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  • n. Plural form of bullionist.


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  • There were bullionists, accountants, retailers, etc. Sir G.L. walked into the room, took his seat, and without waiting one moment, began to read the deputation a smart lecture on the evils of a decimal coinage; it would require alteration of all the tables, it would impede calculation, etc. etc.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)

  • It is by reason of this irregularity that depreciation is often so disguised as not to be perceptible to all, and that sometimes it is a matter of dispute whether it exists or not; as was the case in England in the controversy between the bullionists and their opponents, concerning the fact of the depreciation of their bank paper during the suspension of cash payments.

    The American Quarterly Review, No. 17, March 1831

  • "fat bullionists" who dined at costly restaurants on terrapin and

    The United States Since the Civil War


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