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Strana 143 - Blair represented to him, that its intention was to educate and qualify young men to be ministers of the Gospel, much wanted there ; and begged Mr. Attorney would consider, that the people of Virginia had souls to be saved, as well as the people of England. "Souls!" said he, "damn your souls. Make tobacco" I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, &c.
Strana 477 - The first is a statement of the declared value of British and Irish produce and manufactures exported from the United Kingdom...
Strana 92 - The exportation of labourers and capital from old to new countries, from a place where their productive power is less, to a place where it is greater, increases by so much the aggregate produce of the labour and capital of the world. It adds to the joint wealth of the old and the new country, what amounts in a short period to many times the mere cost of effecting the transport.
Strana 227 - And further, full power and authority are hereby given and granted to the said General Court, from time to time, to make, ordain, and establish, all manner of wholesome and reasonable orders, laws, statutes, and ordinances, directions and instructions...
Strana 91 - The question is in general treated too exclusively as one of distribution; of relieving one labour market and supplying another. It is this, but it is also a question of production, and of the most efficient employment of the productive resources of the world. Much has been said of the good economy of importing commodities from the place where they can be bought cheapest; while the good economy...
Strana 296 - Colony, but also upon the Seas, in going and coming to and from the said Colony, as they in their good Discretion, shall think to be fittest for the Good of the Adventurers and inhabitants there.
Strana 227 - ... to make laws and ordinances for the good and welfare of the said company, and for the government and ordering of the said lands and plantation, and the people inhabiting and to inhabit the same, as to them from time to time shall be thought meet...
Strana 293 - No experienced eye can mistake their faces, once expressive of health and energy, now worn by hopes deferred and the listlessness of prolonged dependence. One is a recalled Governor, boiling over with a sense of mortified pride and frustrated policy ; another a judge, recalled for daring to resist the compact of his Colony ; another a merchant, whose whole property has been destroyed by some job or oversight ; another the organ of the remonstrances of some colonial Parliament ; another a widow, struggling...