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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 315 pages of information about Roumania Past and Present.
TURKISH. 
RUSSIAN.       General Five per Cent.        ROUMANIAN. 
Six per Cents.            Debt.                 Oppenheim.
1870     83-1/2 to  94-1/2   45     to 51               75 to  98
1871     88      "  97       44-1/2  " 52-1/2           86  "  96-1/2
1872     95      " 100       46-1/2  " 55               91  " 104
1873     96      " 100-1/2   45      " 47               98  " 104
1874     97      " 103       45      " 46-1/2           98  " 108
1875     95      " 104-1/2   23      " 45              100  " 109
1876     74      " 100-1/2   11-1/2  " 23               74  " 106
1877*    71      "  93        6-1/2  " 11-1/2           58  "  91
1878*    74      "  91        8-1/2  " 12               87  " 105
1879     84      "  93       10-1/2  " 12               93  " 110
1880     85      "  96       10      " 12-1/2          102  " 112

And in 1881 the prices of the Oppenheim loan ranged from 105 to 116.  From these eloquent figures it will be seen that whilst Russia has been stationary, and Turkey has fallen 75 per cent, the condition and security of Roumania has risen, roughly speaking, 25 per cent, in the eslimation of the financial world during the last ten years.  The two years marked with an asterisk were years of war.]

APPENDICES.

APPENDIX I.

Table of Movements and Settlements of various Nationalities and Tribes in the Provinces bordering on the Lower Danube between the Getic period and about the end of the Thirteenth Century, A.D., compiled by the Author, and corrected from the Ancient Historians (Tacitus, Dion Cassius, Eutropius) and the works of Gibbon, Smith, Lesage, Engel, Lauriani, Neigebaur, Henke, Wilkinson, Merivale, Freeman, Dierauer, Roesler, Pic, and others.

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-----+------------------+ | | APPROXIMATE DATES OF | | |_NATIONALITY +-----------+-----------+----------+---------+ | |or TRIBE, with|_First | |_By whom |_Final | Remarks | |supposed |appearance |_Term of |and when |Disappea-| | |Subdivisions_ |in Danubian|Domination_|Conquered_|rance_ | | | |Provinces_ | | | | | +--------------+-----------+-----------+----------+---------
+------------------+ | | | | | |Believed to be of | |GETAE--Getae | 335 B.C. | ? | ? | ? |Thracian origin; | |and Dacians | | | | |not clearly | | | | | | |traceable. | +--------------+-----------+-----------+----------+---------
+------------------+ | | | | | |The Dacians rose |
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