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Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England
To which is added, A discourse upon improving the revenue of the state of Athens / written originally in Greek, by Xenophon; and now made English from the original, with some historical notes, by another hand.
|Other titles||A discourse upon improving the revenue of the state of Athens.|
|Statement||by the author of the Essay on ways and means.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||279p., 62p. :|
|Number of Pages||279|
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Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England. London, Printed for J. Knapton, (OCoLC) Named Person: Xénophon. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Davenant.
Discourses on the Publick Revenues, and on the Trade of England. In two Parts. First edition of this important early work on economics. Sir Charles Davenant (), MP and, at the end of his life, Inspector-General of Exports and Imports, took many years to become recognized as an economist of the first rank, a fact explained by the sophistication of his thought.
Part I of the. Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England in two parts / Bibliographic Details; Search for the book on E-ZBorrow.
LL.D. relating to the trade and revenue of England, the plantation trade, the East-India trade, and African trade. A discourse upon grants and resumptions: showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the crown-revenue, and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied towards the payment of the publick debts / by: Davenant, Charles, Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England [microform]: in two parts, viz.
Of the use of political arithmetick, in all considerations about the revenues and trade, II. On credit, and the means and methods by which it may be restored, III. On the management of the King's revenues, IV. Charles Davenant, 'Discourses on the Public Revenues, and on the Trade of England in Two Parts.
PART I. DISCOURSE III. On the Management of the King's Revenues. () in Sir C. Whitworth (ed.) The Political and Commercial Works of that. Davenant was a prolific analyst of political economy, writing works such as A Discourse on the Publick Revenues and of the Trade of England () and Essays on the Balance of Power ().
His collected works were published in by Charles Whitworth Discourses on the publick revenues. In he published Discourses on the Publick Revenues and on the Trade of England, part 1, which contained strong objections to long-term borrowing as a way to fund government expenditures and advocated paying back the debt incurred during the war as soon as possible.
The basis for Davenant's argument was that "high taxation for debt service. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
An essay upon ways and means. An essay on the East India trade. Discourses on the public revenues and on the trade of England, in two parts: pts.
1: I. 83 Davenant, C., Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England (London, ), pp. 74 and This is a point forcefully made in Berg and Eger, Luxury in the eighteenth century. 84 Davenant, C. Get this from a library. A vindication of some assertions relating to coin and trade: from the reflections made by the author of the essay on ways and means, in his book, intituled, Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England, &c.
part. II. [Charles Davenant; John Pollexfen]. The Resource A Postscript to A discourse of credit and the means and methods of restoring it: written by the author of the Essay of ways and means and published in the first part of his Discourses on the publick revenues and of the trade of England, /8, (electronic resource).
From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. A Discourse of Trade: From England Unto the East-Indies, Thomas Mun Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. Or a Discourse Concerning, The Extent and Value of Lands, People, Buildings: Husbandry, Manufacture, Commerce, Fishery, Artizans, Seamen, Soldiers; Publick Revenues, Interest, Taxes, Superlucration, Registries, Banks, that the Church and State of England, are in the same danger with the Trade of England; with many other dismal Suggestions.
North ’s Discourses upon Trade is one of the earliest attempts to theorize as a whole the workings of a market economy in England. There are two discourses: one concerning “the abatement of interest” and the other on “coyned money”.
that the King should in all the Receipts of the Publick Revenue. ‘Discourse analysis considers how language, both spoken and written, enacts social and cultural perspectives and identities. Assuming no prior knowledge of linguistics, An Introduction to Discourse Analysis examines the field and presents James Paul Gee’s unique integrated approach which incorporates both a theory of language-in-use and a method of.
This article seeks to re-examine the intellectual context of commercial policy and regulation in seventeenth-century England. It questions a common assumption about so-called ‘mercantilist’ writers: that they saw trade as in some way finite and.
This sheweth a Mistake of Mr. Munn, in his Discourse of Trade, who commends Parsimony, Frugality, and Sumptuary Laws, as the means to make a Nation Rich; and uses an Argument, from a Simile, supposing a Man to have l.
per Annum, and l. in a Chest, and spends Yearly l. per Annum, he will in four Years time Waste his l.7 This. Public Discourse is the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute.
The publication was founded in by Ryan T. Anderson, and is dedicated to providing thoughtful, philosophically rigorous commentary on the most important issues of the day.
The journal strives to enhance public understanding of the moral foundations of free societies by. Discourses Upon Trade; Principally Directed to the Cases of the Interest, Coynage, Clipping, Increase of Money that the King should n all the Receipts of the Publick Revenue, forbid the taking of clipt Coyn, unless the Subject were content to pay it by weight at 5 s 2 d per Ounce, every Piece being cut in Two, (which must be expecially and.
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