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The rent of land consists of the excess of its return above the return to the worst
land in cultivation, . . . 519 4. — or to the capital employed in the least
advantageous circumstances, 521 5. Is payment for capital sunk in the soil, rent,
or profit ?
The tanks, wells, and canals for irrigation, without which in many tropical climates
cultivation could hardly be carried on ; the embankments which confine the rivers,
the bazars for dealers, and the seraees for travellers, none of which could ...
The rude manufactures destined for the wants of the cultivators are worked up by
village artisans, who are remunerated by land given to them rent-free to cultivate,
or by fees paid to them in kind from such share of the crop as is left to the ...
and continuing their cultivation, and are repaid with enormous interest at the next
harvest ; or, on a larger scale, they lend to the government, or to those to whom it
has granted a portion of the revenue, and are indemnified by assignments on ...
riage, is generally limited in quantity : there is not so much of it as persons would
gladly occupy and cultivate, or otherwise turn to use. In all old countries, land
capable of cultivation, land at least of any tolerable fertility, must be ranked
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