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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-329

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EVENING CLASSES 325 and Commercial Treaties-The influence of such relations on the intercourse of Nations XIII The Distribution of Products-The circumstances which give particular countries advantages in Climate Natural Products Commerce and Industry XIV The effect of waste or unproductive consumption on the economy of Society and the Distribution of wealth-Of Endowments in aid of Education-of Charities in aid of Labour XV Pauperism its History its Growth and its Kinds- Remedies which have been devised for the purpose of arresting or controlling it XVI Taxation and its incidence-direct and indirect imperial and local-the distribution of Taxation and the circumstances under which the apparent payer is able to shift the tax on others XVII The uses of Metallic Currency -the effects in- duced by rise or fall in the value of such Currency on different classes of Society-the contrast between the present state of the facts and past experience-The probabilities of the future SPECIAL PRIZES Two Prizes of the value of £7 and £3 will be given "by Friend of the College to those gaining the highest aggregate marks in the ordinary Examination in Political Economy at the end of tbe Session and for an Essay on subject con- nected therewith The number of marks allowed for the Examination and the Essay will be equal and no Prize will be awarded to anyone who does not gain an aggregate equal to three-fourths of full marks in each subject No one can compete except he has regularly attended the Lectures of the Tooke Professor
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