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THE

PRINCIPLES

OT

POPULATION AND PRODUCTION,

AS THEY ARE ASPECTED BY TEX

PROGRESS OF SOCIETY ;

WITH A VIEW TO

MORAL AND POLITICAL

CONSEQUENCES.

BY

JOHN WEYLAND, JUN. ESQ. F.R.S.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY,

47, PATERNOSTER-ROW;
J. HATCHARD, 190, PICCADILLY; JOSEPH PARKER, OXFORD;

DEIGHTON AND SONS, CAMBRIDGE; WILLIAM BLACKWOOD,
EDINBURGH ; AND JOHN CUMMING, DUBLIN.

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DEDICATION.

TO THE

CHANCELLOR,

MASTERS, AND SCHOLARS,

OP TIS

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.

My Lords AND GENTLEMEN,

Reclaes, 10-23-29 T.E.N.

The following work is an attempt to establish the elements of society, during the whole of its progress, from the lowest to the highest stages of civilization, upon the basis of sound morals; and to deduce from the hypothesis certain plain and practical principles of moral and political economy for the use of the British student.

On considering to whom I could with the greatest pleasure and propriety dedicate such a work, my

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