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" until it should be incontestably demonstrated that the adoption of a new system offered superior advantages, justifying the abandonment of that which was approved by experience and rooted in the habits of the people, the British government could not take... "
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for ... - Seite 303
von American Philosophical Society - 1887
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Journal of the Society of Arts, Band 16

1868
...adoption of a new svstem offers advantages superior enough to justify the abandonment of that which is approved by experience, and rooted in the habits of the people, the English government will not deem it its duty to take the initiative in the path of assimilation of...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Band 59

William Buck Dana - 1868
...which would be continued even if the bill became a law. The British delegates at the Paris meeting stated that, "until it should be incontestably demonstrated...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent." A period of suspension of specie payment like the present, it has been stated,...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Band 58

William Buck Dana - 1868
...limited instructions from their government, formally to state to the Conference (5th seance, p. 64), that, until it should be incontestably demonstrated...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent. The plan proposed by the Conference has been formally transmitted by the...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Band 58

1868
...64), that, until it should be incontestably demonstrated that the adoption of a new system ottered superior advantages justifying the abandonment of...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent. The plan proposed by the Conference has been formally transmitted by the...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Band 58

William Buck Dana - 1868
...incontestably demonstrated that the adoption of a new system offered superior advantages justifying tho abandonment of that which was approved by experience,...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent. Tlie plan proposed by the Conference has been formally transmitted by the...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Band 59

William Buck Dana - 1868
...adoption of a new system offered superior advantages, justifying the abandonment of that which wi.s approved by experience and rooted in the habits of...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent." A period of suspension of specie payment like the present, it has been stated,...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Band 59

William Buck Dana - 1868
...offered superior advantages, justifying the abandonment of that which wa8 approved by experience ar.d rooted in the habits of the people, the British government...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent." A period of suspension of specie payment like the present, it has been stated,...
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Papers Relating to Foreign Affairs, Band 1

United States. Department of State - 1868
...advantages justifying the ahandonment of that which was approved hy experience, and rooted in the hahits of the people, the British government could not take...initiative in assimilating its money with that of the nations of the continent." The plan proposed hy the conference has heen formally transmitted to the...
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Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress ..., Band 1

United States. Congress. Senate - 1868
...adoption of a new system offered superior advantages, justifying the abandonment of that which w,i? approved by experience and rooted in the habits of the people, the British government conld not take the initiative in assimilating its money with that of initiations of the continent."...
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Papers Relating to Foreign Affairs, Band 1

United States. Department of State - 1868
...a new system offers advantages sufficiently commanding to justify the abandonment of that which is approved by experience and rooted in the habits of the people, the English government could not believe it to be its duty to take the initiative iu assimilating its coinage...
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