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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
McCulloch, J.R. (John Ramsay), 1789-1864.
Select collection of scarce and valuable economical tracts.
New York, A.M. Kelley, 1966
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J R McCulloch
|Notes:||Originally published in 1859.|
|Description:||xxiv, 571 pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||An apology for the builder ; or a discourse shewing the cause and effects of the increase of building (1685) --
Giving alms no charity, and employing the poor a grievance to the nation. Addressed to the Parliament of England (1704) --
View of the Greenland trade and whale-fishery, with the national and private advantages thereof (1722) --
Apology for the business of pawn-broking, by A Pawn-Broker (1744) --
Extracts from the works of Dr. Franklin, on population, commerce, etc. --
Reflections on the formation and distribution of wealth (1793) /M. Turgot --
Extract from an inquiry into the nature of the corn laws ; with a view to the new corn-bill proposed for Scotland (1777) --
Treatise on the Maritime Laws of Rhodes (1776) /Alexander C. Schomberg--
Dissertation on the Poor Laws (1776) /a Well-wisher to mankind--
Thoughts and details on scarcity, presented to Mr. Pitt, in November, 1795 (1800) / Right Hon. Edmund Burke --
Inquiry into the policy and justice of the prohibition of the use of grain in the distilleries, etc. (1808) / Archibald Bell.
|Series Title:||Reprints of economic classics.|
|Responsibility:||edited, with a pref., notes, and index, by John R. McCulloch.|