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Its Wrongful Claims and Rightful Dues; its Actual
Present and Possible Future.
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• A most valuable contribution to Economic Science. It may be doubted whether any considerable economic work of equal merit has appeared since the first publication of Mr. Mill's “Political Economy.” '-Athenæum.
With some of their Applications.
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A PLEA FOR PEASANT PROPRIETORS:
With the Outlines of a Plan for their Establishment
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COGNATE INDIAN TOPICS.
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