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" ... increasing with the population, as the population must increase with the riches of the country ; — whether a great part of the same capital which is employed in supporting the industry connected with manufactures, commerce, and public works, does... "
the farmers magazine - Page 19
1823
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The Country constitutional guardian and literary magazine [ed. by J.M. Gutch].

John Mathew Gutch - 1822
...serve also as a capital for the encouragement «if Agriculture? — whether, in our own «•ouittry in former times, and in other naturally fertile countries up to the n( time, Agriculture bas not languished from the want of such a stimulus 1 — and whether, in those...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 14

1823
...public works be undertaken, without furnishing to the skill and labour which the capitals thus employed put in motion, increased means of paying for the productions...wretched, in proportion as, from want of capital, their labouris more exclusively confined to raising from their own soil, the meant of their own scanty subsistence....
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 14

1823
...capitals thus employed put in motion, increased means of paying for the productions of the land j — whether the principal part of those productions which...whether, in those countries, the proprietors of the laud are not themselves poor, and the people wretched, in proportion as, from want of capital, their...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 14

1823
...increasing with the population, as the population must increase' with the riches of the country j — whether a great part of the same capital which is...times, and in other naturally fertile countries up to thepresent time, agriculture has not languished from the want of such a stimulus ; — and whether,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 14

1823
...occupier of the soil, serve also as a capital for the encouragement of agriculture ; — whether, in pur own country in former times, and in other naturally...wretched, in proportion as, from want of capital, their labouris more exclusively confined to raising from their own soil, the means of their own scanty subsistence....
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1842
...does not, passing by a very rapid course into the hands of the occupier of the soil, serve also as capital for the encouragement of agriculture. Whether in our own country, in former times, agriculture has not languished from the want of such a stimulus ; and whether, in those countries,...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1841
...desires of the different classes of the community must not necessarily be drawn from our own Boil, — the demand increasing with the population, as the...has not languished from the want of such a stimulus ? — whether, in those countries, the proprietors of the land are not themselves poor, and the people...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1841
...soil,—the demand increasing with the population, as the population must increase with the richeg of the country ?—whether a great part of the same...has not languished from the want of such a stimulus ?—whether, in those countries, the proprietors of the land are not themselves poor, and the people...
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The Free Trade Speeches of the Right Hon. Charles Pelham Villiers ..., Volume 1

Charles Pelham Villiers - 1883
...does not, passing by a very rapid course into the hands of the occupier of the soil, serve also as capital for the encouragement of agriculture. Whether in our own country, in former times, agriculture has not languished from the want of such a stimulus ; and whether, in those countries,...
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What Protection Does for the Farmer and Labourer: A Chapter of Agricultural ...

Isaac Saunders Leadam - 1893 - 104 pages
...and labour which the capitals they employ put in motion, increased means of paying for the production of the land? Whether the principal part of those productions...from the want of such a stimulus ? and whether, in these countries, the proprietors of land are not themselves poor and the people wretched in proportion...
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