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" By a perpetual monopoly, all the other subjects of the State are taxed very absurdly in two different ways : first, by the high price of goods, which, in the case of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper ; and, secondly, by their total exclusion from... "
The Oriental Herald - Página 70
1829
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen45

1827
...profusion. ' By the establishment,' says Dr Smith, ' of the commercial monopoly of the East India Company, the other subjects of the State are taxed very absurdly...cheaper ; * and, secondly, by their total exclusion * The effect that the partial opening of the trade in 1815 had on the prices of mace and nutmegs, may...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

1808
...particular state to the exclusion of all their fellowcountrymen. ' By a perpetual monopoly (says Adam Smith) all the other subjects of the state are taxed very absurdly in two different ways j first, by the high price of goods, which in the case of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper;...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volumen3

Adam Smith - 1811
...the company, and the trade to be laid open to all the subjects of the state. By a perpetual monopoly, all the other subjects of the state are taxed very...they could buy much cheaper ; and, secondly, by their toI I6O EXPENSES 0F BV tal exclusion from a branch of business which it might be both convenient and...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volumen3

Adam Smith - 1819
...the company, and the trade to be laid open to all the subjects of the state. By a perpetual monopoly, all the other subjects of the state are taxed very...of goods, which, in the case of a free trade, they (•ould buy much cheaper ; and, secondly, by their total exclusion from a branch of business which...
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, Volumen9

Freeman Hunt - 1843
...be laid open to all the subjects of the state. By a perpetual monopoly, (this I should not claim,) all the other subjects of the state are taxed very...; first, by the high price of goods, which, in the course of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper ; and secondly, \sy their total exclusion from...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen9

1843
...be laid open to all the subjects of the state. By a perpetual monopoly, (this I should not claim,) all the other subjects of the state are taxed very...; first, by the high price of goods, which, in the course of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper ; and secondly, by their total exclusion from a...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen9

1843
...be laid open to all the subjects of the state. By a perpetual monopoly, (this I should not claim,) all the other subjects of the state are taxed very...; first, by the high price of goods, which, in the course of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper; and secondly, by their total exclusion from a...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen9

1843
...taxed very absurdly in two different ways ; first, by the high price of goods, which, in the course of a free trade, they could buy much cheaper ; and...exclusion from a branch of business, which it might be convenient and profitable for many of them to carry on. It is for the most worthless of all purposes,...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volumen2

Adam Smith - 1880
...the company, and the trade to be laid open to all the subjects of the State. By a perpetual monopoly, all the other subjects of the State are taxed very...convenient and profitable for many of them to carry on. Tt is for the most worthless of all purposes too that they are taxed in this manner. It is merely to...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith - 1909 - 590 páginas
...the company, and the trade to be laid open to all the subjects of the state. By a perpetual monopoly, all the other subjects of the state are taxed very...by the high price of goods, which, in the case of a free-trade, they could buy much cheaper; and, secondly, by their total exclusion from a branch of business,...
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