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Such commodities, when produced in circumstances more favourable, yield a
rent equal to the difference of cost . . . . . . . 286 . Itent of mines and fisheries, and
ground-rent of buildings . . . 288 . Cases of extra profit analogous to rent .
is highly favourable to the growth of new wants, and opens a possibility of their
gratification. A desire arises for better clothing, utensils, and implements, than the
savage state contents itself with ; and the surplus food renders it practicable to ...
This more especially happened where, along with advantageous circumstances
of race and climate, and no doubt with many favourable accidents of which all
trace is now lost, was combined the advantage of a position on the shores of a ...
The greater stability, the fixity of personal position, which this state of society
afforded, in comparison with the Asiatic polity to which it economically
corresponded, was one main reason why it was also found more favourable to
These are various. Fertility of soil is one of the principal. In this there are great
varieties, from the deserts of Arabia to the alluvial plains of the Ganges, the Niger,
and the Mississippi. . A favourable climate is even more important than a rich soil.
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