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" I always do, upon the assumption that gold will fall to the half of its present value. They will be flung headlong, without rule or measure, down to a lower station, and without ever having the chance of preparation ; for it is the very essence of changes... "
The New Golden Age and Influence of the Precious Metals Upon the World - 25 ページ
Robert Hogarth Patterson 著 - 1882
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 第 149 巻

1879
...and, as was then thought, with good reason, these anticipations of a vast and also a speedy fall iu the value of money, M. Chevalier, like most of the...measure, down to a lower station, and without ever havin'j the chance of preparation ; for it is the very essence of changes of this kind, subjected as...

On the probable fall in the value of gold: the commercial and social ...

Michel Chevalier - 1859 - 196 ページ
...the half of their previous comforts ; reasoning, as I always do, upon the assumption that gold falls to the half of its present value. They will be flung...influences, to pursue an irregular and disorderly course. Now, the persons of whom I am here speaking, comprise a very numerous and various class. They are,...

On the Probable Fall in the Value of Gold: The Commercial and Social ...

Michel Chevalier - 1859 - 196 ページ
...the half of their previous comforts; reasoning, as I always do, upon the assumption that gold falls to the half of its present value. They will be flung...subjected as they are to many opposing influences, to i2 pursue an irregular and disorderly course. Now, the persons of whom I am here speaking, comprise...

A Serious Fall in the Value of Gold Ascertained: And Its Social Effects Set ...

William Stanley Jevons - 1863 - 73 ページ
...the half of their previous comforts ; reasoning, as I always do, upon the assumption that gold falls to the half of its present value. They will be flung...influences, to pursue an irregular and disorderly course." Mr. Cobden, in the preface to his translation of Chevalier's wellknown Essay (p. ix.), expresses a...

A Serious Fall in the Value of Gold Ascertained: And Its Social Effects Set ...

William Stanley Jevons - 1863 - 73 ページ
...the half of their previous comforts; reasoning, as I always do, upon the assumption that gold falls to the half of its present value. They will be flung...influences, to pursue an irregular and disorderly course." Mr. Cobden, in the preface to his translation of Chevalier's wellknown Essay (p. ix.), expresses a...

The Edinburgh Review, 第 149 巻

1879
...an alarming prospect. He said: — This transition will be an interval painful to pass, and will bo marked by innumerable shocks and sufferings. . . ....the very essence of changes of this kind, subjected aa they are to many opposing influences, to pursue an irregular and disorderly course.' This was a...

Investigations in Currency and Finance

William Stanley Jevons - 1884 - 428 ページ
...the half of their previous comforts ; reasoning, as I always do, upon the assumption that gold falls to the half of its present value. They will be flung...influences, to pursue an irregular and disorderly course." 'Cobden, in the preface (p. ix) to his translation of Chevalier's Essay, expresses a similar opinion...

Investigations in Currency and Finance, 第 15 部

William Stanley Jevons - 1884 - 414 ページ
...the half of their previous comforts ; reasoning, as I always do, upon the assumption that gold falls to the half of its present value. They will be flung headlong, without rulo or measure, down to a lower station, and without ever having the chance of preparation, for it...




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