Walsh, Richard Hussey. 'Observations on the present export of silver to the East'. - Dublin: Dublin Statistical Society,Vol.1, Part VII, 1856 , pp372-378
Journal of the Dublin Statistical Society Vol.1, Part VII, 1856
Unlike the old movement of silver to the East, the present cannot
be permanent. The former was rarely more than might be accounted
for as the distribution of that metal to some of its principal customers—
the nations of the East—according as fresh supplies were
raised in the silver producing countries. But now silver is going
faster to the East than it is produced throughout the entire world,
and therefore the process cannot go on long, but must come to an
end as soon as the redistribution of the old stock has been effected.
Read before the Statistical Section of the British Association, Cheltenham,
August 12th, 1856
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