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" ... properly drained and manured, and advantageously divided by hedges, fences and walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would naturally be paid for the use of one, than for the use of the other ; yet in both cases this... "
The Logic of Political Economy, and Other Papers - Pagina 120
door Thomas De Quincey - 1859 - 387 pagina’s
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - 1821 - 538 pagina’s
...of the same natural fertility, one had all the conveniences of farming buildings, and, besides, were properly drained and manured, and advantageously divided...walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would naturally be paid for the use of one, than for the use of the other ; yet in...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - 1835
...the same natural fer' tility, one had all the conveniences of farming ' buildings, and, besides, were properly drained and ' manured, and advantageously...walls, while the other had none of these ' advantages, more remuneration would naturally be ' paid for the use of one, than for the use of the ' other ; yet...
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Principles of Political Economy, Delen 1-4

Henry Charles Carey - 1837 - 736 pagina’s
...of the same natural fertility, one had all the conveniences of farming buildings, and, besides, were properly drained and manured, and advantageously divided...walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would naturally be paid for the use of one, than for the use of the other; yet in...
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The Elements of Political Economy

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1858 - 573 pagina’s
...drained and manured, and advantageously divided * Principles of Political Economy and Taxation, p. 53. by hedges, fences, and walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would naturally be j>aid for the use of one, than for the use of the other, yet,...
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THE LOGIC OF POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND OTHER PAPERS

THOMAS DE QUINCEY - 1859
...seems almost indispensable for reaching the true distinction between what is rent, and what is not. For instance, he himself supposes the case where " of...the other had none of these advantages." Now, surely Bicardo has the right to presume, that for the improved farm "more remuneration would naturally be...
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The Works of Thomas De Quincey, "The English Opium Eater ..., Volume 13

Thomas De Quincey - 1863
...farms," otherwise exactly equal (same size, same quality), "one had all the conveniencies of fanning buildings, was, besides, properly drained and manured,...other had none of these advantages. " Now, surely Eicardo has the right to presume, that for the improved farm "more remuneration would naturally be...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - 1872
...and of the same natural fertility, one had all the convenience of farming buildings, and besides, was properly drained and manured, and advantageously divided...walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would naturally be paid for the use of one, than for the use of the other, yet, in...
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The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Volume 10

Thomas De Quincey - 1877
...seems almost indispensable for reaching the true distinction between what is rent, and what is not. For instance, he himself supposes the case where " of...than for the unimproved. But would that excess of remuneraTHE LOGIC OF POLITICAL ECONOMY. 121 tion be " rent ? " " No," says Ricardo himself, " it would...
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The Works of David Ricardo

David Ricardo, John Ramsay McCulloch - 1886 - 584 pagina’s
...the same natural fertility, one had all the conveniences of farming buildings, and, beside.-. were properly drained and manured, and advantageously divided...walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would naturally be paid for the use of one, than for the use of the other ; yet in...
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Labor, Capital and Money: Their Just Relations

Cyrus C. Camp - 1888 - 250 pagina’s
...conveniences of farming buildings, and, besides, were properly drained and manured, and advautageously divided by hedges, fences and walls, while the other had none of these advantages, more remuneration would be naturally paid for the use of one than for the use of the other; yet, in...
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