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" ... positively, and without the least fear that I can be answered — what heretofore I have but suggested — that a paper issued by Government, with the simple promise to receive it in all its dues, leaving its creditors to take it or gold and silver,... "
The Works of John C. Calhoun: Speeches ... delivered in the House of ... - Página 256
por John Caldwell Calhoun - 1853
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Life of John C. Calhoun: Presenting a Condensed History of Political Events ...

John Caldwell Calhoun - 1843 - 554 páginas
...that I never uttered nor entertained. The suggestions which he has so perverted have been a favourite topic of attack on the part of the senator, but he...which could not be abused by the government ; that would be as steady and uniform in value as the metals themselves ; and that if, by possibility, it...
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Life of John C. Calhoun: Presenting a Condensed History of Political Events ...

John Caldwell Calhoun - 1843 - 554 páginas
...said truly and fairly ; and, after his many and unsuccessful attempts to show what I suggested to b? erroneous, I now undertake to affirm positively, and...which could not be abused by the government ; that would be as steady and uniform in value as the metals themselves ; and that if, by possibility, it...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 14

1844
...perverted have been a favorite topic of attack on the paît of the Senator, but he has never yet stated or met what I really said truly and fairly ; and after...which could not be abused by the Government, that would be as steady and uniform in value as the metals themselves ; and that if, by possibility, it...
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Facts and Suggestions Relative to Finance & Currency, Addressed to the ...

Duff Green - 1864 - 80 páginas
...would circulate, form a perfect paper circulation, which conld not be abused by the Government ; thnt it would be as steady .. and uniform in value as the...effect of depreciation would be virtually to reduce the iaxes, to prevent which the interest of the Government would be a sufficient guarantee. I shall not...
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Mutual Banking: Showing the Radical Deficiency of the Present Circulating ...

William Batchelder Greene - 1870 - 52 páginas
...at their option, would, to the extent that • it would circulate, form a perfect paper-circulation, which could not be abused by the government ; that...not on the people, but on the government itself," &c. — JC CALHOON : Speech in reply to Mr. Webster on the Sub-Treasury Bill, March 22, 1838. Mutual...
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The Money Question: The Wealth and Resources of the United States, and why ...

William Augustus Berkey - 1878 - 392 páginas
...leaving its creditors to take it, or gold and silver, at its option, would, to the extent to which it would circulate, form a perfect paper circulation,...which could not be abused by the government; that would be as steady and uniform in value as the metals themselves. I shall not go into the discussion...
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Liberty and Law: Or, Outlines of a New System for the Organization and ...

Britton Armstrong Hill - 1880 - 387 páginas
...by government, with the simple promise to receive it for all its dues, would, to the extent it could circulate, form a perfect paper circulation, which...not be abused by the government; that it would be as uniform in value as the metals themselves; and I shall be able to prove that it is within the Constitution...
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The Texcoco-Huehuetoca Canal: Proposed as a Basis on which to Issue Treasury ...

Albert Kimsey Owen - 1880 - 120 páginas
...issued by Government, with the simple promise 16 receive it for all its dues, would, to the extent it would circulate, form a perfect paper circulation, which could not be abused by the Government ; lhat it would be as uniform in value as the metals themselves ; and I shall be able to prove that...
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Currency: Or, The Fundamental Principles of Monetary Science Postulated ...

Hugh Bowlby Willson - 1882 - 309 páginas
...that it would circulate, form a perfect circulation, which could not be abused by the Government, and would be as steady and uniform in value as the metals themselves." Again he says (vol. iii. pp. 123, 124), on the same page (vol. iii. p. 306), — " If I were to go...
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Union Pacific Employes' Magazine, Volume 4

1889
...answered, that a paper issued by the Government with the single promise to receive it for dues, would form a perfect paper circulation, which could not be abused by the Government ; that it would be as uniform in value as metals, and I shall be able to prove that it is within the constitution and power...
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