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" ... an ounce, losing in this manner between two and a half and three per cent upon the coinage of so very large a sum. Though the bank therefore paid no seignorage, though the government was properly at the expense of the coinage, this liberality of government... "
Currency fallacies refuted, and paper money vindicated, by the author of An ... - Страница 62
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Том 1

Adam Smith - 1789
...fum. Though the bank therefore paid no feignorage, though the government was properly at the expence of the coinage, this liberality of government did not prevent altogether the expence of the bank. THE Scotch banks, in confequence of an excefs of the fame kind, were all obliged...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Том 2

Adam Smith - 1811
...the bank, therefore, paid no seignorage, though the government was properly at the expense of this coinage, this liberality of government did not prevent altogether the expense of the bank, v The Scotch banks, in consequence of an excess of the same kind, were all obliged to employ constantly...

The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1812
...fum. Though the bank therefore paid no feignorage, though the government was properly at the expence of the coinage, this liberality of government did not prevent altogether the expence of the bank. The Scotch banks, in confequence of an excefs of the fame kind, were all obliged...

The Works of Adam Smith, LL.D. and F.R.S. of London and Edinburgh:: The ...

Adam Smith - 1812
...fum. Though the bank therefore paid no feignorage, though the government was properly at the. expence of the coinage, this liberality of government did not prevent altogether the expence of the bank. The Scotch banks, in confequence of an excefs of the fame .kind, were all obliged...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Том 2

Adam Smith - 1819
...the bank, therefore, paid no seignorage, though the government was properly at the expense of this coinage, this liberality of government did not prevent altogether the expense of the bank. The Scotch banks, in consequence of an excess of the same kind, were all obliged to employ constantly agents...

On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - 1821 - 538 страници
...after issued in coin at 3/. 17*. l0^d. an ounce, losing in this manner between two and a half and three per cent, upon the coinage of so very large a sum....did not prevent altogether the expense of the Bank." On the principle above stated, it appears to me most clear, that by not re-issuing the paper thus brought...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Том 1

Adam Smith - 1822
...issued in coin at 31. 175. lO^rf. an ounce, losing in this manner between two and a half and three per cent, upon the coinage of so very large a sum....not prevent altogether the expense of the bank. The Scotch banks, in consequence of an excess of the same kind, were all obliged to employ constantly agents...

Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Том 1

1824
...sum. Though the bank, therefore, paid no seignorage, though the Government was properly at the expence of the coinage, this liberality of Government did not prevent altogether the expence of the bank." pears most clear, that, by not reissuing the paper thus brought in, the value...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Том 2

Adam Smith - 1835
...three per cent. upon the coinage of so very large a sum. Though the bank therefore paid no seigniorage, though the government was properly at the expense...not prevent altogether the expense of the bank. The Scotch banks, in consequence of an excess of the same kind, were all obliged to employ constantly agents...

The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Том 10

1850
...the Bank, therefore, paid no seignorage, though the government was properly at the expense of this coinage, this liberality of government did not prevent altogether the expense of the Bank. " The Scotch banks, in consequence of an excess of the same kind, were all obliged to employ constantly agents...




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