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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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The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo: Volume 7, Letters 1816-18

David Ricardo - Business & Economics - 1952 - 400 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 Papers of John C. Calhoun, Volume 22

John Caldwell Calhoun, Clyde N. Wilson - Biography & Autobiography - 1995 - 836 pages
...convention will enable you to do much in digesting a compromise which will govern the measure here. The more I reflect on the subject the more I am convinced that you ought to be here. [Thomas H.] Benton is now shorn of his power if you are here, but if you...
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The St. Clair Papers: The Life and Public Services of Arthur St ..., Volume 2

Arthur St. Clair, William Henry Smith - Indians of North America - 1882
...gone down to the Rapids with an intent to proceed immediately to Philadelphia by the way of Lexington. The more I reflect on the subject the more I am convinced it will be best to proceed with the Indians on the Wabash, and others in that quarter, in the manner...
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