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PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE - Page 454
by H.C. CAREY - 1858
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - Economics - 1821 - 538 pages
...sort of industry which is carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing almost all sorts of goods for a smaller quantity of silver than its own workmen can afford to do, to undersel them not only in the foreign, but even in the home market." Vol. ii. page 278. One, and I...
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - Economics - 1821 - 538 pages
...industry which is carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing almost all softs of goods for a smaller quantity of silver than its own workmen can afford to do, to undersel them not only in the foreign, but even in the home market." Vol. ii. page 278. One, and I...
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. With a comm ...

Adam Smith - 1836
...sort of industry which is carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing almost all sorts of goods for a smaller quantity of silver...do, to undersell them, not only in the foreign, but even in the home market. It is the peculiar situation of Spain and Portugal as proprietors of the mines,...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith, M. Garnier (Germain) - 1838 - 429 pages
...sort of industry which is carried on withVi it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing almost all sorts of goods for a smaller quantity of silver than its own workmen can •llbrd to do, to undersell them, not only in Ihe foreign, but even in die home market. It is the...
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History of Europe: from the Fall of Napoleon, in 1815, to the ..., Volume 2

Sir Archibald Alison - Europe - 1853
...sort of industry which is carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing almost all sorts of goods for a smaller quantity of silver than its workmen can afford to do, to undersell them not only in the foreign, but even in the home market. Spain...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 32

Commerce - 1855
...industry which U carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing all sort« of good« for a smaller quantity of silver than its own workmen...not only In the foreign but in the domestic market — (Book iv.Ui.-i. 6.) The cheapness of gold »nd silver, or what Dr. Smith regards as the ваше...
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History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon in MDCCCXV to the ..., Volume 1

Sir Archibald Alison - Europe - 1855
...sort of industry which is carried on wi thin it, and to enable iorcign nations, by furnishing almost all sorts of goods for a smaller quantity of silver than its workmen can afford to do, to undersell them not only ˇn the foreign, but even in the home market....
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Manual of Social Science: Being a Condensation of the "Principles of Social ...

Henry Charles Carey - Economics - 1866 - 548 pages
...tends to discourage more or less every sort of industry which is carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing all sorts of goods...the earth rising, and those of finished commodities falling, the countries, themselves, becoming the best market in which to sell and to buy ; as is proved...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 61

Isaac Smith Homans - Commerce - 1869
...sort of industry which is carried on wituin it, snd to enable foreign nation?, by furnishing almost all sorts of goods for a smaller quantity of silver...than its own workmen can afford to do, to undersell thera, not only in the foreign, but even in the home market." Tin's is directly in conflict with the...
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MANUAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

KATE McKEAN - 1872
...tends to discourage more or less every sort of industry which is carried on within it, and to enable foreign nations, by furnishing all sorts of goods...the earth rising, and those of finished commodities falling, the countries, themselves, becoming the best market in which to sell and to buy ; as is proved...
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