Agriculture and manufactures there discouraged by the redundancy of gold and silver, ib., 209.
Inquiry into the value of the trade with Portugal, ib., 224.
Yield a greater profit to the proprietors than the silver mines of Peru, ib., 72.
Consequences of its being fixed too high or too low, ib., 147.
The commercial means pursued to increase the quantity of these metals in a country, ib., 192.
Remarks on the courts of justice in Greece and Rome, ib., 326.
Small purchasers of, cannot hope to raise fortunes by cultivation, ib., 171.
See Madison's vivid description of this incident; ib., 116; also Henry, ii, 233.
For picturesque description of Bowles and his claim of British support see Craig's report, ib., 264; also, 305.
Of the church of Rome, one great army cantoned over Europe, ib., 336.