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Third edition; 8vo. pp. 220; ciotn, 3i.
'Tim Sntnnnn of Rfnnov." hv Aln-rnnrlnr "Dnl Mnr. M. E.. formerly Director of tbo Buroau
" of Statistics of tho Uultod Statos, Mining Commissioner to tho United States Monotary Com.
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Takon altogether Mr. Del MarTs book is ono that no publicist and no thinker can ntTord to
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Of great valuo bocauso of its wealth of financial facts. Bostok Daily Advertiser.
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upon tho subject. Financial News.
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A Work which has had for ton years considorablo circulation and prostigo as an authority
ou monotary quest ions. The Review op Reviews.
'Tho Scicnco of Money " ib a work writt
ton for tho Btudont and to tako a nlnco among tho
classics of economic literature. the I'iiiia American.
An ablo trcatiso . . . whoso conclusions will obtain gonoral acquiesonce. Tho work
will bo road with intorost by those concornod in economical and monotary transactions.
Tho chapter on tho ''Precession of Prices" has been pronounced by a leading critical au
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ability and strong interest. It may bo read with profit by every business man, legisla
tor nnd student In n word, by everybody. Chicago Times.
Tliis is u now edition of a valuablo work by a writer who has deoply and conscien
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Precious Motals and of Monotary Systoms iu various Statos. . . . Tho work is of real
, valuo to studonts of economics. The Call, San Francisco, Cal. .
Tljoso who desire to mastor monetary questions should road Dol Mar's "Scio'nco of
Monoy" onco, twico, thrjeo nyo, ovon four times, not bocauao it lacks ludiclty or.com-
Erohonsivonoss, but bocauso it is a mindoponor. Elpjiinstonb V. A. Maitland in the
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