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The interest of Great Britain considered

Benjamin Franklin

The interest of Great Britain considered

with regard to her colonies, and the aquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe : to which are added, Orservations [sic] concerning the increase of mankind, peopling of countries, &c. ...

by Benjamin Franklin

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Published by London printed, 1760, Boston, Reprinted by B. Mecom and Sold at the New Printing-Office, near the Town-House in [Boston] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Douglas, John, 1721-1807,
    • Burke, William, 1730-1798,
    • Anglo-French War, 1755-1763,
    • United States -- History -- French and Indian War, 1755-1763,
    • United States -- Politics and government -- 1755-1763,
    • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Early works to 1800

    • Edition Notes

      GenreEarly works to 1800.
      ContributionsJackson, Richard, d. 1787., Mecom, Benjamin, 1732-ca. 1776, printer., Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790., Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE199 .F813
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59, [5] p. ;
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6996387M
      LC Control Number08013323

      Should we be obliged at any time to make a war for the protection of our commerce, and to secure the exportation of our manufactures, would it be fair to represent such a war merely as blood and treasure spent in the cause of the weavers of Yorkshire, Norwich, or the West, the cutlers of Sheffield, or the button-makers of Birmingham? The budget of introduced the inhabited house duty and the malt tax, both recommended by Smith. Those merchants and manufacturers enjoy a sort of monopoly in the country which is so indulgent to them. Raised Bands Horizontal protruding strips found on the spine of a book.

      In I. This was the late age of English mercantilism, when many men were changing their views on the chief values the mother country could derive from the possession of colonies. Even the trade between the different parts of these British islands, is greatly superior to that between England and all the West-India islands put together. If I have been successful in proving that a considerable commerce may and will subsist between us and our future most inland settlements in North America, notwithstanding their distance, I have more than half proved no other inconveniency will arise from their distance. Let him compare those countries with others on this same island, where manufactures have not yet extended themselves, observe the present difference, and reflect how much greater our strength may be, if numbers give strength, when our manufacturers shall occupy every part of the island where they can possibly be subsisted.

      Despite their numbers and vigor, the pamphleteers probably had very little influence on the decisions of the responsible ministers or on the opinions of leaders of the various political factions; for their own reasons these men finally agreed, with dissent only on details, to take Canada and all other French The interest of Great Britain considered book territory east of the Mississippi and to return Guadeloupe and Martinique captured in The security of Germany was the argument for yielding considerable possessions there to the Swedes: and the security of Europe divided the Spanish monarchy, by the partition treaty, made between powers who had no other right to dispose of any part of it. His lectures endeavoured not merely to teach philosophy, but also to make his students embody that philosophy in their lives, appropriately acquiring the epithet, the preacher of philosophy. Smith was highly concerned about the problems of poverty. Chapter 10, part ii, motivates an understanding of the idea of feudalism. The latter first lost their trade and manufacturers to Antwerp and the cities of Brabant, from whence by persecution for religion they were sent into Holland and England.


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Errata List of mistakes and corrections noted after printing, often compiled on a separate sheet or slip and inserted into the text block.

Not uncommon in older, larger books, it is not considered a defect, so long as all integral leaves are present. But, as great abilities have not always the best information, there are, I apprehend, in the Remarks some opinions not well founded, and some mistakes of so important a nature, as The interest of Great Britain considered book render a few observations on them necessary for the better information of the publick.

A tax upon house-rents, therefore, would in general fall heaviest upon the rich; and in this sort of inequality there would not, perhaps, The interest of Great Britain considered book anything very unreasonable. Each region varies in its level of autonomy but all part of the United Kingdom.

Cardiff is the capital of Wales and its chief port. Association Copy copy that belonged to someone connected with the author or the contents of a book. Germany is full of tradesmen and artificers of all kinds, and the governments there, are not all of them always favourable to the commerce of Britain, yet it is a well-known fact, that our manufactures find their way even into the heart of Germany.

But in every improved and civilized society this is the state into which the labouring poor, that is, the great body of the people, must necessarily fall, unless government takes some pains to prevent it.

In America it is quite otherwise. Sometimes we can't imagine how people could live without cars, buses, trains and planes many years ago.

To better understand the evolution of the work under Smith's hand, a team led by Edwin Cannan collated the first five editions. This is the state of the greater part of the labouring poor in all countries. They are unwilling for fear of offending the people, who, by so great and so sudden an increase of taxes, would soon be disgusted with the war [ Our trade to the West-India islands is undoubtedly a valuable one: but whatever is the amount of it, it has long been at a stand.

He took somewhat more time than Burke had done and three months passed before his response appeared. While this makes it impossible to read all of the pages, it also indicates a probability that the text block has not been altered since leaving the printer.

It is a small town with a population of about fifty thousand people. Stratford-upon-Avon is a small town.

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