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" the harvest, which is the end of his endeavours, we find the worth and plentiful encrease of his actions." This early enunciation of the Mercantile System, which anticipated Colbert's acceptance of it by a quarter of a century, fell flat in 1628. Parliament... "
History of India - Page 170
by Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - 1907
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The whistler at the plough. Also, 'Free trade and the League'.

Alexander Somerville - 1853
...ground, wo shall account him rather a madman than a husbandman. But when we consider his labours in the harvest, which is the end of his endeavours, we find the worth and plentiful increase of his actions. 1 ' (Treasure by Foreign Trade, p. 50, ed. 1664.) We may here remark, that...
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A History of British India: To the union of the old and new companies under ...

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1900 - 419 pages
...ground, we will rather accompt him a madman than a husbandman : but when we consider his labours in the harvest, which is the end of his endeavours, we...the worth and plentiful encrease of his actions.' 1 1628 This early enunciation of the Mercantile System, which anticipated Colbert's acceptance of it...
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A Short History of English Commerce and Industry

Langford Lovell Price - Commerce - 1900 - 252 pages
...ground, we will rather accompt him a madman than a Husbandman: but when we consider his labours in the Harvest, which is the end of his endeavours, we find the worth and plentifull encrease of his actions." Such was the nature of the reasoning by which the " bullionists"...
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The East India Trade in the XVIIth Century in Its Political and Economic Aspects

Sir Shafaʼat Ahmad Khan - East Indies - 1923 - 325 pages
...we will rather accompt him a madman rather than a husbandman ; but when we consider his labours in the harvest, which is the end of his endeavours, we find the worth and plentiful increase of his action.' s Mun's thoroughgoing plea for the exportation of money essentially fixed...
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A Review Of Economic Theory

Edwin Cannan - Business & Economics - 1964 - 448 pages
...ground, we will rather accompt him a mad man than a husbandman : but when we consider his labours in the harvest which is the end of his endeavours, we...find the worth and plentiful encrease of his actions " (p. 27). The last chapter of the book consists of an emphatic restatement of the thesis that " so...
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Harmony and the Balance: An Intellectual History of Seventeenth-Century ...

Andrea Lynne Finkelstein - Business & Economics - 2009 - 392 pages
...ground, we will rather accompt him a man mad than a husbandman: but when we consider his labours in the harvest which is the end of his endeavours, we find the worth and plentiful esscrease of his actions.” 3 Rather than ask ourselves whether or not Mun was here making the analytic...
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Development of Economic Analysis

Ingrid Hahne Rima - Business & Economics - 2001 - 585 pages
...ground, we will rather account him a mad man than a husbandman: but when we consider his labours in the harvest which is the end of his endeavours, we find the worth and plentiful increase of his actions. The Conclusion upon All That Hath Been Said, Concerning the Exportation or...
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The History of Economic Thought: A Reader

Steven G. Medema, Warren J. Samuels - Business & Economics - 2003 - 668 pages
...ground, we will rathr accompt him a mad man than a husbandman: but when we consider his labours in the harvest which is the end of his endeavours, we...find the worth and plentiful encrease of his actions. Chapter 10: The observation of the Statute of Imployments to be made by strangers, cannot encrease,...
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The Origins of International Economics

Robert W. Dimand - Business & Economics - 2004 - 424 pages
...ground, we will rather accompt him a mad man than a husbandman: but when we consider his labours in the harvest which is the end of his endeavours, we...find the worth and plentiful encrease of his actions. CHAPTER X The observation of the Statute of Imployments to be made by strangers, cannot encrease, nor...
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