The Economics of Commerce (Google eBook)

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Methuen & Company, 1894 - Bibliography - 94 pages
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Page 89 - The labour and capital of the country, acting on its natural resources, produce annually a certain net aggregate of commodities, material and immaterial, including services of all kinds. This is the true net annual income or revenue of the country, or the national dividend".
Page 126 - Edition. A KEY, issued to Tutors and Private Students only to be had on application to the Publishers. Fifth Edition. Crown Sv0. 6s. net. LATIN EXAMINATION PAPERS. By AMM Stedman, MA Twelfth Edition. KEY (Fourth Edition) issued as above.
Page 125 - THE WORLD OF SCIENCE. Including Chemistry, Heat, Light, Sound, Magnetism, Electricity, Botany, Zoology, Physiology, Astronomy, and Geology. By R. ELLIOTT STEEL, MA, FCS 147 Illustrations. Second Edition. Cr.
Page 124 - Bvo. las. 6d. net. For this edition all the important MSS. have been re-collated. An appendix deals with the accentual element in early Latin verse. The Commentary is very full. ' A work of great erudition and fine scholarship.
Page 124 - Svo. 15r. net. This edition contains (parallel passages from the Eudemian Ethics, printed under the text, and there is a full commentary, the main object of which is to interpret difficulties in the light of Aristotle's own rules.
Page 64 - It is not by augmenting the capital of the country, but by rendering a greater part of that capital active and productive than would otherwise be so, that the most judicious operations of banking can increase the industry of the country.
Page 124 - Notes and explanations on the chief difficulties of Greek and Latin Syntax, with numerous passages for exercise.
Page 125 - Calderwood (DS), Headmaster of the Normal School, Edinburgh. TEST CARDS IN EUCLID AND ALGEBRA. In three packets of 40, with Answers. is. each. Or in three Books, price 2rf.
Page 99 - Dum vires annique sinunt, tolerate labores : jam veniet tacito curva senecta pede. 298. Darius in fuga, cum aquam turbidam et cadaveribus inquinatam bibisset, negavit unquam se bibisse jucundius. nunquam videlicet sitiens biberat. 299. Quid magis est durum saxo, quid mollius unda ? dura tamen molli saxa cavantur aqua.
Page 125 - Registered Teacher to the City and Guilds of London Institute. MILLINERY, THEORETICAL, AND PRACTICAL. With numerous Diagrams.

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