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" by making our commodities which are exported, to overbalance in value the foreign wares which we consume." " It is not . . . the keeping of our money in the kingdom which makes a quick and ample trade, but the necessity and use of our wares in foreign... "
History of India - Page 170
by Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - 1907
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
...those who have wares cannot want money," and that " it is not the keeping of our money in the kingdom, but the necessity and use of our wares in foreign countries, and our niant of oilier commodities, that causelh the vent and consumption on all sides which causeth a quick...
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A History of British India: To the union of the old and new companies under ...

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1900 - 419 pages
...national treasure. England can only acquire bullion, since she hath neither gold nor silver mines, ' by making our commodities which are exported, to over-balance...which causeth the vent and consumption on all sides.' 3 'For,' as Mun privately wrote : 'if we only behold the actions of the husbandman in the seed1 The...
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The University of Texas Record, Volume 6

1906
...examples of the opposite policy. "It is not * * * the keeping of our money in the kingdom," he said, "but the necessity and use of our wares in foreign countries, and our want of their commodities that causeth the vent and consumption on all sides, and which makes quick and ample trade." 2 Lewes...
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The East India Trade in the XVIIth Century in Its Political and Economic Aspects

Sir Shafaʼat Ahmad Khan - East Indies - 1923 - 325 pages
...100,000, the money exported brings in commodities which are sold here for 494,223. 6s. 8d. 3 Nor is it the keeping of our money in the kingdom which makes...causeth the vent and consumption on all sides '.* ' For if we only behold the actions of the husbandman in the seed-time when he casteth away much good corn...
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Studies in Empire and Trade

John Wynne Jeudwine - Colonial companies - 1923 - 463 pages
...of the nation. Since England had neither gold nor silver mines, they said, it could only get money by " making our commodities which are exported to overbalance in value the wares which we consume. . . . It is not the keeping of our money in the kingdom which makes a quick...
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Studies in Empire and Trade

John Wynne Jeudwine - Colonial companies - 1923 - 463 pages
...of the nation. Since England had neither gold nor silver mines, they said, it could only get money by " making our commodities which are exported to overbalance in value the wares which wo consume. . . . It is not the keeping of our money in the kingdom which makes a quick...
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The English East India Company: The Study of an Early Joint-stock Company ...

K. N. Chaudhuri - Business & Economics - 1999 - 245 pages
...that have Wares cannot want money.. . It is not therefore the keeping of our money in the Kingdom, but the necessity and use of our wares in foreign Countries, and our want of their commodities that causeth the vent and consumption on all sides, which makes a quick and ample Trade.' 1 It is important...
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David Ricardo: Critical Responses, Volume 2

Terry Peach - Economics - 2003 - 1304 pages
...who have wares cannot want money,” and that “it is not the keeping of our money in the kingdom, but the necessity and use of our wares in foreign countries, and our want of other commodities, that causeth the vent and consumption on all sides which causeth a quick and ample...
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