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CHAPTER XI. Of the Law of the Increase of Capital.
. Means and motives to saving, on what dependent . . . . . . . .
mulation e - -
. Examples of deficiency in the strength of this desire . . . . .
CHAPTER XII. Of the Law of the Increase of Production
. The limited quantity and limited productiveness of land, the real
limits to production . . -
. The law of production from the soil, a law of diminishing return
in proportion to the increased application of labour and capital.
. Antagonist, principle to the law of diminishing return; the pro-
gress of improvements in production . . . . . . . . .
CHAPTER XIII. Consequences of the foregoing Laws.
. Itemedies when the limit to production is the weakness of the
principle of accumulation . . .
. Necessity of restraining population not; confined to a state of
CHAPTER I. Of Property.
CHAPTER III. Of the Classes among whom the Produce
. The produce sometimes shared among three classes . . . .
CHAPTER IV. Of Competition and Custom.
. Competition not the sole regulator of the division of the produce.
CHAPTER W. Of Slavery.
CHAPTER IX. Of Cottiers.
Nature and operation of cottier tenure .
. In an overpeopled country its necessary consequence is nominal
CHAPTER X. Means of abolishing Cottier Tenancy.
Wages depend on the demand and supply of labour—in other
. — which are in some cases legal . . . . . . . . . . .
— in others the effect of particular customs . .
. Pernicious direction of public opinion on the subject of population
by education . .
. — and by large measures of immediate relief through foreign and
home colonization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. Differences of wages arising from different degrees of attractive-
. Cases in which wagos are fixed by custom . . . . . . . .
CHAPTER XV. Of Profits.
§ 3. Differences of profits arising from the nature of the particular em.
. Profits do not depend on prices, nor on purchase and sale . . .
CHAPTER XVI. Of Rent.
§ 1. Rent the effect of a natural monopoly . . . . . . . . . .
. Occasional elements in Cost of Production: taxes, and scarcity
CHAPTER X. Of a Double Standard, and Subsidiary Coins.