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" That there is at present an excess in the paper circulation of this Country, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of Bullion, and next to that, the low state of the Continental Exchanges ; that this excess is to be ascribed to... "
The Edinburgh annual register - Sivu 103
1813
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Practical Observations on the Report of the Bullion-committee

Charles Bosanquet - 1810 - 110 sivua
...present an excess in the paper-circulation of this country, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of Bullion, and, next to that, the low state of the continental exchanges : that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and eoutroul on the...

Report, Together with Minutes of Evidence, and Accounts, from the ..., Nide 10

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the High Price of Gold Bullion - 1810 - 237 sivua
...present an excess in the paper circulation of this Country, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of Bullion, and next to that, the low state of the Continental Exchanges ; that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and control in the...

The Resources of the British Empire: Together with a View of the Probable ...

John Bristed - 1811 - 527 sivua
...at present an excess in the paper circulation of England, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of bullion, and next to that, the low state of the continental exchanges, that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and control on the...

The Resources of the British Empire: Together with a View of the Probable ...

John Bristed - 1811 - 527 sivua
...at present an excess in the paper circulation of England, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of bullion, and next to that, the low state of the continental exchanges, that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and control on the...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, Nide 1;Nide 4,Osa 1

Walter Scott - 1813
...of the circulating medium, and of the exchange between Great Britain and foreignparls. Theyreportcd, "thatthere was an excess in the paper circulation,...unfavourable state of the exchange originated in the same cause, and waa farther in creased by the anti-commercial measures of the enemy." They added, "...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, Nide 4,Osa 1

Walter Scott - 1813
...reported, "that there was an excess in the paper circulation, of which the most unequivocal symptom was the very high price of bullion, and next to that the...that the cause of this excess was to be found in the suspenteion of cash paymenta, there being no adequate provision against such an excess, except in the...

The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical ..., Nide 2

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1814
...present an excess in the i'npvr circulation of this Country, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of Bullion, and next to that, the low state of the Continental Exchanges; that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and control in the...

London and Middlesex: Or, An Historical, Commercial, & Descriptive ..., Nide 2

Edward Wedlake Brayley, James Norris Brewer, Joseph Nightingale - 1814 - 4033 sivua
...present an excess in the Paper circulation of this Country, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price of Bullion, and next to that, the low state of the Continental Exchanges; that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and control in the...

The History of the Reign of George III.: To which is Prefixed, A ..., Nide 6

Robert Bisset - 1820
...stated, that there was an excess in the paper circulation, of which the most unequivocal symptom was the very high price of bullion, and next to that the...except in the convertibility of paper into specie ; that the unfa, vourable state of the exchange originated in the same cause, and was farther increased...

Annual Register, Nide 52

Edmund Burke - 1825
...presentan excess in the paper. circulation of this country, of which the most unequivocal symptom is the very high price. of bullion, and next to that the low state of the continental exchanges ; that this excess is to be ascribed to the want of a sufficient check and control in the...




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