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" They may be said therefore in some measure to create the poor which they maintain, and as the provisions of the country must, in consequence of the increased population, be distributed to every man in smaller proportions, it is evident that the labour... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Page 26
1804
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An Essay on the Principle of Population, as it Affects the Future ..., Volume 2

Thomas Robert Malthus - 1809
...being able to support a family without parish assistance. They may be said therefore, to create the poor which they maintain ; and as the provisions of...man in smaller proportions, it is evident that the labor of those who are not supported by parish assistance will purchase a smaller quantity of provisions...
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An Essay on the Principle of Population: Or, A View of Its Past ..., Volume 2

Thomas Robert Malthus - 1817 - 507 pages
...being able to support a family without parish assistance. They may be said, therefore, to create the poor which they maintain ; and as the provisions of...consequently more of them must be driven to apply for assistance. Secondly ; the quantity of provisions consumed in workhouses, upon a part of the society...
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A Treatise on the Causes and Principles of Meteorological Phenomena: Also ...

Graham Hutchison - 1843 - 646 pages
...being able to support a family without parish assistance. They may be said, therefore, to create the poor which they maintain ; and as the provisions of...provisions than before, and consequently more of them be driven to apply for assistance." In another passage Malthus says : " Already above one-fourth of...
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Life and Writings of Thomas R. Malthus

Charles Robert Drysdale - 1887 - 120 pages
...being able to support a family without parish 'assistance. They may be said, therefore, to create the poor which they maintain ; and as the provisions of the country must, ia consequence of the increased population be distributed to every man in smaller proportions, it is...
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An Essay on the Principle of Population: Or, A View of Its Past and Present ...

Thomas Robert Malthus, George Thomas Bettany - 1890 - 614 pages
...of being able to support a family without parish assistance. They be said, therefore, to create the poor which they maintain : and as the provisions of...consequence of the increased population, be distributed to ever)' man in smaller proportions, it is evident that the labour of those who are not supported by...
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The Life and Writings of Thomas R. Malthus

Charles Robert Drysdale - 1892 - 120 pages
...being able to support a family without parish assistance. They may be said, therefore, to create the poor which they maintain ; and as the provisions of...parish assistance will purchase a smaller quantity of provision* than before, and consequently many of them must be driven to apply for assistance. " Secondly,...
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Parallel Chapters from the First and Second Editions of An Essay on the ...

Thomas Robert Malthus - 1894 - 134 pages
...able to support a family in independence. They may be said therefore in some measure to create the poor which they maintain; and as the provisions of...before, and consequently, more of them must be driven to ask for support. , f Secondly, the quantity of provisions consumed in work-, houses upon a part of...
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Poverty and Dependency: Their Relief and Prevention

John Lewis Gillin - 1921 - 707 pages
...being able to support a family without parish assistance. They may be said, therefore, to create the poor which they maintain: And, as the provisions of...man in smaller proportions, it is evident that the labor of those who are not supported by parish assistance, will purchase a smaller quantity of provisions...
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Population: The First Essay

Thomas Robert Malthus - 1959 - 139 pages
...able to support a family in independence. They may be said therefore in some measure to create the poor which they maintain, and as the provisions of...before and consequently more of them must be driven to ask for support. Secondly, the quantity of provisions consumed in workhouses upon a part of the society...
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Progress, Poverty, and Population: Re-reading Condorcet, Godwin, and Malthus

John Avery, Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat Condorcet (marquès de), William Godwin, Thomas Robert Malthus - 1997 - 151 pages
...a family in independence ... and the Poor Laws may be said therefore in some measure to create the poor which they maintain; and as the provisions of...not supported by parish assistance, will purchase u smaller quantity of provisions than before, and consequently, more of them must be driven to ask...
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