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The Banks are scattered through nearly all the States and Territories which cornposp. our UnIOn; but they may all be embraced in one view, inasmuch as they all substilute paper for specie, and credit for cash, and are all endowed with privileges which individuals do not possess. By their various operations, immediate and remote, they must affect, for good or for evil, every individual in the country. Banking is not a local, temporary, or occasional cause. It is general and permanent. Like the atmosphere, it presses every where.
We do, indeed, say that "money is scarce, or lnoney is plenty," but what we Inean thereby is, that loanable capital is scarce or abundant. With the great body of men, money, and the material of which it is composed, are always scarce: and must continue scarce, as long as they want those things which money can procure. From the durability of silver, and its other physical properties, from the steadiness and universality of the demand for it, and from the small proportion the annual supply hears to the stock on hand, it appears to unite all the qualities that can reasonably be desired in a commercial standard of value.
Each of these three kinds of mediums has its specific uses; and each is, as an auxiliary of gold and silver money, productive of great benefit. A clear view of their operations is necessary, for the distinction between the representative3 of private credit, and of bank credit, is as important as the distinction between genuine money and spurious. Leger entries, promissory notes, and bills of exchange, agree with money in being a medium by which valuables are circulated. 'They differ from it in being evidences of debt owing by one man to another-which money is not.