| Adam Smith - 1789 - 526 pągines
...foldiers. Very few of them, it feems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In fome places one half **the children born die before they are four years of age ; in many places before they are feven ; and** in almoft all places before they are nine or ten. This great mortality, however, will every where be... | |
| John Ranby - 1791 - 338 pągines
...or Jamaica. Now Mr. Smith in his book on " The Wealth of Nations," (V. ip 120. 8vo. edit.) fays, " **in fome " places one half of the children born, die...are four years of age ; in many places before they** If Mr. B. had ftate"d the number of his own negroes, of their marriages, births, and children reared,... | |
| John Gardiner - 1803 - 626 pągines
...boys rife to manhood as are fufficient to fupply the place of the fifes and drummers that are wanted. **In fome places, one half of the children born, die...age ; in many places, before they are feven; and,** in almoft all places, before they are nine or ten. This great mortality, however, will everywhere be... | |
| Adam Smith - 1809 - 372 pągines
...soldiers. Very few of them, it seems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In some places, one half **the children born die before they are four years of age, in many places before they are** seven, and in almost all places before they are nine or ten. This great mortality, however, will everywhere... | |
| Adam Smith - 1812
...foldiers. Very few of them, it feems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In fome places one half **the children born die before they are four years of age ; in many places before they are feven ; and** in almod all places before they are nine or ten. This great mortality, however, will every where be... | |
| Adam Smith - 1812 - 520 pągines
...foldiers. Very few of them, it feems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In forne places one half **the children born die before they are four years of age ; in many places before they are feven ; and** in almoft all places before they are nine or ten. This great mortality, however, will every where be... | |
| Adam Smith - 1838 - 476 pągines
...of them, it seems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In some places, one half the children **die before they are four years of age, in many places before they are** seven, лт! in almost all places before they are nine ur tun. This great mortality, however will The... | |
| Seven ages - 1842 - 154 pągines
...considered this subject in ita important bearing on the " Wealth of Nations." He says " In some places, half **the children born die before they are four years of age, in many places before they are** seven, and, in almost all places, before they are more than ten." He collects various statistical facts... | |
| Dugald Stewart - 1855 - 490 pągines
...of them it seems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In some places, one-half the children **die before they are four years of age, in many places before** * [Ibidem.] they are seven, and in almost all places before they are nine or ten. This great mortality,... | |
| Dugald Stewart - 1855 - 496 pągines
...of them it seems, arrive at the age of thirteen or fourteen. In some places, one-half the children **die before they are four years of age, in many places before they are** seven, and in almost all places before they are nine or ten. This great mortality, however, will everywhere... | |
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