An attempt to balance the income and expenditure of the state: with some reflections on the nature and tendency of the late political struggles for power. By John Earl of Stair. Second edition. download epub
by John Dalrymple
Stair, John Dalrymple, Earl of, 1720-1789.
Stair, John Dalrymple, Earl of, 1720-1789. England - Finance and taxation, England - Politics and government 18th century. London, Printed for J. Stockdale.
By John Dalrymple Earl of Stair. An attempt to balance the income and expenditure of the State. John Dalrymple Earl of Stair.
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John Dalrymple, 5th Earl of Stair (1720–1789) was a Scottish soldier and politician. He was eldest son of George Dalrymple of Dalmahoy, fifth son of John Dalrymple, 1st Earl of Stair, and a baron of the court of exchequer of Scotland, by his wife Euphame, eldest daughter of Sir Andrew Myrton of Gogar. He passed advocate of the Scottish bar in 1741, but he entered the army and attained the rank of captain.
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The natural disposition of mankind to exchange with each other the different productions of their respective labours and talents, is the principle which has given birth to the division of labour – book I, chap. ii. The division of labour must of course be limited by the extent of the market; therefore, whatever tends to widen the market, facilitates the progress of a nation towards opulence – book I, chap.