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LECTURES ON POLITICAL ECONOMY.
PART FIRST.-OF POLITICAL ECONOMY PROPER.
OF NATIONAL WEALTH.—(CONTINUED.)
OF TRADE, . . . . . . . . 3
Sect. i.-Of the Freedom of Trade, .
SUBSECT. 1. Of Restraints on Domestic Commerce and Industry, 5
SUBSECT. 2. Of Restraints on the Commercial Intercourse of
Different Nations, .
Sect. ii.-Of the Corn Trade, . . .
SUBSECT. 1.-Of the Inland Corn Trade, . .
SUBSECT. 2.-Of the Trade carried on by the Merchant Im-
porter of Grain for Home Consumption, .
SUBSECT. 3.-Of the Trade carried on by the Merchant Ex-
porter of Grain for Foreign Consumption, . 110
SUBSECT. 4.-Of the Trade of the Merchant Carrier, or Im-
porter of Corn for future Exportation, .
SUBSECT. 5.-Miscellaneous Observations upon the Corn Trade, 121
Sect. iii.- On subjecting the Commerce of Money to the Regulation of Law, 146
Sect. iv.- On subjecting the Commerce of Land to the Regulation of Law, 195
Sect. i.-Of Taxes in General— Introductory,
Sect. ii.- Of Taxes upon Land,
SUBSECT. 1.-Of Taxes upon the Rent of Land,
. 1.)- According to a Fixed Canon, . .
2.)- According to the Varying Rent, .
SUBSECT. 2.-Of Taxes which are proportioned, not to the Rent,
but to the Produce of Land, . . .
Secr. iii.-Of Taxes upon the Rent of Houses, .
Sect. iv.-Of Taxes upon Profit, or upon the Revenue arising from Stock, 249
SUBSECT. 1.-Of Taxes upon Profit in General,
SUBSECT. 2.-Of Taxes upon the Profit of Particular Employments, 250
SECT. V.- Conclusion, ·
· · · · 251
OF THE POOR-THEIR MAINTENANCE.
HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE BRITISH POOR-Laws,
. . . 254
Sect. i.-Of the English Poor-Laws, . .
Sect. ii.- Of the Scottish Poor-Laws, . .
OF SUBSIDIARY MEASURES FOR THE RELIEF OF THE Poor, . . 300
SECT. i.--. Of Charity Workhouses, . .
Sect. ii.-Of Benefit Clubs or Friendly Societies,
Sect. iii.- Of the Distresses of the Poor, in so far as they proceed from
their own Evil Habits, . . . . . 313
OF THE EDUCATION OF THE LOWER ORDERS, . 327
PART SECOND.—OF POLITICS PROPER, OR THEORY
OF THE SIMPLE FORMS OF GOVERNMENT, . . . .
Sect. i.-Introduction, . . .
SUBSECT. 1.-Of the Legislative, Judicial and Executive Powers, 351
SUBSECT. 2.–Of the Simple Forms of Government, in Theory
and in General, . .
Sect. ii.- Of the Simple Forms of Government, in Special, .
SUBSECT. 1.–Of Democracy and Democratic States,
SUBSECT. 2.-Of Aristocracy,
SUBSECT. 3.–Of Monarchy,
Of Mixed GOVERNMENTS, . . . . . .
Sect. i.-Of Mixed Governments, in General,
Sect. ii.-Of Mixed Governments, in Special and particularly of the
English Constitution, . . . .
APPENDICES TO PARTS FIRST AND SECOND.
App. I., Quotation from Howlett on the Exportation of Grain,
App. II., A Conclusion to the first Three Books of Political Eco-
nomy—strictly so called, .
App. III., An earlier Conclusion to Politics Proper,