検索 画像 マップ Play YouTube ニュース Gmail ドライブ もっと見る »
ログイン
書籍 English landowners, in the lirst vehement opposition to railways, acquired the habit... の書籍検索結果 10 件中 1 - 10 件目
" English landowners, in the lirst vehement opposition to railways, acquired the habit of being bought off at high prices, and of exacting immense sums for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid 12,000?. per mile for land... "
Journal of the Statistical Society of London - 610 ページ
1866
全文表示 - この書籍について

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

William Buck Dana - 1867
...real value. This habit of exaction has been perpetuated to our own day. As an every day in stance, I may mention that, only a few months ago, a gentleman...land, of which the admitted agricultural value was £100 an acre, and three acres of limestone, of which the proved value to a quarrymam was £300 an...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

1867
...immense suma for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid £12,000 per mile for land through an agricultural country,...has been perpetuated to our own day. As an every day in stance, I may mention that, only a few months ago, a gentleman of great wealth was selling to a...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

William Buck Dana - 1867
...immense sums for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid ¿12,000 per mile for land through an agricultural country,...has been perpetuated to our own day. As an every day in stance, I may mention that, only a few months ago, a gentleman of great wealth was selling to a...

Northern Pacific Railroad Company: Pamphlet Vol.], 第 1 巻

1866
...immense sums for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid £12,000 per mile for land through an agricultural country,...day. As an every day instance I may mention that, onlv a few months ago a gentleman of great wealth was selling to a railway company, which he had supported...

National Finance: A Review of the Policy of the Last Two Parliaments, and of ...

John Noble - 1875 - 368 ページ
...ten times its real value. This habit of exaction has been perpetuated to our own day. As an every-day instance, I may mention that, only a few months ago,...thirty acres of grass land, of which the admitted agricnltural value was £100 an acre, and three acres of limestone, of which the proved value to a...

National Finance: A Review of the Policy of the Last Two Parliaments, and of ...

John Noble - 1875 - 368 ページ
...immense sums for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid £12,000 per mile for land through an agricultural country, being about ten times its real value. This habit ot exaction has been perpetuated to our own day. As an every-day instance, I may mention that, only...

Railway Problems: An Inquiry Into the Economic Conditions of Railway Working ...

James Stephen Jeans - 1887 - 560 ページ
...has been perpetuated to our own day. As an everyday instance, I may mention that, only a fewmonths ago, a gentleman of great wealth was selling to a...land, of which the admitted agricultural value was £100 an acre, and three acres of limestone, of which the proved value to a quarryman was £300 an...

Railway Problems: An Inquiry Into the Economic Conditions of Railway Working ...

James Stephen Jeans - 1887 - 560 ページ
...immense sums for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid £12,000 per mile for land through an agricultural country, being about ten times its real value. This habit ' "On Railway Extension and its ResuOs." of exaction has been perpetuated to our own day. As an everyday...

The Corporation Problem: The Public Phases of Corporations, Their Uses ...

William Wilson Cook - 1891 - 262 ページ
...Mr. Jeans quotes to the effect that " The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid .£12,000 per mile for land through an agricultural country,...exaction has been perpetuated to our own day. As an every-day instance, I may mention that only a few months ago a gentlemen of great wealth was selling...

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 第 29 巻

1866
...immense sums for imaginary damages. The first Eastern Counties line was said to have paid 12,000?. per mile for land through an agricultural country,...land, of which the admitted agricultural value was 100?. an acre, and three acres of limestone, of which the proved value to a quarrymaii was 300?.. an...




  1. マイ ライブラリ
  2. ヘルプ
  3. ブックス検索オプション
  4. PDF をダウンロード