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| and to pay in Gold. Great is MR. PEEL.
my peril. For, if I should not On the approaching
be literally broiled alive, I shall
have to endure something a great Golden Age.
deal worse ; for I stand pledged Kensington, April 19, 1821.
10 VAN to take off my hat and SIR, . .
make a bow, as low as CatholicI see that the resolution is taken
priest at the altar, every time to broil me if possible. I see VAN is named in my presence, that Van and his brother conju
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Bank pay in gold, and if he, or resolved to falsify my predictions,
any other Commissidner of Scotch
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Herrings, pay the interest of the This is what I have said. I Debt in full, at the same time have always said, that we could that the Bank pays in gold. And, have gold again with a reduction rather than show any mark of re- (a very great one) of the interest spect to Van, I would be broiling of the Fund-lords. But, that in pepper and salt, and endure without such reduction, we could devilling, like the gizzard of a not have gold again; that is to turkey, for a month.. say, that we could not, at our
Van's bill for enabling the pleasure, go to the Bank and deBank to pay in cash in May has, mand gold in exchange for bankI hear, alarmed some of my Dis- notes, and that, too, for notes of ciples. They begin, I am told, all amounts. This is what I have to fear, that, after all, I shall said ; and, if there be any one who prove to have been in error, as to now doubts of the truth of my the main point ; that of cash-pay- sayings, he cannot be my Disciments. They see that I was right ple; and he shall have no place at as to the effects of your bill; they the feast of the Gridiron ; which, now hear fifty members of par- I think, we shall hold in grand liament ascribe the general ruin style, before this day twelve of trade and husbandry to that months. bill; they see all my predictions Van's present bill is very much as to the effects of the paper- misunderstood. Some people remoney verified; but, they fear, gard it as a bill to compel the that I have been wrong as to the Bank to pay its one-pound notes fact of cash-payments. Now, let in cash, and, of course, to take it be borne in mind by them, that all the notes of that amount out I have never said, that the Bank of circulation as fast as they are could not pay its debts in cash. I brought in. It is no such a thing. have, always, on the contrary, It is merely to peronit the Bank said it could. But, this I have to pay in gold, if it please, in the said, and to this I stand, that it month of May. It is stated, incan never pay the interest of the deed, in the way of speech, that Government debt in cash. Or, in this measure will take the oneother words, that the Bank can-pound noles out of circulation, not, pay in cash on demand, and, and thereby give a check to forat the same time, pay the interest | of the government debt, unless gery. But, this is not to be that interest be reduced.
enacted. And VAN says, ex