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PostSubject: In 1701, the relationship between the Irish   Tue Feb 15, 2011 5:44 am

In 1701, the relationship between the Irish pound and sterling was fixed at 13 Irish pounds = 12 pounds sterling. This led to a situation where Irish copper coins circulated with British silver coins, since 13 pence Irish = 1 British shilling. The only 19th century exceptions were silver tokens denominated in pence Irish[3] issued by the Bank of Ireland between 1804 and 1813. The last Irish copper pennies and halfpennies were minted in 1823. The distinct Irish pound existed until January 1826 when it was replaced by British currency. Irish banks continued to issue paper money denominated in sterling after 1826 but no further distinct coins were issued.

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PostSubject: Re: In 1701, the relationship between the Irish   Sun Feb 20, 2011 1:51 am

The collective geographical area of all reservations is 55.7 million acres (225,410 kmē), representing 2.3% of the area of the United States (2,379,400,204 acres; 9,629,091 kmē). Twelve Indian reservations are larger than the state of Rhode Island (776,960 acres; 3,144 kmē) and nine reservations larger than Delaware (1,316,480 acres; 5,327 kmē). The territory of the Navajo Nation compares in size to West Virginia. Reservations are unevenly distributed throughout the country; the majority are west of the Mississippi River and occupy lands that were first reserved by treaty or 'granted' from the public domain





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