Political Reflections Upon the Finances and Commerce of France: Shewing the Causes which Formerly Obstructed the Advancement of Her Trade; on how Much Better Footing it Stands Now Than it Did Under Lewis XIV with Several Expedients for Raising it Still to a Greater Heighth ...
A. Millar, 1739 - 304 pages
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Page xv - Political, and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton: Correctly printed from the Original Editions. with an Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of the Author; Containing several Original Papers of His, Never before Published.
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Page xvi - He who would see the justest and precisest notions of God and the soul, may read this book, one of the most finished of the kind, in my humble opinion, that the present times, greatly advanced in true philosophy, have produced.
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Page xv - Hiftorical and Critical, in which a new and accurate Tranflation of that of the Celebrated Mr.
Page 242 - ... at thirty. On the other hand, it seems as if the exchange ought to be regulated by the old coin; because the banker who has specie, and receives bills, is obliged to carry the old coin to the mint in order to change it for the new, by which he must be a loser. The exchange then ought to be fixed between the value of the old coin and that of the new. The value of the old is decreased, if we may call it so, both because there is already some of the new in trade, and because the bankers cannot keep...