Lectures on Justice, Police, Revenue and Arms (1763)
Lectures on Justice, Police, Revenue and Arms, delivered in the University of Glasgow, by Adam Smith. Reported by a Student in 1763 and edited with an Introduction and notes, by Edwin Cannan (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1869).
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Table of Contents
- EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION
- Chapter I.: History of the Report.
- Chapter II.: Value of the Report.
- TABLE OF PARALLEL PASSAGES IN THE WEALTH OF NATIONS.
- PART I: OF JUSTICE
- [DIVISION I.] OF PUBLIC JURISPRUDENCE
- [DIVISION II.] DOMESTIC LAW
- [DIVISION III.] PRIVATE LAW
- PART II: OF POLICE
- [DIVISION I. CLEANLINESS AND SECURITY.]
- [DIVISION II. CHEAPNESS OR PLENTY.]
- [PART III: OF REVENUE]
- [PART II: OF POLICE]
- [PART IV:] OF ARMS
- [PART V:] OF THE LAWS OF NATIONS