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enquiry into the principles of political oeconomy being an essay on the science of domestic policyin free nations. In which are particularly considered population, agriculture, trade, industry, money, coin, interest, circulation, banks, exchange, public credit, and taxes. by Stewart, James Sir

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Published by printed for James Williams; and Richard Moncrieffe in Dublin .
Written in English


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In 3 vols.

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Open LibraryOL13813798M

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An Inquiry into the Principles of Political Economy Book II Of Trade and Industry. Introduction. Before I enter upon this second book, I must premise a word of connexion, in order to conduct the ideas of my reader by the same way through which the chain of my own thoughts, and the distribution of my plan have naturally led me. The principle. An Inquiry into the Principles of Political Economy BOOK I. These are questions which do not regard the present inquiry. Whether therefore it be consumed in bread, beer, spirits, or by animals, I reckon it consumed; and in a year when the greatest consumption is made at home, this I call the abundance with which the inhabitants feed. Upon this idea may be formed, I think, the most extensive basis for an inquiry into the principles of political oeconomy. The next thing to be done, is to fall upon a distinct method of analysing so extensive a subject, by contriving a train of ideas, which may be directed towards every part of the plan, and which, at the same time, may be made. An Inquiry into the Principles of Political Economy BOOK I. Having pointed out the natural distribution of inhabitants into the two capital classes of which we have been treating, I am going to examine how far their employment must decide as to their place of residence. same proportion must the administrators, and every one depending.

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