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Collected works of J.R. McCullough

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Personal Author
McCulloch, J. R. (John Ramsay) , 1789-1864.
Title Statement
Collected works of J.R. McCullough / J.R. McCulloch ; with a new introduction by D.P. O'Brien.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London :   Routledge/Thoemmes ,   1995.  
Physical Medium
8 v. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0415113520
General Note
Reprints of works published 1816-1862.  
Content Notes
v. 1. Essay on the question of reducing the interest of the national debt -- v. 2. Principles of political economy -- v. 3. A discourse on political economy. Historical sketch of the bank of England. A new bank in India. A treatise on the rate of wages -- v. 4. A treatise on the principles and practical influence of taxation -- v. 5. Treatises and essays on money, exchange, interest, the letting of land, absenteeism, the history of commerce, manufactures, etc. -- v. 6. A catalogue of books, the property of a political economist -- v. 7. Syllabus of a course of lectures on political economy. Articles from the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Consequences of the proposed repeal of the corn laws. Observations on the duty on sea-borne coal -- v. 8. Articles in the Edinburgh review. Bibliography of the published writings of J.R. McCullough.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Classical school of economics --History --Sources. Economics --History --Sources. Economics --Great Britain --History --Sources.
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740 0 1 ▼a Historical sketch of the bank of England.
740 2 1 ▼a A new bank in India.
740 2 1 ▼a A treatise on the rate of wages.
740 2 1 ▼a A treatise on the principles and practical influence of taxation.
740 0 1 ▼a Treatises and essays on money, exchange, interest, the letting of land, absenteeism, the history of commerce, manufactures, etc.
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740 0 1 ▼a Syllabus of a course of lectures on political economy.
740 0 1 ▼a Articles from the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
740 0 1 ▼a Consequences of the proposed repeal of the corn laws.
740 0 1 ▼a Observations on the duty on sea-borne coal.
740 0 1 ▼a Articles in the Edinburgh review.

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION. RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE, SCIENCE.
  Definition of the Science - its Importance - Causes of its being neglected in Greece and Rome, and in the Middle Ages - Evidence on which its Conclusions are founded - Rise of the Science in Modern Europe - Mercantile System - System of M. Quesnay and the French Economists - Publication of the "Wealth of Nations" - Distinction between Politics and Statistics and Political Economy = 1
PART Ⅰ. PRODUCTION AND ACCUMULATION OF WEALTH.
  CHAPTER Ⅰ. Definition of Production - Labour the only Source of Wealth = 61
  CHAPTER Ⅱ. Progressive Nature of Man - Means by which the Productive Powers of Labour are increased. - SECTION Ⅰ. Right of Property. - SECTION Ⅱ. Division of Employments. - SECTION Ⅲ. Accumulation and Employment of Capital - Definition and Source of Profit - Circumstances most favourable for the Accumulation of Capital = 74
  CHAPTER Ⅲ. Definition and Growth of Credit - Contributes to facilitate Production by distributing Capital in the most advantageous manner - Circulation of Bills. &c. = 125
  CHAPTER Ⅳ. Circumstances which led to the Introduction and Use of Money - Qualities which a Commodity used as Money should possess - Coinage - Variations in the Value of Money - Introduction and Use of Paper Money and Bills of Exchange = 131
  CHAPTER Ⅴ. Division of Employments among different Countries, or Commerce - Wholesale and Retail Dealers - Influence of Improved Means of Communication - Mode in which Commerce contributes to increase Wealth - Restrictions on Commerce, for the Promotion of Domestic Industry and National Security - Influence of these Restrictions - Duties on Imports = 139
  CHAPTER Ⅵ. Different Employments of Capital and Labour - Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce, equally advantageous - The Investment of Capital in different Businesses determined by the Rate of Profit which they respectively yield - Manufactures not productive of increased Mortality, nor unfavourable to the Intelligence of the Work-people - Dangers incident to the excessive growth of Manufactures - Influence of Commerce on Public Spirit = 171
  CHAPTER Ⅶ. Improvements in Machinery similar in their Effects to Improvements in the Skill and Dexterity of the Labourer - Do not occasion a Glut of Commodities - Sometimes force Workmen to change their Employments - Have no Tendency to lessen, but most commonly increase the Demand for Labour - Case supposed by Mr Ricardo - Causes of Gluts - Not occasioned by a deficiency of Money, but are frequently occasioned by sudden changes in its Quantity and Value - Circumstances which occasion Miscalculations on the Part of the Producers = 197
  CHAPTER Ⅷ. Population proportioned to the Means of Subsistence - Moral Restraint - Capacity of the Principle of Population to repair the Ravages of Plagues and Famines - Comparative Increase of Population in New and Old-settled Countries - Law of Increase a powerful Incentive to Industry - Promotes the Civilisation and Happiness of Mankind - Practice of Infanticide - Foundling Hospitals = 227
  CHAPTER Ⅸ. Object of Insurance - Calculation of Chances - Advantages of Insurance - Amount of Property Insured - Life Insurance ; Objections to, and Advantages of = 249
  CHAPTER Ⅹ. Interference of Government with the Pursuits and Property of Individuals - Cases in, and Objects for which such Interference is necessary - Limits within which it should be confined = 262
PART Ⅱ. VALUE AND PRICE.
  CHAPTER Ⅰ. Exchangeable Value - How it is determined - Conditions required to render a Commodity invariable in its Exchangeable Value - Cost or Real Value - How it is determined - Conditions required to render a Commodity invariable in its Cost - Quantity of Labour required to produce a Commodity different from the Quantity for which it will exchange - Corn not invariable in its Value - Changes in the Value of Money = 312
  CHAPTER Ⅱ. Cost of Production the grand regulating Principle of exchangeable Value and Price - Influence of Variations in the Demand for and Supply of Commodities over Prices - Influence of Monopolies - Average Price coincident with Cost of Production = 328
  CHAPTER Ⅲ. Influence of Mercantile Speculations on Price - Difference between Speculation and Gambling - Speculations in Corn beneficial to the Public, but dangerous to the Dealers - Imitative Speculation - Influence of Knowledge on Speculation = 336
  CHAPTER Ⅳ. Effect of the Employment of Capital in Production, and of Variations in the Rates of Wages and Profits on Value - (1) When the Capitals employed in Production are of the same Degree of Durability ; and (2) when they are of different Degrees of Durability - A High Rate of Wages does not lay the Commerce of a Country under any Disadvantage = 353
PART Ⅲ. DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH.
  CHAPTER Ⅰ. Wages in the different Departments of Industry - Causes of their Apparent Discrepancy - Really approach very near to Equality = 381
  CHAPTER Ⅱ. Circumstances which determine the Rate of Wages
    SECTION Ⅰ. MARKET OR ACTUAL WAGES - Depend on the Proportion between Capital and Population - Identity of the interests of the Capitalists with those of the Labourers
    SECTION Ⅱ. NATURAL OR NECESSARY WAGES - Depend on the Species and Quantity of Food and other Articles required for the Consumption of the Labourer. Different in different Countries and Periods - Effect of Fluctuations in the Rate of Wages on the Condition of the Labouring Classes - Advantage of a High Rate of Wages - Disadvantage of having the Labourers dependent for support on the cheapest Species of Food - Circumstances affecting the Condition of the Labourers - Education - Influx of Irish Labourers - Task-work - Limiting the Hours of Labour - High Wages not a Cause of Idleness - Comparative Cheapness of Free and Slave Labour. SECTION Ⅲ. PROPORTIONAL WAGES - Depend partly on the Amount and Species of the Articles consumed by the Labourers, and partly on the Productiveness of Industry. SECTION Ⅳ. DIFFERENCE IN THEIR INFLUENCE OVER WAGES BETWEEN A DEMAND FOR LABOUR, AND A DEMAND FOR THE PRODUCTS OF LABOUR = 396
  CHAPTER Ⅲ. Impotent Poor should be provided for by a Poor's Rate - Questions as to the best means of providing for the Able-bodied Poor - Arguments in favour of a Compulsory Provision - 0bjections to it - May be so administered as to obviate most of these Objections - Operation of the English Poor Laws - New Poor Law = 445
  CHAPTER Ⅳ. Education of the Poor - Importance of a National System of Education - Difficulties in the way of its Establishment - Influence of Friendly Societies and Savings Banks = 473
  CHAPTER Ⅴ. Conflicting Opinions with respect to the Origin of Rent - Theory of Dr Anderson - Nature and Progress of Rent - Not a Cause hut a Consequence of the High Value of Raw Produce - Does not enter into Price - Distinction between Agriculture and Manufactures - Rents depend partly on the Extent to which Tillage has been carried, and partly on Situation - Inequality of Mischievous Operation of Taxes on Rent = 482
  CHAPTER Ⅵ. Influence of Improvements - Slowness with which they spread - Beneficial to all Classes - Different Methods of Letting Lands - Remarks upon those Methods - Increase and Reduction of Rents - Regulations as to Management - Size of Farms - Influence of the granting of the Elective Franchise to Tenants over Agriculture - Profits of Farmers = 503
  CHAPTER Ⅶ. Division of the Produce of Industry, under Deduction of Rent, between Capitalists and Labourers - Definition of Profits - Mr Ricardo's Theory of Profits ; Sense in which it is true - Causes which occasion a Rise or Fall of Profits - Accumulation not the Cause of a Fall of Profits - Influence of the decreasing Fertility of the Soil, and of Taxation on Profits - Influence of Loans to Government and of Changes in the Value of Money on Profits = 528
  CHAPTER Ⅷ. Interest and Nett Profit identical - Circumstances which occasion Variations in the Rate of Interest - Impolicy of Usury Laws = 563
PART Ⅳ. CONSUMPTION OF WEALTH.
  Definition of Consumption - Consumption the End of Production - Test of advantageous and disadvantageous Consumption - Sumptuary Laws - Advantage of a Taste for Luxuries - Error of Dr Smith's Opinion with respect to unproductive Consumption - Error of those who contend, that to facilitate Production it is necessary to encourage wasteful Consumption - Statement of Montesquieu - Consumption of Government - Conclusion = 569
Appendix = 597
Index = 603


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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON TAXATION.
  Definitions - Necessity of Taxation - Present System of Taxation originated in the Decline of the Feudal System - Taxes estimated by Values, and not by Quantities - Improvements in the Arts enable Countries to bear additional Taxes - Opposite Effects of Moderate and Heavy Taxes - Fallacy of the Doctrine that Taxes are restored to the Contributors by the Expenditure of Government - Erroneous Opinion of Locke and Quesnay respecting the Incidence of Taxes - Maxims laid down by Smith with respect to Taxes - Observations on these Maxims - Excise Scheme of Sir Robert Walpole - Expense and Mode of collecting Taxes - Contributions of compulsory Labour - Corv e ´ es - Conscription = 1
PART Ⅰ. DIRECT TAXES = 42
  CHAPTER Ⅰ. TAXES ON RENT :
    Section Ⅰ. - Taxes on the Rent of Land = 43
    Section Ⅱ. - Taxes on the Rent of Houses = 68
  CHAPTER Ⅱ. TAXES ON PROFITS = 74
  CHAPTER Ⅲ. TAXES ON WAGES = 94
  CHAPTER Ⅳ. TAXES ON PROPERTY AND INCOME = 113
PART Ⅱ. INDIRECT TAXES.
  CHAPTER Ⅰ. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF INDIRECT TAXES = 148
  CHAPTER Ⅱ. TAXES ON NECESSARIES AND LUXURIES = 160
  CHAPTER Ⅲ. AD VALOREM TAXES = 168
  CHAPTER Ⅳ. TAXES ON RAW PRODUCE = 174
  CHAPTER Ⅴ. CUSTOMS OR FRONTIER DUTIES, OR DUTIES ON THE IMPORTATION AND EXPORTATION OF COMMODITIES = 195
  CHAPTER Ⅵ. EXCISE OR INLAND DUTIES = 230
  CHAPTER Ⅶ. STAMP AND LEGACY DUTIES :
    Section Ⅰ. - Stamp-Duties = 273
    Section Ⅱ. - Legacy-Duties = 288
  CHAPTER Ⅷ. DUTIE8 ON THE POSTAGE OF LETTERS = 299
  CHAPTER Ⅸ. LOTTERIES, &c. = 311
  CHAPTER Ⅹ. CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH DETERMINE THE EXTENT TO WHICH TAXES SHOULD BE LAID ON COMMODITIES - CAUSES OF SMUGGLING - MEANS BY WHICH IT MAY BE PREVENTED = 316
  CHAPTER XI. COMPARATIVE PRODUCTIVENESS OF HIGH AND LOW TAXES = 331
  CHAPTER XII. INFLUENCE OF VARIATIONS IN THE VALUE OF MONEY ON TAXATION = 362
  CHAPTER XIII. REAL AND COMPARATIVE WEIGHT AND INFLUENCE OF TAXATION IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.
    Real different from Nominal Amount of Taxation ; how former is to be ascertained - Difficulty of finding any Standard by which to compare the Pressure of Taxation in different Countries - Probable Results of a comparatively high Rate of Taxation - Case of Holland - Illustrations of the high Rate of Taxation in England - Means by which the Pressure on the National Resources may be lightened = 374
PART Ⅲ. FUNDING SYSTEM.
  CHAPTER Ⅰ. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES - RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE FUNDING SYSTEM = 396
  CHAPTER Ⅱ. DIFFERENT METHODS OF FUNDING = 427
  CHAPTER Ⅲ. REDUCTION OF THE NATIONAL DEBT.
    Reduction of Interest in 1716, 1727, 1749, 1822, &c. - Sinking Fund - Assessment on Capital to Pay off Principal of Debt = 446
APPENDIX.
  NO. Ⅰ. - Local Taxation = 467
  NO. Ⅱ. - Indian Revenue Systems = 472
  NO. Ⅲ. - The Case of the Messrs. Fielden = 479
  NO. Ⅳ. - An Account of the Public Income and Expenditure in 1841, 1842, and 1843 = 486
  NO. Ⅴ. - An Account of the Quantities of Tea Imported into the United Kingdom during each of the Ten Years ending with 1842 = 488
  NO. Ⅵ. - A Return of the Quantities and Prices of the several sorts of Tea sold by the East India Company, in each Year from 1814-15 to 1831-32 = 489
  NO. Ⅶ. - A Return of the Rates of Duty on Glass in 1813, with the Quantities retained for Home Use, and Nett Revenue, in each Year from 1813 to 1842, and noting when Alterations of the Duty took place, and their amount = 491
  NO. Ⅷ. - Account of the Quantities of Malt charged with Duty in England and Wales, in each Year from 1702 = 493
  NO. Ⅸ. - Account of the Quantities of Malt charged with Duty in Scotland, in each Year from 1793 = 496
  NO. Ⅹ. - Account of the Quantities of Malt charged with Duty in Ireland, in each Year from 1790 = 497
  NO. XI. - An Account of the Articles subject to the Excise Duties in England and Scotland in 1815 = 498
  NO. XII. - An Account of the Articles subject to the Excise Duties in Ireland in 1815 = 500
  NO. XIII. - Statement of the Quantities of the different descriptions of Wine entered for Consumption, in each Year from 1784 to 1843 = 501
  NO. XIV. - Amount of Taxes to be levied in France in 1842 = 503


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CONTENTS
A TREATISE ON MONEY :
  SECT. Ⅰ. - Circumstances which led to the use of Money. Principal properties which all Commodities used as such ought to possess. Metallic Money not a Sign or a Measure of Value, but a real Equivalent = 1
  SECT. Ⅱ. - Circumstances which regulate the Exchangeable Value of Money = 15
  SECT. Ⅲ. - A Moderate Seignorage on Coined Money advantageous. Principles which should regulate its amount = 24
  SECT. Ⅳ. - Expense of a Currency consisting of the Precious Metals = 33
  SECT. Ⅴ. - How Paper is substituted for Coins, and how its Value may be maintained = 35
  SECT. Ⅵ. - Whether Gold or Silver should be adopted as the Standard of the Currency, or whether it should consist of both = 10
  SECT. Ⅶ. - Standard of Money. Duodecimal and Decimal Systems of dividing Coins. Degradation of Coins in Rome, France, Great Britain, and other countries. Effects of this degradation = 50
A TREATISE ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH DETERMINE THE COURSE OF EXCHANGE :
  Inland Exchange = 81
  Foreign Exchange = 88
    SECT. Ⅰ. - Nominal Exchange = 89
    SECT. Ⅱ. - Real Exchange = 106
    SECT. Ⅲ. - Computed Exchange = 126
  History and Influence of Bills of Exchange = 132
ESSAY ON INTEREST AND USURY LAWS = 137
A TREATISE ON THE LETTING AND OCCUPANCY OF LAND = 165
  1. Money Rents = 173
  2. Proportional Rents = 175
  3. Produce Rents = 188
  4. Service Rents = 190
  5. Conditions in Leases = 198
  6. Over-Renting and Under-Renting = 207
  7. Claims for Unexhausted Improvements = 215
  8. Tenants' Right = 219
AN ESSAY SHOWING THE ERRONEOUSNESS OF THE PREVAILING OPINIONS IN REGARD TO ABSENTEEISM = 223
SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF COMMERCE, TO THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY :
  SECT. Ⅰ. - Phœnician Commerce = 251
  SECT. Ⅱ. - Grecian Commerce = 264
  SECT. Ⅲ. - Roman Commerce = 279
  SECT. Ⅳ. - Italian Commerce in the Middle Ages = 308
  SECT. Ⅴ. - Vasco, De Gama and Columbus = 330
AN ESSAY ON THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND DECLINE OF COMMERCE IN HOLLAND = 341
AN ESSAY ON THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND DECLINE OF THE HANSEATIC LEAGUE = 373
ESSAY ON THE ORIGIN OF THE COMPASS = 387
SKETCH OF THE PROGRESS OF MARITIME LAW = 391
AN ESSAY ON THE COLONIAL SYSTEM OF THE ANCIENTS = 405
AN ESSAY ON MANUFACTURES : SHOWING THE CIRCUMSTANCES FAVOURABLE TO THEIR PROGRESS, WITH THE DISADVANTAGES SUPPOSED TO BE ATTENDANT THEREON, AND OTHER PARTICULARS = 429
  Ⅰ. - Circumstances favourable to the Progress of Manufacturing Industry = 433
    a. - Moral Circumstances contributing to the Progress of Manufactures = 433
    b. - Physical Circumstances contributing to the Progress of Manufactures = 443
  Ⅱ. - Disadvantages supposed to attend Manufacturing Eminence = 449
  Ⅲ. - Factories(Economy of) = 460
  Ⅳ. - Locality of Manufactures, Government Manufactures = 466
SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF FRANCIS QUESNAY = 495
SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF ADAM SMITH, LL. D. = 509
SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF DAVID RICARDO, ESQ., M. P. = 545


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CONTENTS
Introduction / by D. P. O'Brien
Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on Political Economy 1825 edition, ⅳ+20pp, London
Articles from the Encyclopaedia Britannica
  Arkwright, Sir Richard John : Volume 3, 8th edition, pp. 609-12 = 609
  Average : Volume 4, 7th edition, pp. 250-54 = 250
  Collision : Volume 7, 8th edition, pp. 130-31 = 130
  Combination : Volume 7, 8th edition, pp. 160-66 = 160
  Corn Laws and Corn Trade : Volume 7, 8th edition, pp. 374-404 = 374
  Cottage System : Volume 7, 8th edition, pp. 427-35 = 427
  Emigration : Volume 8, 8th edition, pp. 649-52 = 649
  Money : Volume 15, 8th edition, pp. 416-94 = 416
  Neutrality : Volume 16, 8th edition, pp. 156-60 = 156
  Partnership, Limited and Unlimited Liability : Volume 17, 8th edition, pp. 313-23 = 313
  Political Economy : Volume 18, 8th edition, pp. 210-60 = 210
  Precious Metals : Volume 18, 8th edition, pp. 459-77 = 459
  Taxation : Volume 21, 8th edition, pp. 37-75 = 37
  Wages : Volume 21, 8th edition, pp. 674-80 = 674
Statements Illustrative of the Policy and Probable Consequences of the Proposed Repeal of the Existing Corn Laws : 1841 edition, 47pp, London
Observations on the Duty on Sea-Borne Coal : 1831 edition, 23pp, London


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CONTENTS
Introduction / by D. P. O'Brien
Commercial Embarrassments - Trade with France : Volume XXXII, July 1819, pp. 48-74 = 48
Effects of Machinery and Accumulation : Volume XXXV, March 1821, pp. 102-23 = 102
Pernicious Effects of Degrading the Standard of Money : Volume XXXV, July 1821, pp. 468-88 = 468
Agricultural Distress - Causes - Remedies : Volume XXXVI, February 1822, pp. 452-82 = 452
Comparative Productiveness of High and Low Taxes : Volume XXXVI, February 1822, pp. 516-36 = 516
Funding System - British Finances : Volume XXXlX, October 1823, pp. 1-43 = 1
Combination Laws - Restraints on Emigration, etc : Volume XXXIX, January 1824, pp. 315-45 = 315
Standard of National Prosperity - Rise and Fall of Profits : Volume XL, March 1824, pp. 1-31 = 1
Duties on Wine - Restrictions on the Wine Trade : Volume XL, July 1824, pp. 414-27 = 414
Fluctuations in the Supply and Value of Money - Banking System of England : Volume XLIII, February 1826, pp. 263-98 = 263
Commercial Revulsions : Volume XLIV, June 1826, pp. 70-93 = 70
Taxation - Retrenchment - Reduction of the National Debt : Volume XLVI, October 1827, pp. 390-414 = 390
Progress of the National Debt - Best Method of Funding : Volume XLVII, January 1828, pp. 59∼86 = 59
Poor Laws : Volume XLVII, May 1828, pp. 303-30 = 303
Census of the Population - Law of Mortality, etc : Volume XLIX, March 1829, pp. 1-34 = 1
Causes and Cure of Disturbances and Pauperism : Volume LIII, March 1831, pp. 43-63 = 43
Recent Commercial Policy of Britain : Volume LV, July 1832, pp. 421-37 = 421
Joint-Stock Banks and Companies : Volume LXIII, July 1836, pp. 419-41 = 419
State of the Currency - The Bank of England and the Country Banks : Volume LXV, April 1837, pp. 61-87 = 61
Bibliography of the Published Writings of J. R. McCulloch : From J. R. McCulloch. A Study in Classical Economics, by D. P. O'Brien, London : Allen and Unwin, 1992, pp. 409-41 = 409

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