Search results for: 'TURGOT, Anne Robert Jacques.'
TURGOT, Anne Robert Jacques. The Life and Writings of Turgot, Comptroller-General of France 1774-6.
New York : 1971A reprint of the first American edition, published in 1895, of W. Walker Stephen's study of French economist, philosopher, and administrator Turgot. The first UK edition was published in the same year. It was reprinted as part of publisher Burt Franklin's Research & Source Works Series.
Stock Code: 124179
TURGOT, Anne Robert Jacques. Réflexions sur la formation et la distribution des richesses.
[No place] : 1788First edition in book form of Turgot's Réflexions, a milestone in the history of economic thought, which exerted a major influence on Adam Smith, from the library of French economist and follower of Saint Simon, Michel Chevalier. Written in 1766, it first appeared in 1769-70 in the Ephémérides du citoyen.
"The Réflexions is a remarkable... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 142055
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Pierre Samuel. TURGOT, Anne Robert Jacques. Œuvres posthumes,
Lausanne : 1787First edition, published by Honoré Gabriel Mirabeau, son of Victor de Riquetti. The work was originally drawn up by Du Pont de Nemours in 1776 under the title Mémoire sur les municipalités after a draft left by Turgot. The Lettre which begins on page 99 was written by Du Pont de Nemours and the Observations (p. 113ff.) by Brissot de Warville. The... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 114588
TURGOT, Anne Robert Jacques (trans.); TUCKER, Josiah. Questions importantes sur le commerce,
London [i.e Paris?] : 1755First edition in French of the second part of Tucker's Reflections on the Expediency of a Law for the Naturalization of Foreign Protestants (1752), translated by Turgot in his first published piece on economics. Tucker wrote the first part of his tract in 1751 in support of Robert Nugent's bill to relax British naturalisation laws against foreign protestants,... Learn More£5,500.00
Stock Code: 127430
TURGOT, Anne Robert Jacques, Baron de l'Aulne (revises); RULIÉ, Pierre. Théorie de l'Intéret de l'Argent,
Paris : 1780First edition. The work is assigned by Barbier to Pierre Rulié, a parish priest of Saint Pierre de Cahors, with the text then revised by J. L. Gouttes and by Turgot. The treatise serves to justify the commercial loaning of money at interest, and instigated various refutations by the clergy, incensed by its defence of usury. Turgot's 1770 paper on lending... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 129392