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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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The Long Wave in the World Economy: The Present Crisis in Historical Perspective

Andrew Tylecote - 1992 - 338 ページ
...cheaper. As Adam Smith put it later in the century, '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 fifty broad-wheeled waggons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses'.3 As for power,...

Time & Ego: Judeo-Christian Egotheism and the Anglo-Saxon Industrial Revolution

Claudiu A. Secara - 2007 - 122 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 wagons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses." Open sea navigation...

A Short History of Europe, 1600-1815: Search for a Reasonable World

Lisa Rosner, Professor Lisa Rosner, John Theibault - 2000 - 450 ページ
...margins. Adam Smith observed, for example, that "six or eight men by the help of water carriage can bring back in the same time the same quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh as 50 broad-wheeled wagons attended by a hundred men and drawn by 400 horses."1 The economic mastery of...

The Origins of International Economics: Classical theory of the gains from trade

Robert William Dimand - 2004 - 522 ページ
...failing 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...of water-carriage, can carry and bring back in the fame time the fame quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh as fifty broad-wheeled waggon's,...

The Transportation Experience: Policy, Planning, and Deployment

William L. Garrison, David M. Levinson - 2005 - 472 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...

Readings in the Economics of the Division of Labor: The classical tradition

Guang-Zhen Sun - 2005 - 294 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...

The Squashed Philosophers

Glyn Lloyd-Hughes - 2005 - 436 ページ
...rivers, that industry of every kind naturally begins to subdivide and improve itself. Six or eight men, by the help of water-carriage, can carry and bring...quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh as fifty broad-wheeled waggons, attended by a hundred men, and four hundred horses. The nations that, according...

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

Adam Smith - 2007 - 512 ページ
...and failing between the ports of London wA Leith, frequently carries and brings back two hundred ton weight of goods. Six or eight men, therefore, by the...of water-carriage, can carry and bring back in the fame time the fame quantity of goods between London and Edinburgh, as fifty broad-wheeled waggons,...

The Real Price of Everything: Rediscovering the Six Classics of Economics

Michael Lewis - 2007 - 1467 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 wagons, attended by a hundred men, and drawn by four hundred horses. Upon two hundred...




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