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" ... time, carries and brings back between London and Edinburgh near four ton weight of goods. In about the same time a ship navigated by six or eight men, and sailing between the ports of London and Leith, frequently carries and brings back two hundred... "
The New Golden Age and Influence of the Precious Metals Upon the World - 472 ページ
Robert Hogarth Patterson 著 - 1882
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. A careful ...

Adam Smith - 1875
...and sailing between the ports of London and Leith, frequently carries and brings back two hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, by the...quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad-wheeled waggons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses. Upon two hundred...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith - 1884 - 445 ページ
...hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eighl men, therefore, by the help of witlcr-carriage, can carry aud bring back, in the same time, the same quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh as fifty broad-wheeled xvaggons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses. Upon two hundred...

Transactions of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, 第 5〜6 巻

Canadian Society of Civil Engineers - 1891
...sailing between the "ports of London and Leith, frequently carries and brings back '' two hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, " by the help of water carriage, can convey and bring back the " same quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh...

Select Chapters and Passages from the Wealth of Nations of Adam Smith, 1776

Adam Smith - 1894 - 285 ページ
...and sailing between the ports of London and Leith, frequently carries and brings back two hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, by the...quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad-wheeled waggons, attended by a hundred men and drawn by four hundred horses. Upon two hundred...

An Essay on Value: With a Short Account of American Currency

John Borden - 1897 - 232 ページ
...men, and sailing between the ports of London and Leith, frequently carries and brings back 200 ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, by the help of water carriage, can carry and bring back in the same time the same quantity of goods between London...

Selected Readings in Economics

Charles Jesse Bullock - 1907 - 705 ページ
...frequently carries and brings back two hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, by help of water-carriage, can carry and bring back in...quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad-wheeled waggons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses. I'pon two hundred...

Some Readings in Economics: Prepared for the Use of Students in Course I ...

Fred Manville Taylor - 1907 - 216 ページ
...frequently carries and brings back two hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, by the way of water-carriage, can carry and bring back in the...quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad-wheeled wagons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses. Upon two hundred...

The First Industrial Revolution

P. M. Deane - 1979 - 318 ページ
...Smith, exaggerating a little perhaps, declared that 'Six or eight men by the help of water carriage can carry and bring back in the same time the same quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh as 5o broad-wheeled wagons attended by a hundred men and drawn by 4oo horses'.1 London indeed was built...

A New Historical Geography of England

Henry Clifford Darby - 1973 - 767 ページ
...that over the same period six or eight men, ' by the help of water carriage, can carry and bring back the same quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad- wheeled waggons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses'.2 The Port Books reveal how varied and how widespread...

The Archaeology of the Roman Economy

Kevin Greene - 1990 - 192 ページ
...to the cost and effort of land transport in his Wealth of Nations: Six or eight men, therefore, by help of watercarriage, can carry and bring back in...quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad-wheeled wagons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses. He added the further...




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