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" there could be no riches, since riches are the offspring of labour, while labour can result only from a state of poverty. Poverty is that state and condition in society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, or, in other words, no property... "
A Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resources of the British Empire ... - Side 110
av Patrick Colquhoun - 1814 - 542 sider
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A treatise on indigence, exhibiting a general view of the national resources ...

Patrick Colquhoun - 1806
...necessary in the first instance to have a clear conception of the distinction between Indigence and Poverty. Poverty is that .state and condition in society...where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and, consequently, no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry in the various...
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A treatise on indigence: exhibiting a general view of the national resources ...

Patrick Colquhoun - 1806 - 302 sider
...necessary in the first instance to have a. clear ception of the distinction between Indfgtrice and Poverty. Poverty is that state and condition in society...where the individual has no Surplus labour in store, and, consequently, no property but what is derire<J from the constant exercise of industry in the various...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...Mr. Colquhoun commences bis discussion by distinguishing between Poverty,—which is defined to be ' that state and condition in .society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and, consequently, no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry/—and Indigence,...
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The Plain Englishman [ed. by C. Knight and E.H. Locker].

Charles Knight - 1820
...state of the poor, it is necessary to have a clear conception of the distinction between Indigence and Poverty. Poverty is that state and condition in society...where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and consequently, no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry in the various...
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The Economist and General Adviser: Containing Papers on the ..., Volum 1

1825
...state in society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and, consequently, no property, but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry in the various occupations of life; or, in other words, it is the state of every one who must labour for subsistence. Indigence is...
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Leigh's new picture of London; or, A view of the ... British metropolis [ed ...

Samuel Leigh (publisher.) - 1825
...accompanied by one of the committee. Pauperism and Mendicity. POVERTY has been well defined to be that condition in society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and consequently no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry in the various...
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Leigh's New Picture of London: Or A View of the Political, Religious ...

1827 - 532 sider
...PAUPERISM and MENDICITY are necessary to complete this chapter. POVERTY has been well defined to be that condition in society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and consequently no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry in the various...
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Leigh's New Picture of London; Or ... a Luminous Guide to the Stranger: On ...

Samuel Leigh - 1830 - 459 sider
...progress of PAUPERISM and MENDICITY are necessary to complete this chapter. consequently no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of industry in the various occupations of life ; that is, the state of every one who must labour for subsistence. INDIGENCE, on the other hand,...
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Leigh's New Picture of London, Or, A View of the Political, Religious ...

Samuel Leigh - 1834 - 474 sider
...PAUPEHISM and MENDICITY are necessary to complete this chapter. POvEHTY has been well denned to be that condition in society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and consequently no property but what is derived from the constant exercises of industry in the various...
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Official Reports ...

1902
...so that the social body instead of being burdened becomes benefited. Poverty has been defined as " that state and condition in society where the individual has no surplus labour in store, and consequently no property but what is derived from the constant exercise of his own industry " ;...
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