2 edition of The most agreeable companion found in the catalog.
The most agreeable companion
1782 by printed by Griffith Wright and Son, for the compiler in Leeds .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7133, no. 06.|
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The arts of weaving plain linen and plain silk, for example, are almost entirely the same. Some money, too, is commonly given to the master for teaching him his trade. The policy of Europe considers the labour of all mechanics, artificers, and manufacturers, as skilled labour; and that of all country labourers as common labour. The one is in an advancing state, and has, therefore, a continual demand for new bands: the other is in a declining state, and the superabundance of hands is continually increasing.
Employment is much more constant in some trades than in others. There is no city in Europe, I believe, in which house-rent is dearer than in London, and yet I know no capital in which a furnished apartment can be hired as cheap. In a decaying manufacture, on the contrary, many workmen, rather than quit their old trade, are contented with smaller wages than would otherwise be suitable to the nature of their employment. Pug The pug loves children.
In country labour, on the contrary, the labourer, while he is employed about the easier, learns the more difficult parts of his The most agreeable companion book, and his own labour maintains him through all the different stages of his employment. Half a dozen wool-combers, perhaps, are necessary to keep a thousand spinners and weavers at work. In London almost all journeymen artificers are liable to be called upon and dismissed by their masters from day to day, and from week to week, in the same manner as day-labourers in other places. The arts of weaving plain linen and plain silk, for example, are almost entirely the same. Not only the art of the farmer, the general direction of the operations of husbandry, but many inferior branches of country labour require much more skin and experience than the greater part of mechanic trades.
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By combining not to take apprentices they can not only engross the employment, but reduce the whole manufacture into a sort of slavery to themselves, and raise the The most agreeable companion book of their labour much above what is due to the nature of their work.
His aim throughout is to remind New Testament Christians that they are whole Bible believers, and to give them a key to reading the Old Testament biblically. In the history of the arts, now publishing by the French Academy of Sciences, several of them are actually explained in this manner.
I read it with a notepad in one hand and at times tears on every page. Highly intelligent, they absorb information like sponges and more often than not make every effort to toe the line. The laws and customs of Europe, therefore, in order to qualify any person for exercising the one species of labour, impose the necessity of an apprenticeship, though with different degrees of rigour in different places.
The difference between the earnings of a common labourer and those of a well employed lawyer or physician, is evidently much greater than that between the ordinary profits in any two different branches of trade.
He The most agreeable companion book liable, in consequence, to be frequently without any. No master hatter can have more than two apprentices anywhere in England, or in the English plantations, under pain of forfeiting five pounds a month, half to the king and half to him who shall sue in any court of record.
Those, on the contrary, for which the demand arises chiefly from use or necessity, are less liable to change, and the same form or fabric may continue in demand for whole centuries together.
This trade can be carried on nowhere but in great towns. They have commonly neither inclination nor fitness to enter into combinations; and the clamour and sophistry of merchants and manufacturers easily persuade them that the private interest of a part, and of a subordinate part of the society, is The most agreeable companion book general interest of the whole.
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In The most agreeable companion book country of Europe we find, at least, a hundred people who have acquired great fortunes from small beginnings by trade and manufactures, the industry which properly belongs to towns, for one who has done so by that which properly belongs to the country, the raising of rude produce by the improvement and cultivation of land.
When those particular incorporations which are The most agreeable companion book peculiarly called universities were first established, the term of years which it was necessary to study, in order to obtain the degree of master of arts, appears evidently to have been copied from the terms of apprenticeship in common trades, of which the incorporations were much more ancient.
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The operations of the speculative merchant are principally employed about such commodities. In country labour, on the contrary, the labourer, while he is employed about the easier, learns the more difficult parts of his business, and his own labour maintains him through all the different stages of his employment.
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