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" Witnesses, entirely to an alleged scarcity of that article, arising out of an unusual demand for it upon the Continent of Europe. This unusual demand for Gold upon the Continent is described by some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French Armies,... "
The Monthly magazine - Page 457
by Monthly literary register - 1810
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 52

Edmund Burke - History - 1812
...some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to...hoarding. Your committee are of opinion, that, in the SOUB() and natural state of the British currency, the foundation of which is gold, no increased demand...
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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
...some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French Armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to...Gold from Other parts of the world, however great, or from^what. ever causes arising, can have the effect of proij for a considerable period of time,...
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Report, Together with Minutes of Evidence, and Accounts, from the ..., Volume 10

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the High Price of Gold Bullion - Currency question - 1810 - 237 pages
...seme of them as being chiefly for the.use of the French Armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to the practice of hoarding. other parts of the world, however great, or from \\ue * ever causes arising, can have the effect...
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Considerations on Commerce, Bullion & Coin, Circulation, and Exchanges: With ...

George Chalmers - Banks and banking - 1811 - 237 pages
...those, who may honour this Tract with a perusal. Here is the Committee's first position : " In the u sound, and natural state of the British currency, " the foundation of which is gold, no increased de" mand for gold, from other parts of the world, how'' ever great, or firom whatever causes arising,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1812
...some of them as being cliieflv for the use of the French armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to...gold from other parts of the world, however great, or from whatever causes arising, cannot have the effect of producing here, for a considerable period...
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Thoughts and Details on the High and Low Prices of the Thirty Years, from ...

Thomas Tooke - Prices - 1824 - 392 pages
...some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French armies, though increased also by that state of alarm and failure of confidence which leads to the practice of hoarding." But this, if true, formed no justification of the departure of the paper from its standard. Whether...
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Annual Register, Volume 52

Edmund Burke - History - 1825
...some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French armies, though increased also by thai, state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to...gold from other parts of the world, however great, or from whatever causes arising, cannot have the effectof producing here, for a considerable period...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Volume 10

Banks and banking - 1850
...as being chiefly for the use of the French armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, aud failure of confidence, which leads to the practice...gold from other parts of the world, however great, or from whatever causes arising, can have the effect of producing here, for a considerable period of...
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History of Europe (from 1789 to 1815). 12 vols. [and] Index vol, Volume 9

sir Archibald Alison (1st bart.) - 1854
...some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to...gold from other parts of the world, however great, can have the effect of producing here, for any length of time, a material rise in its market prices....
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History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in M.DCC ...

Sir Archibald Alison - Europe - 1854
...some of them as being chiefly for the use of the French armies, though increased also by that state of alarm, and failure of confidence, which leads to...natural state of the British currency, the foundation of w/dck is gold, no increased demand for gold from other parts of the world, however great, can have...
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