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" ... articles. Indeed, this is a principle upon which all the writers on Commerce, both practical and speculative, are agreed ; they have thought it so undeniable as to require no particular illustration, and have rather assumed it as an obvious truth... "
Capital, currency, and banking; a ser. of articles publ. in The Economist - Page 81
by James Wilson - 1847
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The Principles of Currency and Exchange

Sir Henry Parnell - Currency question - 1805 - 186 pages
...of all things. This is a principle upon which rill the writers on commerce, both practical and A 2 speculative, are agreed ; they have thought it so...as to require no particular illustration, and have rather assumed it as an obvious truth, than as a proposition which depended upon inference.* It is...
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Observations on the Principles which Regulate the Course of Exchange: And on ...

William Blake - Currency question - 1810 - 132 pages
...of internal trade, a rise will oo " unavoidably take place in the price of ex" changeable articles. Indeed this is a principle " upon which all the writers...they have " thought it so undeniable as to require no par" ticular illustration, and have rather assumed " it as an obvious truth, than as a proposition...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1855
...augmentation of internal trade, a rise will invariably take place in the price of exchangeable articles. Indeed, this is a principle upon which all the writers...as to require no particular illustration, and have rather assumed it as an obvious truth than as a proposition that depended on inference. Upon this idea...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1855
...augmentation of internal trade, a rise will invariably take place in the price of exchangeable articles. Indeed, this is a principle upon which all the writers...; they have thought it so undeniable as to require DO particular illustration, and have rather assumed it as an obvious truth than as a proposition that...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1855
...augmentation of internal trade, a rise will invariably take place in the price of exchangeable articlea. Indeed, this is a principle upon which all the writers...speculative, are agreed ; they have thought it so undeniable aa to require no particular illustration, and have rather assumed it as an obvious truth than as a...
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A Select Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts and Other Publications, on ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - Banks and banking - 1857 - 684 pages
...augmentation of internal trade, a " rise will unavoidably take place in the price of exchange" able articles. Indeed this is a principle upon which all the " writers...to require " no particular illustration, and have rather assumed it as an " obvious truth, than as a proposition that depended on " inference. Upon this...
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Capital, Currency, and Banking: Being a Collection of a Series of Articles ...

James Wilson - Banks and banking - 1859 - 303 pages
...medium is permanently augmented, without a corresponding augmentation of internal trade, a rise w ill unavoidably take place in the price of exchangeable...as here stated. Mr Horner was writing at a period \vhen the currency was inconvertible, when paper was already at a depreciation of 1\ per cent, and...
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