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OF THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS RELATING TO THE CIRCULATION
Introduction, on the importance of Commerce, 249.
Which Trade is the most beneficial to National Wealth 2 381,
Opinions in favour of Foreign Trade, 382; in favour of the
... of Corporations and privileged Companies, 398; this method of
trading is prejudicial to Wealth, 399.
. Of Modern Colonies, 404: their difference from the Colonies
of the Antients, ibid. This mode of trading is beneficial, and has
w CHAP. VIII. 3. Of Treaties of Commerce, 417; when are they beneficial 2 418. CHAP. IX. Of Exchanges, and the Balance of Trade, 419 : Balances of Exports and Imports are neither certain nor positive, 420. The subject of Exchanges is involved in still more inaccuracy and obscurity, 421. Difference between the Balance of Foreign Commerce and that of the Home Trade, 423. Is there any certain way to know the state of the Home Trade 2 426. CHAP. X. Conclusion of the Fourth Book, 428.
OF THE WARIOUS SYSTEMS CONCERNING THE NATIONAL IN COME AND CONSUMPTION.
CHAP. I. Of the National Income, 431. Is there any difference between National and Private Income 2 432 : they are one and the same thing, 434. Of the distribution of the National Income, 437. CHAP. II. Of Consumption, 442: ought it to be equal to the Income 2 ibid. €f Luxury, 446; among the Ancients, ibid; in the Middle Age, 447; in Modern times, 448. Is Consumption the cause or the effect of Wealth 451. Are some kinds of Consumption more or less savourable to Wealth 2 458.
BOOK WI. Conclusion of the Work, 460.
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