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Journal Article

On the Condition of the Metallic Currency of the United Kingdom, with Reference to the Question of International Coinage

W. Stanley Jevons
Journal of the Statistical Society of London
Vol. 31, No. 4 (Dec., 1868), pp. 426-464
Published by: Wiley for the Royal Statistical Society
DOI: 10.2307/2338797
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Page Count: 39

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Topics: Coinage, Banks, Bullion, Currency, Arithmetic mean, Silver, Countries, Gold bullion, Cost estimates, Melting
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Notes and References

This item contains 11 references.

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    Mr. Hendriks, who throws great light upon this subject, in the "Report of the International Coinage Commission," p. 142
  • "Treatise on the Coins of the Realm," p. 172.
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    " Transactions " of the Manchester Statistical Society," 1868, p. 88
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    "Hankey on Banking," p. 67.
  • Appendix xxii, vol. vi, p. 696.
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    "Philosophical Transactions " (1803), vol. xciii, p. 172.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • G. R. Porter's "Tables of Revenue, &c., of the United Kingdom," part iii (1834), p. 16
    • "Jacob on the Precious Metals," vol. ii, p. 380.
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    Newmarch, " Tooke's History of Prices," vol. vi, p. 701.
  • " Jacob on Precious Metals," vol. ii, p. 382.
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    "Precious Metals," vol. ii, p. 172.
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    "Report of the International Coinage Commission," p. 94.