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" ... what cause, profits will fall ; but there are two causes which raise the wages of labour, — one the demand for labourers being great in proportion to the supply, — the other that the food and necessaries of the labourer are difficult of production... "
Memoirs and correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, second marquess of ... - Page 438
by Viscount Robert Stewart Castlereagh - 1853
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Some Account of the Life and Writings of Mrs. Trimmer, Volume 1

Mrs. Trimmer (Sarah) - Women authors, English - 1814
...respecting putting the entire Scriptures into the hands of the Sunday scholars. I will only say, that the more I reflect on the subject, the more I am convinced that it is not right to supersede the figurative stile in which they speak of God and divine things,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 45

1839
...little of Europe, and have never witnessrd any good popular schools where Christianity was awanting. The more I reflect on the subject, the more I am convinced with the directors of the Ecoles Normales, and the ministerial counscllers, that we must go hand in...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 35

England - 1834
...little of Europe, and have never witnessed any good popular schools where Christianity was awanting. The more I reflect on the subject, the more I am convinced, with the Directors of the Ecoles Normales, and the Ministerial Counsellors, that we muet go hand in...
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The Principles of Population: And Their Connection with Human ..., Volume 2

Sir Archibald Alison - Population - 1840
...little of Europe, and have never witnessed any good popular schools where Christianity was awanting. The more I reflect on the subject, the more I am convinced with the directors of the Ecoles Normales, and the ministerial counsellors, that we must go hand in...
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Memoir of Philip and Rachel Price

1852
...concern and apprehension on their part for the result. The 29th of 7 mo., 1825, P. Price writes, " The more I reflect on the subject, the more I am convinced of the delusion, and that it will end in disappointment and ruin. I am more and more convinced that...
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Rachel and the New world: A trip to the United States and Cuba

Léon Beauvallet - Cuba - 1856 - 404 pages
...so much else to do. First of all, they must sleep. Everything else can be put off till another time! The more I reflect on the subject, the more I am convinced that the genuine citizen of Havana resembles that intelligent gnawer of the dormouse family, called...
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Lives of Lord Castlereagh and Sir Charles Stewart, the Second and Third ...

Sir Archibald Alison - Great Britain - 1861
...have little to hope from the present Provisional Government more than at the commencement of воше new revolution ; whereas they would have everything to look for if the ancient Government were restored. There would be less intrigue, ambition, and personal animosity, which so much govern...
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Annals of British Legislation: Digest of blue books, Volume 3

Leone Levi - 1866
...his distress. Often does a man take as many weeks as he ought to take days ere he finishes his job. " The more I reflect on the subject the more I am convinced that the increase of crime is not owing to existing poverty ; on the contrary, I am inclined to believe...
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Letters of David Ricardo to Thomas Robert Malthus, 1810-1823

David Ricardo - Economists - 1887 - 251 pages
...necessaries of the labourer are difficult of production or require a great deal of labour to produce them. The more I reflect on the subject the more I am convinced that the latter cause has an incessant operation. It is very seldom that the whole additional produce...
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The Memoirs of Rufus Putnam and Certain Official Papers and Correspondence

Rufus Putnam - United States - 1903 - 460 pages
...for Philadelphia by the way of Lexington where I expect this letter will be put into his hands — The more I reflect on the Subject, the more I am convinced, that it will be best to proceed with the Indians on the Wabash &c &c in the maner I have hinted in...
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