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" ... but not the weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred shekels of silver which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah. They are said however to be the current money... "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - 第 244 頁
1797
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 第 1 卷

Adam Smith - 1789
...afcertains the finenefs, but not tjhe weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred fhekels of filver which he had agreed to pay for the field...are received by weight and not by tale, in the fame manner as ingots of gold and bars of filver are *t .prefent. The revenue's of the antient Saxon kings...
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The Youth's Companion: Or, An Historical Dictionary; Consisting of Articles ...

Ezra Sampson - 1807 - 463 頁
...gold and silver always passed by weight. Abraham weighed to Kphron the four hundred shekels of silver which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah. They are said however to have been the current money of the merchant ; and yet were received by weight and not...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 第 1 卷

Adam Smith - 1809
...fineness but not the weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred shekels of silver which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah. They are said, however, to be the current money of the merchant, and yet are received by weight and not by tale,...
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The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1812
...of filver, or the Spanifh mark which is fometimes affixed to ingots of gold, and which being flruck only upon one fide of the piece, and not covering...are received by weight and not by tale, in the fame manner as ingots of gold and bars of filver are at prefent. The revenues of the antient Saxon kings...
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The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1812
...afcertains the finenefs, but not the weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred fhekels of filver which he had agreed to pay for the field...are received by weight and not by tale, in the fame manner as ingots of gold and bars of filver. are at prefent. The revenues of the antient Saxon kings...
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The Works of Adam Smith, LL.D. and F.R.S. of London and Edinburgh:: The ...

Adam Smith - 1812
...afcertains the finenefs, but not the weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred fhekels of filver which he had agreed to pay for the field...are received by weight and not by tale, in the fame manner as ingots of gold and bars of filver are at prefent. The revenues of the antient Saxon kings...
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The Youth's Companion: Or An Historical Dictionary; Consisting of Articles ...

Ezra Sampson - 1813 - 424 頁
...gold and silver always passed by weight. Abraham weighed to Ephron the four hundred shekels of silver which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah. They are said however to have been the current money of the merchant ; and yet were received by weight and not...
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Instructive Extracts, Comprising Religious and Moral Instruction, Natural ...

1843
...fineness, but not the weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred shekels of silver, which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah. They are said, however, to be the current money of the merchant, and yet are received by weight, and not by...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, 第 29 卷

1869
...£50), which he had -Г'.-od to pay for the field of Machpelah. They aro said to bo the current i,-: y of the merchant, and yet are received by weight, and not by tale. About Bisty years previous to this time, it is recorded, that Abraham was "very rich in cattle, in...
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. A careful ...

Adam Smith - 1875
...fineness, but not the weight of the metal. Abraham weighs to Ephron the four hundred shekels of silver which he had agreed to pay for the field of Machpelah. They are said however to be the current money of the merchant, and yet are received by weight and not by tale,...
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