The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation

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INDEX
AGRICULTURE, effect of taxation on, 105, 118, 220
effect of war on, 177, 181
improved methods in, 40, 42, 71
nature's aids to, 39
in relation to productive labour in general, 234-23%
Banks, 238
rate of interest on money lent by, 246, 247
system of exchange with the Mint, 241, 242
Barton, on capital and labour, 270
Bills of exchange, 90, 91, 92
in relation to foreign currencies, 85, 92
Bounties, effect on colonial trade, 227
effect on price of commodities, 202
effect on relative value of money, 87, 207, 212
on exportation of corn, 201
on manufactures, 209
on production, 215
Buchanan, on bounties on exportation of corn, 211
on depreciation of the currency, 240, 251
on derivation of rent, 40, 224
on monopoly prices of raw produce, 166
on Poor Laws, 61
on rent as form of transferred revenue, 272
on rent in proportion to production, 224
on tax on malt, 168
on taxes on wages, 140, 143, 260
Bullion, exports and imports of, 150
Capital, 13
accumulation of, 73, 74, 79
British, in colonial trade, 231
circulating, 19, 23, 49, 94, 134
durability of, 18, 24, 27, 94
emigration of, 83
employment of, 48-51, 70, 164, 234, 235
fixed, 23, 29, 94, 133
increase in, causes of, 53, 54, 155
in foreign trade, 77, 78, 236
in home trade, 81, 83, 135
invested in land, 36, 41, 178-180
invested in machinery, 25, 26, 265
national, 94
nature of, 53
portion yielding no rent, 36, 37, 38, 64, 166, 189
price of commodities in relation to, 284
rent of land in relation to, 36
taxes on, 95
Cash accounts, 248
Colonial currency, 240

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