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" The workman has not the same employment from the manufacturer and merchant; though he pays the same price for every thing in the market. The farmer cannot dispose of his corn and cattle, though he must pay the same rent to his landlord. The poverty and... "
Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects - Página 302
por David Hume - 1804
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Essays, moral, political, and literary. Part II

David Hume - 1760 - 396 páginas
...beggary, and floth, which muft enfue, are eafily forefeen. . II. THE fecond obfervation which I propofed to make with regard to money, may be explained after the following manner. There are fome kingdoms, and many provinces in EUROPE, (and all of them were once in the fame condition) where...
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The Politician's Dictionary: Or, a Summary of Political Knowledge ..., Volumen2

1775 - 408 páginas
...his landlord. The poverty, beggary, and floth which muft enfue, are eafily forefeen. There are fome kingdoms, and many provinces in Europe, (and all of them were once in the fame condition) where money is fo fcarce that the landlord can get none at all from his tenant, but...
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The Scots Magazine, Volumen24

1762 - 762 páginas
...the dipt money wi< tiucd t« tbe aid flaodgrd. Jan. 1762* n. The fecond obfervation which I propofed to make with regard to money, may be explained after the following manner. There are ibme kingdoms, and many provinces in Europe, (and all of them wer« once in the fame condition), where...
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Economica: A Statistical Manual for the United States of America ...

Samuel Blodget - 1806 - 258 páginas
...price for every thing in the market. The farmer cannot dispose of his corn and cattle ; though he pays the same rent to his landlord. The poverty, and beggary,...and sloth, which must ensue, are easily foreseen." It is much to be lamented to the dishonour of ancient legislation, that the views here given by Mr....
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Essays, moral, political, and literary

David Hume - 1809 - 868 páginas
...though he pays the same price for every thing in the market. The farmer cannot dispose of his corn and cattle, though he must pay the same rent to his...and sloth, which must ensue, are easily foreseen. IL The second observation which I proposed to make with regard to money, may be explained after the...
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THE FARMERS MAGAZINE

ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE AND CO. - 1814 - 548 páginas
...though he pays the same price for every thing in the market. The farmer cannot dispose of his corn and cattle ; though he must pay the same rent to his...'and sloth which must ensue, are easily foreseen. We are happy thus to adopt the-reasoning and language of Mr Hume, which are exactly applicable to this...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen28

1830 - 1024 páginas
...manufacturer and the merchant — the farmer cannot dispose of his corn and his cattle, though lie must pay the same rent to his landlord. The poverty, and beggary, and sloth, which must ensue, are easilykforeseen." He seems to consider the more abundant flow of the precious metals into any country...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen8

1821 - 726 páginas
...though he pays the same price for every thing in the market. The farmer cannot dispose of his corn and cattle, though he must pay the same rent to his...beggary and sloth which must ensue are easily foreseen." This passage seems to be written in a prophetic spirit, and describes with a melancholy fidelity, the...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1821 - 808 páginas
...though he pays the same price for every thing in the market. The farmer cannot dispose of his corn and cattle, though he must pay the same rent to his...and sloth, which must ensue, are easily foreseen." From these remarks we might hope that the effects on agriculture as well as the other branches of industry,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen8

1821 - 720 páginas
...though he pays the same price for every thing in the market. The fanner cannot dispose of his corn and cattle, though he must pay the same rent to his...beggary and sloth which must ensue are easily foreseen." This passage seems to be written in a prophetic spirit, and describes with a melancholy fidelity, the...
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