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" Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary, though a great number of people do not labour at all, many of whom consume the produce of ten times, frequently of a hundred times, more labour than the greater part of those who work... "
Annual Register - Σελίδα 238
1788
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London Review of English and Foreign Literature

William Kenrick - 1776
...thole afflifted vvith lingering difeafcs, to perift with hummer, or to be devoured by wild béait». Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...great number of people do not labour at all, many ot whom confume the produce of ten- times, frequently ot a hundred times more labour than the greater...

Annual Register, Τόμος 19

Edmund Burke - 1779
...and thofe afflifted with lingering difeafes, to perilh with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beaits. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...whole labour of the fociety is fo great, that all are often abundantly fupplied, and a workman, even of the loweft and pooreft order, if he is frugal...

The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1788
...and thofe afflifted with lingering difeafes, to perilh with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beaib. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...confume the produce 'of ten times, frequently of a bundred times more labour than the greater part of thofe whrf work ; yet the produce of the whole labour...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Τόμος 19

1788
...and thofe afflicted with lingering difeafcs, to peridi wiih hunger, or to be devoured by wild beads. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...labour at all, many of whom confume the produce of ten time?, frequently of a hundred times more labour than the greater part of thofe who work ; yet the...

An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations, Τόμος 1

Adam Smith - 1789
...and thofe afflicted with lingering difeafes, to perifh with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beafts. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...greater part of thofe who work ; yet the produce of the •vhole labour of the fociety is fo great, that all are often abundantly fupplied, and a workman,...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Τόμος 1

Adam Smith - 1809
...and those afflicted with lingering diseases, to perish with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beasts. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...number of people do not labour at all, many of whom consume the produce of ten times, frequently of a hundred rimes, more labour than the greater 'part...

An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Τόμος 1

Adam Smith - 1811
...though a great number of people do not labour at all, many of whom consume the produce of ten .tjmes, frequently of a hundred times, more labour than the greater part of those, who work ; yet the produce of the whole labour of the society is so great, that all are often...

The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1812
...thofe afflicted with lingering difeafes, to perift1 with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beafts. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...whole labour of the fociety is fo great, that all are often abundantly fupplied, and a workman, even even of the loweft and pooreft order, if he is frugal...

The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1812
...and thofe afHi&ed with lingering difeafes, to perifh with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beafts. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...whole labour of the fociety is fo great, that all ace often abundantly fupplied, and a workman, even of the loweft and pooreft order, if he is frugal...

The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1812
...thofe afflicted with lingering difeafes, to perifli with hunger, or to be devoured by wild beafts. Among civilized and thriving nations, on the contrary,...greater part of thofe who work ; yet the produce of the wjiole labour of the fociety is fo great, that all •are often abundantly fupplied, and a workman,...




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