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" ... Gentlemen, I need hardly remind you that the stock of silver in the world is estimated at some thousands of millions, and if this conference were to break up without arriving at any definite result there would be a depreciation in the value of that... "
Bimetallism - 140 ページ
Andrew Jackson Utley 著 - 1899 - 256 ページ
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A Treatise on Money and Essays on Monetary Problems

Joseph Shield Nicholson - 1893 - 415 ページ
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell." It does not require any great knowledge of the silver question to deduce some...

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

1894 - 17 ページ
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell. ' ' This opinion quite coincides with the warning given by Mr. Goschen at Leeds,...

Parliamentary Papers, 第 17 巻

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1895
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell." That Conference broke up without doing anything, because the British delegates...

Money and Banking Illustrated by American History

Horace White - 1895 - 488 ページ
...expressed the opinion that if this conference should break up without arriving at any definite result a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell. Mr. Tirard (France) said that his country had an enormous quantity of silver,...

An Honest Dollar; with a Chapter on "The Fall of Prices".

Elisha Benjamin Andrews - 1896 - 183 ページ
...there would be a depreciation in the value of silver which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell. The Rothschild proposal, with the schemes of Moritz Levy and Soetbeer, was...

Money and Banking Illustrated by American History

Horace White - 1896 - 488 ページ
...expressed the opinion that if this conference should break up without arriving at any definite result a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell. Mr. Tirard (France) said that his country had an enormous quantity of silver,...

International monetary conferences: their purposes, character, and results ...

Henry Benajah Russell - 1898 - 477 ページ
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell." The underlying motives in the Rothschild plan do not seem to have been fully...

International Monetary Conferences: Their Purposes, Character, and Results ...

Henry Benajah Russell - 1898 - 477 ページ
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell." The underlying motives in the Rothschild plan do not seem to have been fully...

"An American commoner": the life and times of Richard Parks Bland. A study ...

William Vincent Byars - 1900 - 404 ページ
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate, and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell. Other apprehensions with regard to the probable effects of threatened legislation...

Stephen M. White: Californian, citizen, lawyer, senator. His life and his ...

Stephen Mallory White, Leroy E. Mosher - 1903
...would be a depreciation in the value of that commodity which it would be frightful to contemplate and out of which a monetary panic would ensue, the far-spreading effects of which it would be impossible to foretell. his neck, suggests a compromise, his attitude is ridiculous. Much better for...




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