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The advances of the capitalist consist ultimately in wages of labour . The rate of
profit depends on the Cost of ... The rent of land consists of the excess of its return
above the return to the worst land in cultivation . . . . . . . . . 4. – or to the capital ...
Money, as money, satisfies mo want; its worth to any one, consists in its being a
convenient shape in which to receive his incomings of all sorts, which incomings
he afterwards, at the times which suit him best, converts into the forms in which ...
The wealth of such a community consists solely of the skins they wear; a few
ornaments, the taste for which exists among most savages; some rude utensils;
the weapons with which they kill their game, or fight against hostile competitors
for the ...
The labour of the miner, for example, consists of operations for digging out of the
earth substances convertible by industry into various articles fitted for human use.
Extractive industry, however, is not confined to the extraction of materials. Coal ...
A. third consists, if he be a spinner, of raw cotton, flax, or wool; if a weaver, of
flaxen, woollen, silk, or cotton, thread; and the like, according to the nature of the
manufacture. Food and clothing for his operatives, it is not the custom of the
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