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From this state of society to the agricultural the transition is not indeed easy, (for
no great change in the habits of mankind is otherwise than difficult, and in
general either painful or very slow,) but it lies in what may be called the
In the ruder and purely agricultural communities a frequent cause was the mere
pressure of their increasing population upon their limited land, aggravated as that
pressure so often was by deficient harvests in the rude state of their agriculture, ...
year, because that of past years as provided, in those countries or somewhere
else, sufficient food to support their agricultural population until the next harvest.
They are only enabled to produce so many other things besides food, because
Such is the object of all buildings for industrial purposes; all manufactories,
warehouses, docks, granaries, barns, farm-buildings devoted to cattle, or to the
operations of agricultural labour. I exclude those in which the labourers live, or
In the foregoing survey of the modes of employing labour in further. ance of
production, I have made little ise of the popular distinction of industry, into
agricultural, manufacturing, and commercial. For, in truth, this division fulfils very
badly the ...
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