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Lately published, by the same Author, in crown octavo,
ON OTHER SUBJECTS.
WHAT DEGREE OF PRACTICAL IMPORTANCE OUGHT TO BE ASCRIBED TO THE SCIENCE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY?
A WRITER in the Quarterly Review, No. 29, considers the subjects of population, bullion, and corn laws, in the same light as the scho-, lastic questions of the middle ages; and puts marks of admiration to them, expressive of his utter astonishment, that such perishable stuff should engage any portion of the public