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Where the proprietor himself does not cultivate, there is sometimes, between him
and the labourer, an intermediate agency, that of the farmer, who advances the
subsistence of the labourers, supplies the instruments of production, and ...
Nevertheless, it is from the larvest that the payment is to come, since the farmer
would not undertake this outlay unless he expected that the harvest would repay
him, and with a rofit too on this fresh advance; that is, unless the harvest would ...
If defect of skill in labourers, or of judgment in those who direct them, causes a
misapplication of productive industry; if a farmer persists in ploughing with three
horses and two men, when experience has shown that two horses and one man
For another example: a farmer may enter on his farm at such a time of the year,
that he may be required to pay one, two, or even three quarters' rent before
obtaining any return from the produce. This, therefore, must be paid out of his
When the abourer maintains himself by funds of his own, as when a peasant-
farmer or roprietor lives on the produce of his and, or an artisan works on his own
account, they are still supported by capital, that is, by funds provided in advance.
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