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  • The World of the Wealth of Nations
  • Jan S. Prybyla (bio)
Jan S. Prybyla

Assistant Professor of Economics, Pennsylvania State University

notes

1. John Rae, Life of Adam Smith (London, 1895), 286.

2. Ibid., 287.

3. Autobiography of the Rev. Alexander Carlyle, Minister of Inveresk (Edinburgh, 1860).

4. C. R. Fay, Adam Smith and the Scotland of his Day (Cambridge, 1956), 129.

5. Rosamund Bayne-Powell, Travellers in Eighteenth-Century England (London, 1951).

6. Ibid., 26.

7. Smith to Cullen, Sept. 20, 1774, quoted in Rae, Life of Adam Smith, 276.

8. W. R. Scott, Adam Smith as Student and Professor (Glasgow, 1938), 268.

9. Cf. Wealth of Nations, 76.

10. Hume to Smith, Feb. 13, 1774, quoted in C. R. Fay, Adam Smith, 126.

11. Rae, Life of Adam Smith, 189.

12. Georges Weulersse, Les Physiocrates (Paris, 1931), 26.

13. Lectures on Justice, Police, Revenue and Arms delivered in the University of Glasgow by Adam Smith and reported by a student in 1763 (New York, 1956), 163.

14. John Strang, Glasgow and its Clubs (London, 1857).

15. Wealth of Nations, 501.

16. Ibid., 718.

17. L’Ingénu (Geneva, 1767).

18. Wealth of Nations, 67.

19. Edwin Cannan, “Adam Smith as an Economist,” Economica, June, 1926.

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