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If bills of exchange are scarce, their price will be high. If they are plenty, their price will be low. There is, however, one peculiarity belonging to a bill of exchange, which is not common to any commodity, and which ought always to be kept in mind in discussing this subject. It is, that if it cannot be sold at a price that will suit its owner, he has it in his power to avoid the necessity of a sale at great loss by importing his funds in coin; and if it CURRENCY AND BANKING. 27 cannot be purchased at a price that will suit a purchaser, the latter can avoid the necessity of a disadvantageous purchase by exporting coin in payment of his debt.
97-100 cents of United States silver currency; but 40 cents are usually assumed as the par of exchange. 144-1000 cents United States currency. The rix dollar of Bremen is a money of account, equal to 80 cents and a very small fraction United States currency. 36 A TREATISE ON FROM TATK'S CAMBIST. The par of exchange between London and Paris, is 25 francs, 22 centimes per £ stg. 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.
A third species of depreciation is that which results from the wear and tear of the coins of a country, by which they lose in weight, and consequently in value. In some countries this diminution in the weight of the coins has been permitted to exist to such an extent before a new coinage has been ordered, as materially to affect the rate of exchange, the par of which calls for ounce against ounce, and consequently in such cases, the true par has differed from the nominal par, precisely to an extent equal to the depreciation.