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INDEX.

“Abram's Bankers,” 164.
Accusation against bimetallism, 163.
Act of Congress, November 1, 1893, 84.
Administration-Baltimore-Canadian system, 187.
After the Election, what?—229.
Alison's History, 130.
Amenities of monometallistic argumentation, 162, 163.
American monometallists, 56.
American Social Science Association, 209.
Ammunition of the most deadly kind, 33.
Anarcharsis, xvi.
Andrews, President, 12 I, I42.
Apotheosis of credit, x, 187.
Appendix, 77.
Appreciation of gold, 39, Io:3, 180.
Aquinas, 153.
Argentum, The Goddess, 45, 53.
Aristotle, xvi, I53.
Arts, use of gold in, 87.
As between silver and gold, 220.
Asiatic journal, 92.

Athenians, xvi.
Atkinson, Edward, 56, 139, 142, I44.
Attempts to persuade, 45.
Augmentation of capital, ix, 187, 188.

Bacon, xii, 155, 164.
Bad money in old times, xix.

& 4 ‘‘ ‘‘modern times, xix.
Bagehot, Walter, I45.
Balfour, Arthur James, 131, 182.
Banking and Currency Committee, viii.
Banks, 189, 203.
Basal proposition, The, 29.

Basis, honest, safe, self-regulating, permanent, 4, 18, 38, 183,
I90, IQ4.
Basis, insufficient, 21, 55. I40.
“ the only final, 39, 69.
Bible, “a vein for the silver and a place for gold,” 25.
“ can an Ethiopian change his skin 2 65.
** 222. -
Bibliology, 177, 178.
Billon, 191.
Bimetallic money, how formed, 121.
Birds and Farmers, 219.
Bitterness, 22I.
Blaine, 222.
Bonds (government) 216.
Bonds coming back, 216.
Boston, I 93.
“ brethren, 31.
Bowker and Iles, 178.
Bryan, William J., 228.
Bullion, 90.
Bullionist views, vi.
Business and currency, 9.
“ prosperity, 3.

Cairnes, Prof., 21o.
Candid consideration of competent critics, xx.
Capita, stocks of money (per capita), 108, 109.
Carlisle, Secretary, 73, 84, 17 I, 224.
Cassiodorus, xii, I71.
Century, beginning of, 66.
Cerealism, Joint-, 70.
Changes in ratio, xix, 5, 6, 22, 1 Io, 198.
Changing number instead of recoining, 124, 134, 199.
Charles V, “The Wise,” 151, 153.
Checks, 58, 68.
China, 92.
“ flying paper currency, 92.

Marco Polo, 92.
Churchmen and coinage, 153.
Clear thinking, 20.
Clearing-house certificates, 8.
Clearing-house exchanges, 232.
Cleveland, President, 74, 79, 224.

4 & hope, 74, 79.
letter of acceptance, 82.
message, 79.

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Coinage, 19, 92, 93.

4 & English system, 163.
on Government account, viii, I37, 17I, I/2.
Coke, 164.
Colonial currency, 192.
Commercial ratio of gold and silver, IIo.
Commission, the royal, 94.

4 - should be appointed, I41, 206.

Commodities steady, money changes, 85
Concurrent resolution, II 5, 222.
Conference, monetary, 30, 86.
Congress, act of, 84, 204, 205.
Constitutional position of gold and silver, 24, 80.
Constitution of the United States, xviii, 8o, 124, 222, 223, 231
Continued use of dollars and cents, etc., 202.
Continuous debts, 221.
Contracts, future, 5, 38,54, 118, 125.
Conveniently adjusting changes in market ratio, 124, 183.
Conventions, national, 81, 82.
Copernicus, ix, xii, 151, 152, 154, 155, 157, 164, 168, 177.
Cossa, Luigi, 159, 160, 177, 178, 179, 180.
Cotton, why it declines with silver, xv, 138.
Countries, money used in, IoS, Io9.
Courtney, Leonard, Ioq.
Cow in India, 48.
Credit as good as money, ix, 179, 187.

“ money, 191, 192, 217.
cannot permanently supplant money, vii, I31.
Credits, 8, 68, 140.
Criticisms, 17, 66, 197, 217.
Cross-roads politicians, 164.
Cunningham's growth of English trade, etc., 159.
Currency bill, viii, 191.

-4 plank, 218.

must always be convertible, xix, 70, 203.
proper limit of expansion, 8, 24.
gold an insufficient basis, 4, 8, 21, 30, 56-58, 66.
security as to value of, 18, 24, 39.
question in politics, 20, 38, 62.

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Dangers of the situation, ix, 66, 68.
Debate at Saratoga, 207.
‘‘ envenomed, 20.
Debtor class, 31.
Debts, 4.
“ national, 66.

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Debts made to appear smaller, 137.
Decimal system, 122.
Decline in silver, 7, 21, 30, 38.
‘‘ ‘‘ values, 4, 2I, 30, 38.
Defects of bimetallism as commonly advocated, 134.
Definition of terms, 121.
Depression in trade, causes of, xvi.
Democratic platform, 81, II 7, 205.
Demonetization, 23.
Details, ones that can be varied, vi.
Director of the mint, 92.
Discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury, 67.
Discussion necessary, 40, 41, 65.
Dubois, I52.

Economic ratio, 7, 198, 200.
Economist, The, 18o.
Empirical ratio, 134, 182.
Fngineering and Mining journal, 87.
English Parliament, IQo.
Equal parts of gold and silver, 5, 6, 57, 72, 198.

“ power of every dollar, 81, 82.
Equilibrium established by joint-metallism, 127, 133.
Equivalent as well as measure, 125.
Establishment of the mint, 85.

4 : “a money unit, 85.

Ethiopian, 65.
Etude sur le Traité de la Monnaie, xiii.
Avening Post, 13, 29, 40, 45, 61, 70, 86, 175, 179.

Fish, 188.
Fifth letter on joint-metallism, 65.
Final basis, 4, 9, 18. 24, 39, 69, 70, 204.
“ report of royal commission, 94-Io3.
“ standard, I97, 200.
First letter on joint-metallism, 3.
Flexible ratio, I35.
Flying paper, 92.
Forum, The 21o.
Four causes of the fall of nations, xviii.
Fourth letter on joint-metallism, 53.
Freight on bullion by value not weight, 131.
French ratio fixed 1803, I28, I31.
Frewen, Moreton, 86.
Future contracts, 5, 38, 54.

Index. 239

General assets, 187.
“ prosperity depends, xv.
Germany, 23.
Giffen, Dr. Robert, 73, 74, 85, 87, 89, 9o, 91, 180, 181.
Gladstone, W. E., his frank statement, 69, 2Io. -
Goddess Argentum, 45, 53.
Gold more durable than silver, 131.
“ world's stock, 108, Io9.
statistics, 105–1 Io.
production, 57, 86–88, 106, Ioz.
per capita stocks, IoS, IIo.
probability of increase, 55.
cost of production, 88.
standards, 5.
output and prices, or any other metal, 91.
needed for reserve and change, 90.
supply of, 30, 86, 87, 90, 91.
and silver, half each, 3, 6, 57, 72.
cannot always be got from abroad, 68.
reserve, vii, 182.
Democrats, II6.
Golden calf, 47.
Goodly heritage, 229.
Government bonds, xx, 173, 188, 189, 203, -16.
- « paper-money should be only certificates, 20.
partnership, 216.
ratio, 7.
Great Britain, 69.
Greenbacks, 193, c17, 232.
Greer, Rev. David H., facing title-page.
“Gresham Law" known to Oresme and Copernicus, I76.
Gresham, Sir Thomas, 154, 155, 176, 177.

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Hadley, Professor, 174.

Hamilton's report, 85, 223.

Hankinson, 155.

Hard times, 4.

Harris, W. T., U. S. Commissioner of Education, facing title-
page, I55; .

Harrison, ex-President, 84.

Heidelback, Mr. 210.

Herries, 155.

Hides as clothing, 50.

Higgins, Senator, 213.

Highlander, 65.

Hill, David B., 223.

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