Such commodities , when produced in circumstances more favourable , yield a
rent equal to the difference of cost , . . 580 3 . Rent of mines and fisheries , and
ground - rent of buildings , . 583 4 . Cases of extra profit analogous to rent , .
Such a life 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 ...
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
A favourable climate is even more important than a rich soil . There are countries
capable of being inhabited , but too cold to be compatible with agriculture . Their
inhabitants cannot pass beyond the nomadic state ; they must live , like the ...
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