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A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies
|Other titles||Discourse concerning trade|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 59:3., Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 275:15.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
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. A discourse concerning coining the new money lighter in answer to Mr. Lock's Considerations about raising the value of money That the Balance of Trade is a Nation that serves rather to puzzle all Debates of Trade, than to discover any particular Advantages that a Nation may get by regulating of Trade. let the accompt be taken from the.
This book insists that the “obligation,” as Vattel describes it, of nations to engage in mutual commerce, means that those “privileges and tolls, which obtain in many places, and press so heavily upon commerce, are deservedly to be reprobated.” To be sure, none of these thinkers considered free trade to be an absolute right. [West then identifies] "particular illustrations of this broad difference between Sidney and Locke". It is unlikely that you have heard of either Robert Filmer or his book, "Patriarcha" [published in , though written in ], a defense of the rights of kings, as it Reviews: 5.
The careful researches of Professor Stephen Bauer have thrown much needed light upon the life of Nicholas Barbon and upon his proper place in the history of economic thought.1 Born in London, probably in , the son of Praisegod Barebone—"anabaptist, leather-seller, and politician,"2 —he studied medicine at Leyden, received a medical degree at Utrecht in , and was admitted as an. Abstract of several acts of Parliament, now in force, for securing the lawful trade of His Majesty's subjects to the East-Indies and for preventing any others than such who are or shall be licensed for that purpose, from going to, being found in, or trading into, or from the East-Indies.
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A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies: wherein several weighty propositions are fully discussed, and the state of the A discourse concerning trade Company is faithfully stated.
by: Child, Josiah, Sir, Published: (). A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies: wherein several weighty propositions are fully discussed, and the state of the East-India Company is faithfully stated. A Discourse Concerning Trade, and that in Particular of the East-Indies: Wherein Several Weighty Propositions are Fully Discussed, and the State of the East-India Company is Faithfully Stated The book was a landmark work in the history and economics as it was comprehensive and an accurate characterization of the economic mechanisms at work Author: Sir Josiah Child.
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Be the first. Child, Josiah, Sir, A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies wherein several weighty propositions are fully discussed. An account of the trade to the East Indies together with the state of the present company, and the best method for establishing and managing that trade, to the honour and advantage, of the nation / by: White, George.
Published: (). A discourse concerning the East-India-trade, shewing how it is unprofitable to the kindome of England.
Being taken out of an essay on trade; written by Mr. John Cary, merchant in Bristol, in the year To which are added some observations of Sir Jos. Child and of the author of the Essay on ways and means relating to trade. Preface. Forasmuch as Men, who are in a decaying condition, or who have but an ill opinion of their own Concernments, instead of being (as some think) the more industrious to resist the Evils they apprehend, do contrariwise become the more languid and ineffectual in all their Endeavours, neither caring to attempt or prosecute even the probable means of their relief Upon this Consideration, as.
A Discourse Concerning Trade and that in Particular of the East Indies. Lon- don, १०६. A Discourse of the General Notions of Money, Trade and Exchanges, as They Stand in Relation Each to Ot- her.
By a Merchant. London, १०६. A Discourse on the Necessity of Encou. A supplement, to a former treatise concerning the East-India trade, printed [Anon] A Discourse concerning Trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies wherein several weighty propositions are fully discussed, and the state of the East-India Company is faithfully stated, [Anon.].
A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies wherein several weighty propositions are fully discussed, and the state of the East-India Company is faithfully stated.
by: Child, Josiah, Sir, Published: (). Get this from a library. A discourse concerning trade, and that in particular of the East-Indies wherein several weighty propositions are fully discussed, and the state of the East-India Company is faithfully stated.
[Josiah Child, Sir] -- Caption title. Attributed to Josiah Child. Imprint from colophon. An abstract of: A treatise wherein is demonstrated, I. Preview this book» What people are Concerning Companies of Merchants ap.
Chap IV. Chap v. Chap VI. Chap VII. Concerning the Ballance of Trade. Other editions - View all. A New Discourse of Trade: Where are Recommended Several Weighty Points Sir Josiah Child Full view - A New Discourse of Trade.
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It was the controversies to which the action of the East India Company gave rise that led to the publication of his opinions upon trade. To defend the Company against the outcry caused by its exportation of precious metal, he published in A Discourse of Trade from England into the East Indies.
Thomas Mun, (baptized JLondon, England—died c. J ), English writer on economics who gave the first clear and vigorous statement of the theory of the balance of trade. Mun came into public prominence in England during the economic depression of Many people had blamed the East India Company for the economic downturn because the company financed its trade.
("A Discourse concerning Trade, and that in particular of the East Indies," &c. London,p. 2.) "The stock and riches of the kingdom cannot properly be confined to money, nor ought gold and silver to be excluded from being merchandise." ("The East-India Trade a Most Profitable Trade." London,p.
4.). A particular discourse concerning the great necessity and manifold commodities that are like to grow to this Realm of England by the Western discoveries lately attempted, Written in the year * known as DISCOURSE OF WESTERN PLANTING [Excerpts] 1.
this western discovery will be greatly for the enlargement of the gospel of. Richard Hakluyt, English geographer noted for his political influence, his voluminous writings, and his persistent promotion of Elizabethan overseas expansion, especially the colonization of North America.
His major publication is The Principall Navigations, Voiages and Discoveries of the English Nation. The Author to his Book. Britannia Languens, or A Discourse of Trade; The Preface. THE Introduction. I will briefely set downe the substance of the English Trade vnto the East-Indies, concerning the quantitie of the seuerall howsoeuer the East India Trade in particular is an excellent meanes greatly to encrease the stocke of money which.
(T/F) A Discourse Concerning Western Planting argued that English settlement of North America would strike a blow against Spain. True (T/F) Disease killed many Indians, but European settlers were not affected by disease.3 Weekly Reading: • Keay, India: A History, chapter 16 (pp. ). • Josiah Child, A Discourse Concerning Trade and that in Particular of the East Indies (London: Andrew Sowle, ), pp.
• William Bolts, Considerations on India Affairs; Particularly Respecting the Present State of Bengal and its Dependencies (London: J. Almon et al., ), Preface (pp. v-xiv).Belonging to Cloaths, is 65 Fashion; which is the Shape or Form of Apparel.
|| In some places, it is fixt and certain ; as all over Asia, and in Spain; but in France, England, and other places, the Dress A Discourse of Trade 33 alters; Fashion or the alteration of Dress, is a great Pro- moter of Trade, because it occasions the Expence of.