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" They represent real property, the most secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. "
Elements of Political Economy - Página 288
por Arthur Latham Perry - 1875 - 543 páginas
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History of Europe (from 1789 to 1815). 12 vols. [and] Index vol

sir Archibald Alison (1st bart.) - 1853
...continue over the kingdom, and France is saved. It is in vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis of these domains, to an ordinary paper...secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation solid ? Because it is based on subjects of real and durable value, as...
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History of Europe from the commencement of the French revolution in M.DCC ...

Sir Archibald Alison - 1853
...continue over the kingdom, and France is saved. It is in vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis • of these domains, to an ordinary paper...secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation solid ? Because it is based on subjects of real and durable value, as...
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The theory and practice of banking, Volumen2

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1856
...the possibility of their depreciation, saying : " It is vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis of these domains to an ordinary paper...secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation solid ? Because it is based on subjects of real and durable value, as...
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The elements of political economy

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1858 - 573 páginas
...the possibility of their depreciation, saying : " It is vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis of these domains to an ordinary paper...secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation solid ? Because it is based on subjects of real and durable value, as...
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The Elements of Political Economy

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1858 - 573 páginas
...the possibility of their depreciation, saying : " It is vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis of these domains to an ordinary paper...possessing a forced circulation. They represent real pioperty, the most secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation...
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The North American Review, Volumen119

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1874
...which was quoted by Mr. Mitchell of Wisconsin : — "It is vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis of these domains to an ordinary paper...secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation solid ? Because it is based on subjects of real and durable value as...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volumen2

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1875
...the possibility of their depreciation, saying— " It is vain to assimilate assignats secured on the solid basis of these domains to an ordinary paper...secure of all possessions, the land on which we tread. Why is a metallic circulation solid ? Because it is based upon subjects of real aud durable value,...
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Money

Francis Amasa Walker - 1877 - 550 páginas
...assimilate assignats, secured on the solid basis of these domains, to an ordinary paper money having forced circulation. They represent real property, the most secure of all possessions, the soil on which we tread.4 The issue was made ; the assignats went into circulation ; and soon came the...
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Political Economy

Arthur Latham Perry - 1883 - 608 páginas
...urging these additional issues. " It is in vain," said Mirabeau, "to compare assignats, secured on the solid basis of these domains, to an ordinary paper....of the Revolution, which quantities were swelled by skilful counterfeiters in the prisons and elsewhere, took strong measures ou the other to prop up their...
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Political Economy

Arthur Latham Perry - 1883 - 608 páginas
...urging these additional issues. " It is in vain," said Mirabeau, "to compare assignats, secured on the solid basis of these domains, to an ordinary paper currency possessing a foreed cireulation. They represent real property, the most secure of all possessions, the land on which...
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