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" That the prices of commodities do not depend upon the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon the amount of the whole circulating medium ; but that, on the contrary, the amount of the circulating medium is the consequence of... "
Capital, currency, and banking; a ser. of articles publ. in The Economist - Page 85
by James Wilson - 1847
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An Inquiry Into the Currency Principle: The Connection of the Currency with ...

Thomas Tooke - Banks and banking - 1844 - 165 pages
...the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon the amount of the whole of the circulating medium ; but that, on the contrary, the...circulating medium is the consequence, of prices. 13. That it is the quantity of money, constituting the revenues of the different orders of the State,...
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A Few Words of Friendly Caution to the Tories in the Two Houses of ..., Volume 2

T. B - Catholic emancipation - 1844 - 41 pages
...depend upen the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon the amount of the circulating medium, but that on the contrary, the...the circulating medium is the consequence of prices. Nearly the whole of these propositions appear to me to be as unsound in principle, and as directly...
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Sir Robert Peel's Act of 1844, Regulating the Issue of Bank Notes, Vindicated

George Arbuthnot, Sir Robert Peel - Currency question - 1857 - 111 pages
...the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon the amount of the whole of the circulating medium, but that, on the contrary, the...circulating medium is the consequence of prices." If it were meant by the concluding phrase of this paragraph, that prices are the means by which the...
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Capital, Currency, and Banking: Being a Collection of a Series of Articles ...

James Wilson - Banks and banking - 1859 - 303 pages
...commodities do not depend upon the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon tbe amount of the whole circulating medium; but that,...proposition, that the prices of commodities in Europe, aftt r thc discovery of the mines of South America, did not depend upon the quantity of money indicated...
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A System of Political Economy

John Emelius Lancelot Shadwell - Economics - 1877 - 625 pages
...the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon the amount of the whole of the circulating medium ; but that, on the contrary, the...circulating medium is the consequence of prices." * This conclusion appeared the height of absurdity to Colonel Torrens, who was undoubtedly an able...
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Money

Francis Amasa Walker - Money - 1877 - 550 pages
..."The prices of commodities," says Mr. Tooke, "do not depend upon the quantity of money, . . . but, on the contrary, the amount of the circulating medium is the consequence of prices." The first reason does not seem to me entitled to much respect. It reads very much like the old catch...
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Die Theorie des Geldes: kritische Untersuchungen

Richard Hildebrand - Gold - 1883 - 146 pages
...by the amount of banknotes, nor upon the amount of the whole of the circulating medium; but, on tne contrary, the amount of the circulating medium, is the consequence of prices." Indess gibt es wiederum andere Stellen, aus denen hervorgeht, dass selbst Tooke die Theorie vom Einfluss...
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The Standard of Value

William Leighton Jordan - Bimetallism - 1896 - 187 pages
...there supports Tooke's argument that ' the prices of commodities ' do not depend upon the quant1ty of money indicated by the amount of ' bank notes,...contrary, the amount of the circulating medium is the con' sequence of prices.' Of course, both Mr. Tooke and Mr. Wilson excluded from their argument inconvertible...
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The Economic Review, Volume 8

Sociology, Christian - 1898
...prices of commodities do not depend upon the quantity of money indicated by the amount of bank-notes, nor upon the amount of the whole circulating medium,...circulating medium is the consequence of prices." The true reason, it seems, then, why banks cannot raise prices by increasing their issues of convertible...
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A Handbook of Alternative Monetary Economics

Philip Arestis, Malcolm C. Sawyer - Business & Economics - 2006 - 524 pages
...indicated by the amount of bank notes, nor upon the amount of the whole of the circulating medium; but ... on the contrary, the amount of the circulating medium is the consequence of prices'. Prices increased, still according to Tooke, as a result of bad harvests, the depreciation of the external...
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