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I. The Decline has taken place, for the national banks, by abrupt drops in periods of business revival, with steadiness in intervening periods, 697.--Has extended to all classes of banks, 698.--Due proximately to rapid increase of deposits, with stationary capital, 699.--II. The main cause has been an increase of lawful money supplied to the banks by the general public, 703.--III. The same tendency appears in the English banks, the Canadian banks, the State banks, 708.--IV. The decline not necessarily an indication of weakness, 712.
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