Search results for: 'McCULLOCH, John Ramsay'
McCULLOCH, John Ramsay. Essays on Exchange, Interest, Money, and Other Subjects.
Boston : 1850First collected edition, reprinting numerous essays contributed by McCulloch to the seventh edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica on economic subjects. The Scottish economist John Ramsay McCulloch (1789-1864) led the Ricardian School after Ricardo's death and maintained the ascendancy of classical economics; his Principles of Political Economy (first... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 134898
McCULLOCH, John Ramsay. A Treatise of the Succession to Property vacant after Death:
London : 1848First edition of McCulloch's defence of primogeniture and entails, as reworked from one of the Notes and Dissertations contained in his edition of Wealth of Nations, and briefly outlined in an article for the Edinburgh Review), which is now "for the first time, laid before the reader in a systematic form; with illustrations, corrections and modifications,... Learn More£650.00
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McCULLOCH, John Ramsay. The Principles of Political Economy:
Edinburgh : 1825First edition of the author's first major work, expanded from his contribution to the 1824 edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, "the first substantive text on political economy to appear in the encyclopaedia" (ODNB). David Ricardo, with whom McCulloch corresponded since he started taking an interest in political economy as a young man, described... Learn More£850.00
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McCULLOCH, John Ramsay. A Treatise on the Principles and Practical Influence of Taxation and the Funding System.
London : 1845First edition of this detailed analysis of taxation and fiscal policy on Ricardian principles. McCulloch was one of Ricardo's most eminent disciples and his writings did much to make the doctrines of Ricardo known to a broad public. The Appendix includes an article on Indian Revenue systems.
With the bookplate and ownership signature to the... Learn More£925.00
Stock Code: 127806
McCULLOCH, John Ramsay, & Rodrigo da Fonseca Magalhães (trans.) Principios de economia politica.
London : [1830?]Scarce first edition in Portuguese of the author's first major work, first published in English in 1825. WorldCat and Jisc locate just three copies, at the Biblioteca de Catalunya, British Library, and Baker Library at Harvard.
The translator, Fonseca Magalhães (1787-1858), served in the Peninsular War with the unit of Coimbra students but,... Learn More£975.00
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McCULLOCH, John Ramsay. Memorandums on the proposed importation of foreign beef and live stock, addressed to Alexander Murray, Esq. M.P.
London : 1842First edition, uncommon, of this short but statistically detailed essay on the meat export trade in which McCulloch reassures domestic meat producers that meat imports can have no effect on the home trade. Prices would not be cheaper and, in any case, the meat itself - Holstein beef excepted - was judged to be "universally inferior to that of England;... Learn More£750.00
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(RICARDO, David.) HOLLANDER, J. H. (ed.) Letters of David Ricardo to John Ramsay McCulloch 1816-1823.
New York & London : 1895First edition, first printing. McCulloch was deeply influenced by Ricardo, and wrote several publications on his fellow economist's teachings, including "On Ricardo's Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" (1818). Learn More£250.00
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RICARDO, David. An Essay on The Influence of a low Price of Corn on the Profits of Stock;
London : 1815, 1819, 1822Second, third, and fourth editions respectively of these three works by David Ricardo (first editions published 1815, 1816, and 1822), bound together in a contemporary binding, sympathetically rebacked. "Following his involvement in the bullion controversy, Ricardo's next significant publication was his Essay on the influence of a low price of corn... Learn More£4,250.00
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NECKER, Jacques. De l'administration des finances de la France.
Paris : 1784First edition, described by the great Scottish political economist John Ramsay McCulloch as "the only authentic account of the finances of France previously to the Revolution. Owing to the popularity of its author, and the peculiar circumstances of the country at the time when it was published, the Revolution having all but commenced, the demand for... Learn More£2,250.00
Stock Code: 109029