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" Mr BUTLER, remarked that paper was a legal tender in no Country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the Government of such a power. Mr MASON was still averse to tying the hands of the Legislature altogether. If there was no example in Europe as just... "
Arguments of Counsel in the Court of Appeals of the State of New York: Upon ... - 40 페이지
저자: New York (State). Court of Appeals - 1863 - 239 페이지
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Financial History of the United States

Davis Rich Dewey - 1902 - 530 페이지
...remarked that paper was a legal tender in no country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the government of such a power. MR. MASON was still averse to tying the hands of the legislature altogether. lf there was no example in Europe, as just remarked, it might be observed, on the other side, that...
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Financial History of the United States

Davis Rich Dewey - 1902 - 530 페이지
...remarked that paper was a legal tender in no country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the government of such a power. MR. MASON was still averse to tying the bands of the legislature altogether. lf there was no example in Europe, as just remarked, it might...
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The Principles of Money

James Laurence Laughlin - 1903 - 550 페이지
...in no country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the government of such a power. MR. MASON [Va.] was still averse to tying the hands of the legislature...the government was restrained on this head. MR. READ [Del.] thought the words, if not struck out, would be as alarming as the mark of the beast in Revelation....
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The Writings of James Madison: 1787. The journal of the Constitutional ...

James Madison - 1903
...legal tender in no Country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the Government of such a power. M' Mason was still averse to tying the hands of the Legislature...which the Government was restrained on this head. M' Read, thought the words, if not struck out, would be as alarming as the mark of the Beast in Revelations....
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Legal Tender: A Study in English and American Monetary History

Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge - 1903 - 181 페이지
...in no country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the government of such a power. MB. MASON [Va.] was still averse to tying the hands of the legislature...which the government was restrained 'on this head. MB. READ [Del.] thought the words, if not struck out, could be as alarming as the mark of the beast...
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The Thirty Years' War on Silver: Money Scientifically Treated and Logically ...

Adolphus Leigh Fitzgerald - 1903 - 364 페이지
...money was a legal Europe. " tender in no country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the government of such a power. " Mr. Mason was still averse to tying the hands of the legislature altogether. [Italics Mr. Madison's.] If there was no example in Europe, as just remarked, it might be observed,...
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Our Constitution: Why and how it was Made - who Made It, and what it is

Edward Waterman Townsend - 1906 - 322 페이지
...States to remove the possibility of paper money," he said. Read thought the words, "and emit bills," "if not struck out, would be as alarming as the mark of the beast in Revelations." Langdon said he would rather reject the whole plan than retain the three words; and Madison,...
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The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, 2권

United States. Constitutional Convention - 1911 - 1352 페이지
...remarked that paper was a legal tender in no Country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the Government of such a power. Mr Mason was still averse to tying...out, would be as alarming as the mark of the Beast in Revelations. Mr. Langdon had rather reject the whole plan than retain the three words "(and emit bills").18...
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Manual for the General Court, 13권

New Hampshire. Secretary of State - 1913
...that "the Monied interest will oppose the plan of Govern ment, if paper emissions be not prohibited." Read "thought the words, if not struck out, would be as alarming as the mark of the Beast in Revelations." As it was generally felt that the government under the power to borrow money would have...
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Great Debates in American History: Finance, part 1

Marion Mills Miller - 1913
...country in Europe. He was urgent for disarming the Government of such a power." ........... "Ms. BEAD thought the words, if not struck out, would be as alarming as the mark of the beast in Bevelation. " And, on the motion to strike out those words from the Constitution, it was decided by...
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