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NATURE AND CAUSES
WEALTH OF NATIONS.
BY ADAM SMITH, L.L.D. F.R.S.
A LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.
A VIEW OF THE DOCTRINE OF SMITH, COMPARED WITH THAT OF TAE
IN THREE VOLUMES,
PRINTED FOR MUNDELL, DOIG, AND STEVENSON, EDINBURGH ;
T. HAMILTON, LONDON; AND WILSON AND SON, YORK.
OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
PART I. Of the Funds or Sources of Revenue
which may particularly belong to the Sove-
reign or Commonwealth
Part II. Of Taxes..
ART. I. Taxes upon Rent; Taxes upon the
Rent of Land
Taxes which are proportioned, not to the
Rent, but to the Produce of Land .... 277
Taxes upon the Rent of Houses
Art. II. Taxes upon Profit, or upon the
Revenue arising from Stock...
Taxes upon the Profit of particular Employ-