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" ... only the same relationship to other commodities, in value, that it would continue to have had as an article of simple barter ; the only difference being that all variations are expressed by the smaller or greater quantity of gold (money) that, at... "
Capital, currency, and banking; a ser. of articles publ. in The Economist - Page 76
by James Wilson - 1847
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 13

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, William Empson, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Henry Reeve, Harold Cox - 1809
...necessary to understand the tenor of the assertion. As the price of any article, or its value in exchange, is determined by the proportion which the supply bears to the demand, it necessarily happens, if the supply is enlarged while the deniand continues the same, that the price...
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THE ENDINBURGH REVIEW

ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE - 1809
...necessary to understand the tenor of the assertion. As the price of any article, or its value in exchange, is determined by the proportion which the supply bears to the demand> it necessarily happens, if the supply is enlarged while the demand continues the same, that the price...
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Capital, Currency, and Banking: Being a Collection of a Series of Articles ...

James Wilson - Banks and banking - 1859 - 303 pages
...now. To render this part of the discussion more plain, it will be useful here to recal the readerts attention to a fact explained in our first article...article, until, the supply being diminished, the price will rise to that rate which will afford the usual wages for labour and profit on capital; so, on the...
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The National Debt, Taxation, Currency and Banking System of the United ...

James Gallatin - Banks and banking - 1864 - 61 pages
...chattels — and are bought and sold as such. The price of every article, or its value in exchange, is determined by the proportion which the supply bears to the demand ; if the supply is enlarged while the demand continues the same, the price of the article (United States...
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Kritische Dogmengeschichte der Geldwerttheorien

Friedrich Hoffmann - Currency question - 1907 - 294 pages
...Banktechnische Details. 4) The irnmcdiate exchangeable value of any commodity is determined by thc Proportion which the supply bears to the demand, but the ultimate value, by die quantity of labour required to produee it. p. 77/8. 5) p. 78. 6) If a large import of bullion took...
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The Law Journal: Consisting of Original Communications on Legal ..., Volume 3

Law - 1807
...says,l|' lhat of all mer'chandize, and of-every thing which is the subject of ' coin merce,the value is determined by the proportion ' which the supply bears to the demand.' This is alsoadmitted, but, ;ts Ğil ready observed,* it does not account for the increased price ,...
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