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" ... money be in a greater or less quantity. The good policy of the magistrate consists only in keeping it, if possible, still increasing; because by that means he keeps alive a spirit of industry in the nation, and increases the stock of labour in which... "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - Page 423
1825
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Essays and treatises on several subjects

David Hume - 1804
...the nation, and increases the stock of labour, in which consists all real power and riches. A nation, whose money decreases, is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand. This will be easily accounted for, if...
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - Philosophy - 1809
...nation, antl increases the stock of labour, in which consists all real power and riches. A nation, whose money decreases, is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand. This will be easily accounted for, if...
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Money and Its Vicissitudes in Value: As They Affect National Industry and ...

Samuel Bailey - Banks and banking - 1837 - 224 pages
...the nation, and increases the stock of labour, in which consists all real power and riches. A nation whose money decreases, is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand. This will be easily accounted for, if...
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Philosophical Works, Volume 3

David Hume - Philosophy - 1854
...the nation, and increases the stock of labor in which consists all real power and riches. A nation, whose money decreases, is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand. This will be easily accounted for, if...
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Whither are We Drifting as a Nation?

Freeman Otis Willey - Currency question - 1882 - 544 pages
...the nation, and increases the stock of labor, in which consist all real power and riches. A nation whose money decreases is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand." Mr. Jevons, of the Owens University,...
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The Conspiracy Against Silver: Or, A Plea for Bi-metallism in the United States

Elihu Jerome Farmer - Silver question - 1886 - 144 pages
...the nation, and increases the stock of labor, in which consists alt real power and riches. A nation whose money decreases is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand.' "Alexander Hamilton in his report (1791)...
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The Philosophy of Price, and Its Relation to Domestic Currency

Nelson A. Dunning - Money - 1887 - 275 pages
...the nation and increases the stock of labor, in which consists all real power and riches. A nation whose money decreases is actually at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand." William II. Crawford, Secretary of the...
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Essays: Moral, Political, and Literary, Volume 1

David Hume - Ethics, Modern - 1889 - 24 pages
...the nation, and encreases the stock of labour, in which consists all real power and riches. A nation, whose money decreases, is actually, at that time, weaker and more miserable than another nation, which possesses no more money, but is on the encreasing hand. This will be easily accounted for, if...
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On Revolutions and Progress in Economic Knowledge

Terence Wilmot Hutchison - Economics - 1978 - 349 pages
...the nation, and increases the stock of labour, in which consists all real power and riches. A nation, whose money decreases, is actually, at that time, weaker and more miserable than another nation, which possesses no more money, but is on the increasing hand. . .The worker has not the same employment...
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Monetary Theory: 1601-1758

Antoin E. Murphy, Chūhei Sugiyama - Business & Economics - 1997 - 360 pages
...the nation, and encreases the stock of labour in which consists all real power and riches. A nation, whose money decreases, is actually, at that time weaker and more miserable than another nation, which possesses no more money, but is on the encreasing hand (p. 70). In the essay 'Of the Balance...
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