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" Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system, that which every man who has studied the subject, must know to be the true principle of commerce, the interchange of reciprocal and equivalent benefit. We may... "
The Monthly Review - 第 413 頁
1810
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The Question Concerning the Depreciation of Our Currency Stated and ..., 第 3 卷

William Huskisson - 1810
...more to answer than the most envious of our neighbours. Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...expense of the other. This is a purpose at which, if it were practicable, we ought not to aim ; and which, if we aimed at it, we could not accomplish. Let...
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The London Quarterly Review, 第 4 卷

1811
...think, more to answer than the most envious of our neighbours. Our true policy would be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...subject must know to be the true principle of commerce ; — ihe interchange oj'rrcifirocal and equivalent benefit. We may rest assured that it is not in...
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Speeches and Forensic Arguments

Daniel Webster - 1830 - 520 頁
...our riches to what is called the balance of trade.'' " Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...expense of the other. This is a purpose at which, if it were practicable, we ought not to aim; and which, if we aimed at, we could not accomplish." These...
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The Speeches of the Right Honorable William Huskisson: With a Biographical ...

William Huskisson - 1831
...more to answer than the most envious of our neighbours. Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...expense of the other. This is a purpose at which, if it were practicable, we ought not to aim ; and which, if we aimed at it, we could not accomplish. Let...
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The speeches of ... William Huskisson, with a biogr. memoir, 第 1 卷

William Huskisson - 1831
...more to answer than the most envious of our neighbours. Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...commerce ;—the interchange of reciprocal and equivalent beneJit. We may rest assured that it is not in the nature of commerce to enrich one party at the expense...
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Speeches and Forensic Arguments, 第 1 卷

Daniel Webster - 1848
...our riches to what is called the balance of trade." " Our true policy .would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...commerce, the interchange of reciprocal and equivalent bcmfit. We may rest assured that it is not in the nature of commerce to enrich one party at the expense...
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Works: with a Biographical Memoir, 第 3 卷

Daniel Webster, Edward Everett - 1853
...of our riches to what is called the balance of trade." " Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...expense of the other. This is a purpose at which, if it were practicable, we ought not to aim ; and which, if we aimed at, we could not accomplish." These...
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The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States: With an ...

Joseph Gales - 1824
...to what is called the balance of trade." "Our true policy would surely be to profess, u the oliject and guide of our commercial system, that which every...of reciprocal and equivalent benefit. We may rest assored that it is not in the nature of commerce to enrich one party at the expense of the other. This...
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A Select Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts and Other Publications, on ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1857 - 684 頁
...more to answer than the most envious of our neighbours. Our true policy would surely be to profess, as the object and guide of our commercial system,...of reciprocal and equivalent benefit. We may rest assurred that it is not in the nature of commerce to enrich one party at the expense of the other....
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National Economy: a History of the American Protective System: And Its ...

Andrew White Young - 1864 - 468 頁
...were purchased, then the voyage would not have been profitable. He quoted from a British statesman, that " it is not in the nature of commerce to enrich one party at the expense of the other." Intimately connected with this topic, said Mr. W., is another, the exportation of specie, so much complained...
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