1859
...transactions is specie payments. " Whoever," says Mr. Huskisson, "buys, gives — whoever selle, receives such a quantity of pure gold or silver as is equivalent to the article boughtor sold — or, if he gives or receives paper instead of money, he gives or receives that which...
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The National Currency: April 6, 1864

L. Bonnefoux - Currency question - 1864 - 19 pages
...country. It is eo much circulating credit. "Whoever buys gives, whoever sells receives, such a quantity uf pure gold or silver as is equivalent to the article bought or sold ; or it he gives or receives paper instead of money, he-givea or receives that which is valuable only as...
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