|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1570, no. 11.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Considerations upon the East-India trade. Paperback – by Henry Martin (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Henry Martin. Downloadable! Henry Martyn's Considerations Upon the East-India Trade, published anonymously in , stands out as a major contribution to the field of political economy that took root in Britain in the eighteenth century, and to the demonstration of the gains from free trade (Martyn ). Martyn provided one of the earliest formulations (and by far the clearest) of . Henry Martyn’s book “Considerations upon the East India Trade”, written to oppose the EIC’s monopoly, had already anticipated most of what is right and wrong about the theory of free trade: “Things may be imported from India by fewer hands than as good would be made in England, so that to permit the consumption of Indian manufactures Author: Lead Economist. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .
(Considerations ON THE EAST-INDIA TRADE ; Wherein all the OBJECTIONS to that TRADE, with relation, I. To the Exportation of BULLION, for Manu- factures consumed in England: To the Loss of Employment for our own I Hands: To the Abatement of Rents: i 1 ARE FULLY ANSWER'D. 1 With a Comparison of the EAST-INDIA. Considerations on the East-India Trade. Henry Martyn. in History of Economic Thought Books from McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought. Date: References: Add references at CitEc Citations: Track citations by RSS feed. Downloads: (external link). In response, a British lawyer and essayist, Henry Martyn, made the case for free trade in a pamphlet titled "Considerations upon the East India Trade" (published in , 75 years before Adam Smith), arguing that "if the East-Indies wou'd send us Cloaths for nothing, as good or equivalent of those made in England by prodigious labour of the. Tracts in favor of free trade have been written for about three centuries, starting with Henry Martyn's Considerations upon the East-India Trade of (). Irwin's book does not rehash dogmatic arguments made in the past in defense of this concept.
Antony Wild has succeeded beyond any scale of recognition in his book The East India Company: Trade and Conquest from This book, which details the English East India Company's history will appeal to anyone with an interest in British, Indian, Asian, American, military, nautical, or commerical history-- it is that by: Henry Martyn’s book “Considerations upon the East India Trade”, written to oppose the EIC’s monopoly, had already anticipated most of what is right and wrong about the theory of free trade: “Things may be imported from India by fewer hands than as good would be made in England, so that to permit the consumption of Indian manufactures Author: Tetractys Merkaba. To preserve the East-India trade [electronic resource] To preserve the East-India trade, [microform] To preserve the East-India trade [electronic resource] Considerations upon the East-India trade [microform] A Memento to the East-India Companies, or, An abstract of a remonstrance presented to the House of Commo. Henry Martin, Considerations upon the East Indies Trade (), chap. 10, The East-India Trade destroys no imployment of the People which is profitable to the Kingdom, pp. Questions about the source: This work of 'political economy' by Henry Martin discusses the impact of overseas trade on domestic or home economies.