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" ... Holland, and the Baltic, was laid under new embar[r]assments, which almost totally annihilated the two first, and most important branches of it. The Clergy too, who were then far from insignificant, were alarmed about the Church. No wonder if at that... "
A Catalogue of the Library of Adam Smith: Author of the 'Moral Sentiments ... - Pągina iv
per Adam Smith - 1894 - 126 pągines
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Adam Smith

Francis Wrigley Hirst - 1904 - 240 pągines
...to them. But that was a trade which they knew nothing about ; the trade they were acquainted with, that to France, Holland, and the Baltic, was laid...those few in but a confused and imperfect manner." In the same letter he asks to be remembered to Benjamin Franklin (who had lately visited Glasgow),...
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The Glasgow Edition of the Works and Correspondence of Adam Smith: VI ...

Ali Smith, Adam Smith - 1987 - 464 pągines
...alarmed about the Church. No wonder if at that time all orders of men conspired in cursing a measure so hurtful to their immediate interest. The views of...you write to me soon. Remember me to the Franklins. 5 I hope I shall have the Grace to write to the youngest by next post to thank him in the name both...
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Still in Bed with an Elephant

Paul Henderson Scott - 1998 - 116 pągines
...alarmed about the Church. No wonder if at the time all orders of men conspired in cursing a measure so hurtful to their immediate interest. The views of...forefathers, by those few in but a confused and imperfect manner.28 of the Union (without specifying what they were) the "rise in the price of cattle was perhaps...
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Edmund Burke and Ireland: Aesthetics, Politics and the Colonial Sublime

Luke Gibbons - 2003 - 304 pągines
...men in the country. . . No wonder if at that time all orders of men conspired in cursing a measure so hurtful to their immediate interest. The views of...different; but those views could be seen by but few of our forefathers.3' In bringing about this apparently felicitous concord between both parties to the Union,...
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Life of Adam Smith

John Rae - 2006 - 468 pągines
...alarmed about the Church. No wonder if at that time all orders of men conspired in cursing a measure so hurtful to their immediate interest. The views of...write to me soon. Remember me to the Franklins. I hope 1 shall have the grace to write to the youngest by next post to thank him, in the name both of the...
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Adam Smith and the Scotland of his Day

...orders of men conspired in cursing a measure hurtful to their immediate interest. The views of then- Posterity are now very different; but those views...by those few in but a confused and imperfect manner — Glasgow, 2 April 1760 In the long run 'infinite good': and the Glasgow of 1760 was already in the...
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