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" The ordinary means, therefore, to increase our wealth and treasure, is by foreign trade ; wherein we must ever observe this rule — to sell more to strangers yearly than we consume of theirs in value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully... "
An Inquiry Into the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth: And Into the Means ... - 370 ページ
James Maitland Earl of Lauderdale 著 - 1804 - 482 ページ
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Ueber national-wohlstand

James Maitland Earl of Lauderdale - 1804 - 106 ページ
...fell more to ftrangers yearly than we confume of theirs in value. For fuppofe that when this kingdom K plentifully ferved with the cloth, lead, tin, iron,...order duly kept in our trading, we may reft affured, fured, that the kingdom fhall be enriched yearly two hundred thoufand pounds, which muft be brought...

A Discourse on the Rise, Progress, Peculiar Objects, and Importance, of ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1824 - 118 ページ
...value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of L. 2,200,000, by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

Outlines of Political Economy

John MacVickar - 1825 - 188 ページ
...value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of L. 2,200,000, by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

The Principles of Political Economy: With a Sketch of the Rise and Progress ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1825 - 423 ページ
...value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of L. 2,200,000, by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

View of the Progress of Political Economy in Europe Since the Sixteenth ...

Sir Travers Twiss - 1847 - 298 ページ
...value; for, suppose that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of 2,200,000/., by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

View of the Progress of Political Economy in Europe Since the 16th Century ...

Travers Twiss - 1847 - 298 ページ
...value ; for, suppose that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of 2,200,000/., by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

The Principles of Political Economy: With Some Inquiries Respecting Their ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1849 - 646 ページ
...value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of £2,200,000, by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 54〜55 巻

1866
...this kits;dom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin. iron, fish, and other native commoJities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of XJ.ïtHV-O', by which means we are enabled beyond the seas to buy and bring in foreign *ira for our...

The principles of political economy: with sketch of the rise and progress of ...

1870
...,value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of .£2,200,000, by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...

Early Histories of Economic Thought, 1824-1914: Early histories of economic ...

Roger Backhouse - 2000 - 446 ページ
...value. For, suppose, that when this kingdom is plentifully served with cloth, lead, tin, iron, fish, and other native commodities, we do yearly export the overplus to foreign countries to the value of L. 2,200,000, by which means we are enabled, beyond the seas, to buy and bring in foreign wares for...




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