A Treatise on Political Economy: or the true principles of political economy in the form of a romaunt, for the more pleasing accommodation of readers; Explained in a series of letters to Aristippus, from Aristander, perceived in a deep vision. The subject is presumed to be considered upon strict philosophical, mathematical, and geometrical principles

TitleA Treatise on Political Economy: or the true principles of political economy in the form of a romaunt, for the more pleasing accommodation of readers; Explained in a series of letters to Aristippus, from Aristander, perceived in a deep vision. The subject is presumed to be considered upon strict philosophical, mathematical, and geometrical principles
Year for Search1824
Authors[Stirrat], [David]
Date Published1824
PublisherPtd. for the editor
Place PublishedBaltimore, MD
KeywordsMale author
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Technologically advanced eutopia. City in a series of levels, working from storehouses, to homes for workers, to higher levels for higher occupations. Concerned with the desirability of establishing a sinking fund, which is a way of setting aside funds with, at that time, a view to reducing the national debt.

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1824 [Stirrat, David]. A Treatise on Political Economy: or the true principles of political economy in the form of a romaunt, for the more pleasing accommodation of readers; Explained in a series of letters to Aristippus, from Aristander, perceived in a deep vision. The subject is presumed to be considered upon strict philosophical, mathematical, and geometrical principles. Baltimore, MD: Ptd. for the editor. NN

Technologically advanced eutopia. City in a series of levels, working from storehouses, to homes for workers, to higher levels for higher occupations. Concerned with the desirability of establishing a sinking fund, which is a way of setting aside funds with, at that time, a view to reducing the national debt.