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If bills of exchange did not exist, the debtor class of these merchants would be obliged to incur the expense and risk of transporting coin or bullion to foreign countries in discharge of their debts, and the creditor class would also be obliged to incur the same expense and risk in importing coin or bullion in payment of their cargoes sold abroad. By this double transmission, the merchants, and consequently the nations to which they belonged, would be losers to an amount equal to. all the expenses and risks so incurred, together with interest on their capitals for the time they were out of their reach.
But the mercantile usage did not conform to this change. The merchants adhered to the old par, as if a pound sterling was the equivalent of four dollars and forty-four cents by some unchangeable law of nature, and for many years continued to ascribe the nominal premium on sterling bills of exchange, which was the mere exponent of this change in the relative value of gold and silver, to the influence of the balance of trade. 80, and by two sub^ sequent acts, one of 28th June, 1834, by which the British sovereign was made the equivalent in American gold coins of $4.
In gold. " is 25 " 57 " " in silver. Amsterdam, is 12 guilders, 09 centimes " in gold. " is 11 " 97 " " in silver. Hamburgh, is ,13 m'cs banco, 10$ schillings, " Bremen is 609J Rix dollars for 100 £ stg. in gold. CHAPTER VI. ON THE STEADINESS OF TRADE IN COUNTRIES EMPLOYING A METALLIC CURRENCY. IF the principles laid down in the preceding chapters be sound, as it is believed they are, it must necessarily follow that the operations of commerce in countries employing a metallic curency, are as regular and as little liable to fluctuations as the nature of things will admit, and more than this can no where be looked for.
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