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" Europe as a whole, have always been less fastidious and more economical in habits of living than our own country. This is clearly set forth in all the authentic literature that has ever been published on the subject since 1713, when a pamphlet on the... "
England's Supremacy: Its Sources, Economics and Dangers - Сторінка 260
автори: James Stephen Jeans - 1885 - 447 стор.
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The British Merchant; Or, Commerce Preserv'd: In Three Volumes, Том 2

Charles King - 1721 - 378 стор.
...any Benefit by this Article. The French did always out-do us in Price of Labour : their common People live upon Roots, Cabbage, and other Herbage ; four of their large Provinces fubfift entirely upon Chefnuts ; and the beft of them eat Bread made of Barley, Millet, Turkey and...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People, as ..., Том 6

George Lillie Craik - 1841
...is very interesting : — " The French did always outdo us in price of labour : their common people live upon roots, cabbage, and other herbage ; four...bread made of barley, millet, Turkey and black corn; so that their wages used to be small in comparison with ours. But of late years, their crown pieces...
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The history of British commerce

1844
...is very interesting : — " The French did always outdo us in price of labour : their common people live upon roots, cabbage, and other herbage ; four...bread made of barley, millet, Turkey and black corn ; so that their wages used to be small in comparison with ours. But of late years, their crown pieces...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1878
...writers in the ' British Merchant,' ' did always outdo us in the price of labour ; their common people live upon roots, cabbage, and other herbage ; four...bread made of barley, millet, Turkey and black corn . . . they generally drink nothing but water, and at best a sort of liquor they call beuverage (which...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1879
...writers in the ' British Merchant,' ' did always outdo us in the price of labour ; their common people live upon roots, cabbage, and other herbage ; four...entirely upon chestnuts, and the best of them eat bread made.of barley, millet, Turkey and black corn . . . they generally drink nothing but water, and at...
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England's Supremacy: Its Sources

James Stephen Jeans - 1885 - 447 стор.
...reference to their food and lodging. France, and indeed the Continent of Europe as a whole, have always been less fastidious and more economical in habits...The latter alone rose in France from an average of 18f francs in 1867 to one of 24J francs per head in 1880. Even so, however, if we restrict our observations...
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England's Supremacy: Its Sources, Economics and Dangers

James Stephen Jeans - 1885 - 447 стор.
...reference to their food and lodging. France, and indeed the Continent of Europe as a whole, have always been less fastidious and more economical in habits...eat bread made of barley, millet, Turkey and black corn."3 The cost of food has been augmented on the Continent, partly in consequence of the limitations...
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Mercantilism, Том 1

Lars Magnusson - 1995 - 1384 стор.
...any Benefit by this Article. The French did always out-do us in Price of Labour: their common People live upon Roots, Cabbage, and other Herbage; four...Bread made of Barley, Millet, Turkey and black Corn; so that their Wages used to be small in comparison with ours. But of late Years their Crown-Pieces...
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Imperialism and Its Contradictions

Victor Gordon Kiernan - 1995 - 218 стор.
...same complaint about France. 'The French did always out-do us in Price of Labour: Their common People live upon Roots, Cabbage, and other Herbage; four of their large Provinces subsist entirely upon Chestnuts."5 Ideal workers indeed, whom employers might hope to train to live entirely on cold water...
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the story of the peopleof britain

...would not have liked. A writer of that time, in describing the poorer people of France, said : '' They live upon roots, cabbage, and other herbage ; four...the best of them eat bread made of barley, millet, and black corn." This diet would not have suited our forefathers at all, and we may be quite sure that...
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