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Adam Smith, An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (Cannan ed.), vol. 2 
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith, edited with an Introduction, Notes, Marginal Summary and an Enlarged Index by Edwin Cannan (London: Methuen, 1904). Vol. 2.
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- Book Iv
- Chapter IV: Of Drawbacks
- Chapter V: Of Bounties
- Digression Concerning the Corn Trade and Corn Laws 1
- Chapter VI: Of Treaties of Commerce
- Chapter VII: Of Colonies
- Part First: of the Motives For Establishing New Colonies
- Part Second: Causes of the Prosperity of New Colonies
- Part Third: of the Advantages Which Europe Has Derived From the Discovery of America, and From That of a Passage to the East Indies By the Cape of Good Hope
- Chapter VIII: Conclusion of the Mercantile System 1
- Chapter IX: Of the Agricultural Systems, Or of Those Systems of Political Œconomy, Which Represent the Produce of Land As Either the Sole Or the Principal Source of the Revenue and Wealth of Every Country
- Book V: Of the Revenue of the Sovereign Or Commonwealth
- Chapter I: Of the Expences of the Sovereign Or Commonwealth
- Part I: Of the Expence of Defence
- Part II: Of the Expence of Justice
- Part III: Of the Expence of Public Works and Public Institutions
- Article I: Of the Public Works and Institutions For Facilitating the Commerce of the Society And, First, of Those Which Are Necessary For Facilitating Commerce In General 1
- Article II: Of the Expence of the Institutions For the Education of Youth 1
- Article III: Of the Expence of the Institutions For the Instruction of People of All Ages
- Part IV: Of the Expence of Supporting the Dignity of the Sovereign
- Chapter II: Of the Sources of the General Or Public Revenue of the Society
- Part I: Of the Funds Or Sources of Revenue Which May Peculiarly Belong to the Sovereign Or Commonwealth
- Part II: Of Taxes
- Article I: Taxes Upon Rent. Taxes Upon the Rent of Land
- Article II: Taxes Upon Profit, Or Upon the Revenue Arising From Stock
- Appendix to Articles I and Ii Taxes Upon the Capital Value of Land, Houses, and Stock
- Article III: Taxes Upon the Wages of Labour
- Article IV: Taxes Which, It Is Intended, Should Fall Indifferently Upon Every Different Species of Revenue
- Chapter III: Of Public Debts
- Appendix 1