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The History of England - Page 178
by Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1763
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The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the ..., Volume 7

Nicholas Tindal - 1763
...Fiance, by frequent ediils to lend them to the mint, and give the king a tax out of them ; I coniider the value only of gold and filver in proportion to...and ordinary affairs, at 5 guilders in fpecie, and 5 llivers, and commonly changed for fo much filvtr monies in three guilder pieces, and guilder pieces...
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The Universal Merchant, in Theory and Practice: Improved and Enlarged

W. J. Alldridge - 1797 - 426 pages
...a tax out of them ; I confider the value only of gold and filver in proportion to one another. The The ducats of Holland and Hungary, and the Empire,...and commonly changed for fo much filver monies in 3 guilder pieces, as guineas are with us for 2 1 s. 6d. fterling; at which rate a guinea Is worth 20...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1811
...to the Mint, and give the king a tax out of them : I consider only the value of Gold and Silver iu proportion to one another. " The ducats of Holland,...people, in their markets, And ordinary affairs, at five guilders in specie, and five stivers ; and commonly changed for so much Silver-monies in three-guilder...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 64

1813
...them to the Mint, aud give the) king a tax out of them : I consider only the value of gold and silver in proportion to one another. • The ducats of Holland,...people, in their markets and ordinary affairs, at five guilders in specie, and five slyvers, and commonly changed for so much silver monies, in threeguilder...
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Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century,: Including ...

1841
...them to the mint, and give the King a tax out of them ; I consider only the value of gold and silver in proportion to one another. The ducats of Holland,...their markets and ordinary affairs, at 5 guilders in specie and 5 stivers, and commonly changed for so much silver money in three-guilder pieces, as guineas...
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Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century ..., Volume 2

Stephen Peter Rigaud, bp. Stephen Jordan Rigaud - 1841 - 618 pages
...them to the mint, and give the King a tax out of them ; I consider only the value of gold and silver in proportion to one another. The ducats of Holland,...their markets and ordinary affairs, at 5 guilders in specie and 5 stivers, and commonly changed for so much silver money in three-guilder pieces, as guineas...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Volume 39

...them to the mint, and give the king a tax out of them. I consider only the value of gold and silver in proportion to one another. "The ducats of Holland...the common people, in their markets, and ordinary affaire, at 5 guilders in specie and 5 stivers, and commonly changed for so much silver moneys in 3-guilder...
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The Numismatic Chronicle, Volume 11

1849
...about 6 per cent, which being abated, a Guinea becomes worth about 20s. and 9<2. in Spain and Portugal. The Ducats of Holland, and Hungary, and the Empire,...their markets and ordinary affairs, at 5 Guilders in Specie, and five Stivers, and commonly changed for so much silver moneyes in three Guilder pieces,...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1872
...valued at fifteen times its weight of fine silver ; and at this rate a guinea is worth 20s. 8úd. * * " The ducats of Holland and Hungary, and the Empire,...people, in their markets and ordinary affairs, at five guilders in specie, and five stivers ; and commonly changed for so much silver moneys in three-guilder...
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The Theory and Practice of Banking, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1875
...is valued at fifteen times its weight of fine Birrer; and at this rate a guinea is worth 20s. Bid. "The ducats of Holland and Hungary, and the Empire, were lately current in Hollaud among the common people, in their markets and ordinary affairs, at five guilders in specie,...
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