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" If gold in England or silver in East India could be brought down so low as to bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India, and if gold were lowered only... "
The History of England - Page 179
by Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1763
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The Universal Merchant, in Theory and Practice: Improved and Enlarged

W. J. Alldridge - 1797 - 426 pages
...gold in proportion to filver. If gold in England, or filver in Eaft-India, could be brought down fo low as to bear the fame proportion to one another...greater demand for filver than for gold to be exported for India ; and if gold were lowered only fo as to have the fame proportion to the filver money in...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1811
...gold in F.u_and, or silver in East-India, could be brought duwn so low as to bear the same proportiou to one Another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver, than tor told to i>e exported to India ; and if gold were lowered only so as to have the same...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 64

1813
...bear (he same proportion to one another in both net, there would be here no greater and for silver than for gold to be exported to India: and if gold were lowered only so as to have the same proportion to the silver money iu England, which it hath to silver in the rest...
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Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century,: Including ...

1841
...bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India. And if gold were lowered only so as to have the same proportion to silver money in England, which it hath to silver in the rest of...
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Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century ..., Volume 2

Stephen Peter Rigaud, bp. Stephen Jordan Rigaud - 1841 - 618 pages
...bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India. And if gold were lowered only so as to have the same proportion to silver money in England, which it hath to silver in the rest of...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Volume 39

...silver. If gold in England or silver in East India could be brought down so low as to bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India, and if gold were lowered only so as to have the same...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1872
...silver. If gold in England, or silver in East India, could be brought down so low as to bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India, and if gold were lowered only so as to have the same...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1872
...the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India, and • if gold were lowered only so as to have the same proportion to the silver money in England, which it hath to silver in the rest...
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The Theory and Practice of Banking, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1875
...silver. If gold in England, or silver in East India, could be brought down so low as to bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India. And, if gold were lowered only so as to have the same...
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Nomisma: Or, "Legal Tender."

Henri Cernuschi - 1877 - 157 pages
...suggests: "If gold in England, or silver in East India, could be brought down so low as to bear the same proportion to one another in both places, there would be here no greater demand for silver than for gold to be exported to India ; and if gold were lowered only so as to have the same...
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