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ADAM SMITH, LL.D.
AND F.R.S. OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH:
ONE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF HIS MAJESTY'S CUSTOMS
AND FORMERLY PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW.
WITH AN ACCOUNT OF
HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS
BY DUGALD STEWART,
PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY IN THE UNIVERSITY, AND
IN FIVE VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES; F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON; OTRIDGE
OF THE CAUSES OF IMPROVEMENT IN THE PRO-
DUCTIVE POWERS OF LABOUR, AND OF THE
ORDER ACCORDING TO WHICH ITS PRODUCE IS
NATURALLY DISTRIBUTED AMONG THE DIFFE-
PART II. Of the Produce of Land which sometimes
does, and fometimes does not, afford Rent
PART III. Of the Variations in the Proportion be-
tween the respective Values of that Sort of Produce
which always affords Rent, and of that which fome-
times does and fometimes does not afford Rent
Digreffion concerning the Variations in the Value of Silver
Conclufion of the Digreffion concerning the Variations