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And this distinction was the more likely to make an impression upon governments
, as it is one of considerable importance to them. A civilized government derives
comparatively little advantage from taxes unless it can collect them in money ...
Air, for example, though the most absolute of necessaries, bears no price in the
market, because it can be obtained gratuitously ; to accumulate a stock of it would
yield no profit or advantage to any one ; and the laws of its production and ...
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 ...
... and naturally will, claim a remuneration from the produce. He will not be
content with simple repayment ; if he receives merely that, he is only in the same
situation as at first, and has derived no advantage from delaying to apply his
savings to ...
... prefer resorting to him if he is conveniently accessible ; and dealers therefore
find their advantage in establishing themselves in every locality where there are
sufficient consumers near at hand to afford them 64 BOOK I. CHAPTER II. §6.
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