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" The effective currency of a country depends upon the quickness of circulation, and the number of exchanges performed in a given time, as well as upon its numerical amount ; and all the circumstances which have a tendency to quicken or to retard the rate... "
Annual Register - Page 465
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 52

Edmund Burke - History - 1812
...performed in a given lime, as well as upon its numerical amount ; and all the circumstances, which have a tendency to quicken or to retard the rate of circulation, render the sainf amount of currency more or lesť adequate to the wants of trade. A. much smaller amount b required...
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Report, together with minutes of evidence, and accounts, from the Select ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the High Price of Gold Bullion - Currency question - 1810 - 237 pages
...performed in a given time, as well as upon its numerical amount ; and all the circumstance's, which have a tendency to quicken or to retard the rate of circulation,...advances, and provide against accidents by hoarding 5 and in a period of commercial security and private' confidence, than whea mutual distrust discourages...
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The Resources of the British Empire: Together with a View of the Probable ...

John Bristed - Debts, Public - 1811 - 527 pages
...well as upon its numerical amount; and all the circumstances which tend to quicken or retard the state of circulation, render the same amount of currency more or less adequate to the wants of trade. Both the policy of the Bank of England and the competition of the country bankpaper, have tended to...
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The Resources of the British Empire: Together with a View of the Probable ...

John Bristed - Debts, Public - 1811 - 527 pages
...well as upon its numerical amount; and all the circumstances which tend to quicken or retard the state of circulation, render the same amount of currency more or less adequate to the wants of trade. Both the policy of the Bank of England and the competition of the country bankpaper, have tended to...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1812
...given time, as well as upon its numerical amount ; and all the circumstances, which have a teudency to quicken or to retard the rate of circulation, render...currency more or less adequate to the wants of trade. Л much smaller amount U required in H h 3 a high. a high slate of public credit, than when alarms...
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The Financial Register of the United States

Condy Raguet - Finance - 1838
...a tendeney to quicken or to rctard the rnte of cireulation, render the same amount of curreney moie or less adequate to the wants of trade. A much smaller amount is required in a high state of public eredit, than when alarms make individuals call in their advances, and provide against aecidents by...
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The Bankers' Magazine, Volume 8

Banks and banking - 1848
...performed in a given time, as well as upon its numerical amount ; and all the circumstances which have a tendency to quicken or to retard the rate of circulation...security and private confidence, than when mutual mistrust discourages pecuniary arrangements for any distant time." Nor did these considerations escape...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1855
...the country depends upon the quickness of circulation, as well as upon its numerical amount," that "a much smaller amount is required in a high state...confidence, than when mutual distrust discourages pecuniary arrrangements for any distant time." — (P. 26.) In both of these passages, there appears to me to...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1855
...the country depends upon the quickness of circulation, as well as upon its numerical amount," that " a much smaller amount is required in a high state...confidence, than when mutual distrust discourages pecuniary arrrangements for any distant time." — (P. 26.) In both of these passages, there appears to me to...
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Lectures on political economy ... To ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1855
...circulation, as well as upon its numerical amount," that " a much smaller amount is required in a bigh state of public credit, than when alarms make individuals...confidence, than when mutual distrust discourages pecuniary arrrangements for any distant time." — (P. 26.) In both of these passages, there appears to me to...
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