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POLITICAL economy, at least, is found to have sound principles, founded in the moral and physical nature of man, which, however lost sight of in particular measures-however even temporarily controverted and borne down by clamour have yet a stronger and stronger testimony borne to them in each succeeding generation, by which they must, sooner or later, prevail.-Herschel.
CHARACTER & LOGICAL METHOD
BEING A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED IN HILARY TERM, 1857.
BY JOHN E. CAIRNES, A.M.,
WHATELY PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL ECONOMY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN.
WILLIAM MC GEE AND CO. NASSAU-STREET, DUBLIN.