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31 4. Explanations and limitations of this principle, . - . 33 - w CHAPTER IX. Of the
Value of Money, as dependent on Cost of Production. § 1. The Value of money, in
a state of freedom, conforms to the 4' value of the bullion contained in it, . e - - .
A Measure of Cost of Production, - e - - . 116 CHAPTER XVI. Of some Peculiar
Cases of Value. § 1. Values of commodities which have a joint cost of production,
120 2. Walues of the different kinds of agricultural produce, . . 123 CHAPTER XVII
Influence of cost of carriage on international values, . . 144 4. The law of values
which holds between two countries, and two commodities, holds of any greater
number, . . 145 5. Effect of improvements in production, on international values, .
Influence of the Progress of Industry and Population on Values and Prices. § 1.
Tendency to a decline of the value and cost of production of all commodities, - - -
- - - - 2. – except the products of agriculture and mining, which have a tendency to
Of all commodities, they are among the least influenced by any of the causes
which produce fluctuations of value. No commodity is quite free ... They fluctuate
less than almost any other things in their cost of production. And from their
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