Letters to Mr. Malthus; On Several Subjects of Political Economy, and on the Cause of the General Stagnation of Commerce. to Which Is Added a Catechism of Political Economy ...

Letters to Mr. Malthus; On Several Subjects of Political Economy, and on the Cause of the General Stagnation of Commerce. to Which Is Added a Catechism of Political Economy ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1821 edition. Excerpt: ...to exhort, but only describe, 34--seldom advises, 4l--teaches a doc-trine eminently social, 60--proves that riches can be created from all things, 76--when it became a science, 80. Encuun (the British Isles) was unable under Elizabeth to employ one-third of the workmen it does now, 4--why its produc-tions are not well sold in foreign countries, 8--refuses even the provisions by means of which they might be paid for, 9--why its agricultural produce cannot be so increased as to pay for its superabundant manufactured produce, 45. Estate, Landed, its productions entirely immaterial, 16. Exchange (act of giving athing which is valuable for another which is equally so) can only take place in a state of society, 12-is only of utilities, 22-is a faculty peculiar to man, 31-appropriates all productions to all wants, 3l. Fscrs, deceive if we draw false consequences from them, 3. Farmer; how a producer, 14---compared with a manufacturer, 25. Functionaries, Public; do not increase the markets by their consumptions, 33. Fundholders; idem--32. Funds, Productive; every thing whatever from which income is derived, s1. ' Future; to sacrifice it to the present is equally destructive to morality and economy, 42. _ Imrnovmvuznrs; not to be rejected for inconvenience, 64. Industry; why there are so few lucrative employments, 48-is an application of thelawis of nature, 64--its progress attended with an immense number of new enjoyments, 69. Interest; the price of the productive service of capital, 19---is a material value given in exchange for this service, and is consumed by the capitalist, 19. Italy; returns English merchandize,6--cannot buy because it does not produce wherewithal to pay for them, 8. Jesuits; singular advertisement to their commentary on...show more

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  • English
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