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An enquiry into the reasons of the decay of credit, trade, and manufactures in Ireland.

Daniel Webb

An enquiry into the reasons of the decay of credit, trade, and manufactures in Ireland.

by Daniel Webb

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Published by printed for T. Moore in Dublin .
Written in English


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ESTC t183014.

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Pagination36p. ;
Number of Pages36
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Open LibraryOL22832701M

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Manufactures, those of the finer kind especially, are more easily transported from one country to another than corn or cattle. It is in the fetching and carrying manufactures, accordingly, that foreign trade is chiefly employed. In manufactures, a very small advantage will enable foreigners to undersell our own workmen, even in the home market. An inquiry into the nature and origin of public wealth, and into the means and causes of its increase. (New York, A.M. Kelley, ), by James Maitland Lauderdale and Morton Paglin (page images at HathiTrust) The American distribution of income: a structural problem. (Washington: U.S. Govt. Print.

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