The Natural Law of Money

Brough, William
(1826-?)
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1896
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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons
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1896
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1. [1]This valuation is used throughout, to preserve uniformity in the calculations, though in Nov. 1893, when this was written, silver was worth less.

Chapter III

2. [2]These figures give the average daily clearings for the year 1892.

Chapter IV

3. [3] Life and Works, x., 375.

4. [4] Letter to Abbé Reynal

5. [5]Jefferson's Works, vol. vi., p. 232.

6. [6]Ib., p. 434.

7. [7]Jefferson's Works, vol. vi., p. 147.

Chapter V

8. [8] The following figures, taken from the official statement of the Canadian government for the month ending July 31, 1893, form the basis, in regard to Canada, of these computations:

The population of Canada is computed at five millions.

9. [9] The following figures, taken from the official statement of the United States Treasury for August 1, 1893, form the basis, in regard to the United States, of these computations:

The amount of gold held by the national banks is from the report of the Comptroller of the Currency for the year ending October 31, 1893.

The population of the United States is estimated at sixty-seven millions.

Chapter VII

10. [10] Thomas Paine.

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