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" The two greatest events which have occurred in the history of mankind have been directly brought about by a successive contraction and expansion of the circulating medium of society. The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed in ignorance to slavery,... "
Extension of Stabilization Fund and Powers, Etc: Hearing[s], Seventy-eighth ... - Página 122
por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Coinage, Weights, and Measures - 1943
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History of Europe: From the Fall of Napoleon, in 1815, to the ..., Volumen1

Sir Archibald Alison - 1852
...weight of debts and taxes, to which all the contemporary annalists ascribe the ruin of the Empire. And as if Providence had intended to reveal in the...affairs, the resurrection of mankind from the ruin which these causes had produced was owing to the directly opposite set of agencies being put in operation....
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The Dublin Review, Volumen33

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1852
...tells us that " the fall of the Roman empire, so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the gold and silver mines of Spain and Greece !" (p. 31.) A man must be wedded indeed to his own fancies,...
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History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon in MDCCCXV to the Accession of ...

Sir Archibald Alison - 1854
...weight of debts and taxes, to which all the contemporary annalists ascribe the ruin of the Empire. And as if Providence had intended to reveal in the...affairs, the resurrection of mankind from the ruin which these causes had produced was owing to the directly opposite set of agencies being put in operation....
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volumen27

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - 1854
...The fall of the Roman empire,' he affirms, ' so long ascribed in ignorance to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the gold and silver mines of Spain and Greece, from which the precious metals for the circulation of the...
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Outlines of the history of England, Volumen4

William Douglas Hamilton - 1855
...Nnpoleon in 181 5 to the accession of Louis Napoleon in 1852, by sir Archibald Alison. heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the gold and silver mines of Spain and Greece, from which the precious metals for the circulation of the...
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Money

Francis Amasa Walker - 1877 - 550 páginas
...of society. The fall of the Roman Empire,1 so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about...affairs, the resurrection of mankind from the ruin which these causes had produced was owing to the directly opposite set of agencies being put in operation....
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Money

Francis Amasa Walker - 1877 - 550 páginas
...of society. The fall of the Roman Empire,1 so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the silver and gold mines of Spam and Greece. And as if Providence had intended to t reveal in the clearest manner the influence...
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A Popular Treatise on the Currency Question Written from a Southern Point of ...

Robert William Hughes - 1879 - 213 páginas
...medium of society. The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed in ignorance to slavery, heathenism and moral corruption, was in reality brought about...ruin which those causes had produced was owing to the directly opposite set of agencies being put in operation. Columbus led the way in the career of...
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Money in Its Relations to Trade and Industry

Francis Amasa Walker - 1879 - 339 páginas
...the Roman Empire," says Sir Arch. Alison, ' ' so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the gold and silver mines of Spain and Greece, from which the precious metals for the circulation of the...
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Justification of a Tariff Commission. ...: Speech ... in the House of ...

William Darrah Kelley - 1882 - 74 páginas
...medium of society. The fall of the Roman Empire, so long ascribed, in ignorance, to slavery, heathenism, and moral corruption, was in reality brought about by a decline in the gold and silver mines of Spain and Greece, from which the precious metals for the circulation of the...
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