Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
a-head afford Afsembly afsume agriculture animal appear beautiful birds Britain businefs circumstances clafs clafses climate coal consequence countenance counties of Scotland Custine degree Djamasp duty duty on coal Editor effect equal establifhed excefsively expence exprefsion favour fhall fhort fhould flefh flefli fliall flie fliould France Gesler grotto happinefs honour horns impofsible industry inhabitants kind king labour land Largo Bay late lefs letter live lord mafs manner manufactures means ment mind mould nation native nature necefsary neral never observed obtain opprefsive pafs pafsed parterre persons PETRIFACTION plants pleasure pofsefsion pofsible present preserved produce progrefs prosperity quantity readers reason received respect revenue Rufsia Scotland smuggling soon Swifs thee thofe thou tion titmouse torrid zone trees ture unlefs vermil whole wifh wifli William Schutz wood
Seite 327 - Fair commerce is, where equal values are exchanged for equal, the expense of transport included. Thus, if it costs A in England as much labour and charge to raise a bushel of wheat, as it costs B in France to produce four gallons of wine, then are four gallons of wine the fair exchange for a bushel of wheat, A and B meeting at half distance with their commodities to make the exchange. The advantage of this fair commerce is, that each party increases the number of his enjoyments, having, instead of...
Seite 51 - Some have taken it as a means of deposing a person on whom they had conferred a tyrannical authority; others for the power of choosing a superior whom they are obliged to obey; others for the right of bearing arms, and of being thereby enabled to use violence; others, in fine, for the privilege of being governed by a native of their own country, or by their own laws.
Seite xvii - France ; but it is impossible for me to see, without the most serious uneasiness, the strong and increasing indications which have appeared there, of an intention to excite disturbances in other countries — to disregard the rights of neutral nations — and to pursue views of conquest and...
Seite 328 - Finally, there seem to be but three ways for a nation to acquire wealth. The first is by war, as the Romans did, in plundering their conquered neighbors. This is robbery. — The second by commerce, which is, generally, cheating. — The third by agriculture, the only honest way ; wherein man receives a real increase of the seed thrown into the ground, in a kind of continual miracle wrought by the hand of God in his favor...
Seite xvii - The industry employed to excite discontent on various pretexts, and in different parts of the kingdom, has appeared to proceed from a design to attempt the destruction of our happy constitution, and the subversion of all order and government; and this design has evidently been pursued in connection and concert with persons in foreign countries.
Seite 328 - ... to the manufacturer. But the advantage of manufactures is, that under their shape provisions may be more easily carried to a foreign market ; and, by their means, our traders may more easily cheat strangers.* Few, where it is not made, are judges of the value of lace.
Seite xix - to preserve and to transmit to posterity the inestimable blessings which, under the favour of Providence, you have yourselves experienced, you may be assured of my zealous and cordial co-operation ; and our joint efforts will, I doubt not, be rendered completely effectual by the decided support of a free and loyal people.
Seite xviii - ... appear, from experience and full consideration, most likely to provide for their internal prosperity, and to secure the important advantages which may be derived from thence to the commerce and revenue of this country.
Seite 328 - The third by agriculture, the only honest way, wherein man receives a real increase of the seed thrown into the ground, in a kind of continual miracle, wrought by the hand of God in his favour, as a reward for his innocent life and his virtuous industry.