February 8, 1868.

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The Economist, 8. Februar 1868. S. 142/143.
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Peasantry Proprietors.

The sphere of this system in U. States, Australia, colonies generally, where farm of 40 acres of finest land to be had at nominal price, und, with the aid of minimum of capital, the owner’s labour may raise crops from the virgin fertility of the soil. Anders in old und densely populated countries like England. First obstacle: Rent of Land, partly the pure rent due to the limited quantity of cultivable land, partly the interest of capital invested in fences, drainage, approaches, or other improvements. … It is the part of a statesman to detect those tendencies which have not developed their full effects, so that the future may be more surely anticipated. But the supporters of peasant proprietorship in the present in the present day display as little consciousness of the future as if they had 1/2 century ago urged their fellow countrymen to leave the mill for the spinning wheel. And now they urge us to recur to spade cultivation, or something very little better, when farming is already a matter of science, capital, organisation, and steam power. There are tendencies of |62 so high an import and so irresistible a character, that the more quickly we yield to them the more we show our sense, let them bring what apparent ills they may. … The „magic of property“ can do much, but it can hardly enable the labourer by his spade, to compete with the united forces of science, mechanism, and steam power …

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The Economist, 8. Februar 1868. S. 146/147.
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Exports and Imports.

In den folgenden Tabellen 3 Ziffern (000) ausgelassen. Also z.B. 140,000 = 140,000,000.

A) Value of Imports during 10 Months ended with October.
Ten Months ended with October. [Imports] Imports minus Raw Cotton
Value. Difference at each Period compared with its Predecessor. Value Difference of each Period compared mit its Predecessor.
£ £
1862 £140,316 £121,634
1863 156,563 16,247 Increase 118,888 2,746 Decr.
1864 181,283 24,720 Do. 119,184 296 Incr.
1865 160,499 20,784 Decrease 116,599 2,585 Dec.
1866 193,697 33,198 Incr. 126,521 9,922 Incr.
1867 181,371 12,326 Incr. 134,540 8,019 …
B) Value and Quantity of Raw Cotton. Imp. into U. Kingd. during 10 Months ended with October.
Ten Months ended with October. Value of Raw Cotton Imported. £. Quantity of Raw Cotton Imported. Cwts.
1862 £18,582 Cwts 3,125
1863 37,675 4,225
1864 62,099 6,147
1865 43,900 6,316
1866 67,176 10,610
1867 46,831 9,684
C) Value of British Exports during 11 Months ended with November.
11 Months ended with November. British Exports British Exports minus Cotton manufactures.
Value. Difference at Each Period compared with its Predecessor. Value. Difference of each Period compared w. Predecessor.
£. £
1862 £113,283 £84,818
1863 132,136 18,853 Incr. 97,043 12,225 Increase
1864 148,341 16,205 Do 105,847 8,804 do.
1865 150,832 2,491 Do. 108,112 2,265 do.
1866 137,913 23,081 Do. 118,068 10,956 do.
1867 167,932 5,981 Decr. 116,457 1,611 Decr.
D) Value and Quantity of Cotton Manufactures. Exported from U. Kingd. during 11 Months ended with November.
11 Months ended mit November. Value Quantity
Cotton Manufactures Exported. Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cloth (Plain and Printed) Cotton Sewing Tread Thread.
1862 £28,465 bbs lbs 89,101 1,586,944 yds 4,284 lbs.
1863 35,093 67,612 1,537,714 3,809
1864 42,494 69,592 1,617,060 4,035
1865 42,720 94,134 1,850,815 4,245
1866 55,845 126,180 2,341,748 3,828
1867 51,475 153,982 2,567,804 6,094

V) France.

  • Movement of Bank of France (11, 12)
  • National Debt. (36) Le Bilan (65) Cochut on French Finance (70) Einhorn (71)
  • French Budget. (61)
  • Subscription to New French Loan (68) (78) Ditto Correspondence von Aug. 22 darüber (78, 79)
  • French Railways and Gvt. (70, 71)
  • Gvt. and Messageries Impériales (38)
  • Calls of Companies in 1866. (59)
  • Credit Mobilier und Immobilier (61, 68, 76, 77, 79, 80)
  • Jecker Bonds. (76)
  • Vidal. Internat. Rouen (79)
  • Trade. 1866. (63)
  • Imports and Exports of Precious Metals. ’67 (63) First 6 Months ’68 (77) Countries of Import of Precious Metals and Export from France during same time (79)

Inhalt:

  • Inhaltsverzeichnis von Friedrich Engels
  • 1869 I Heft
  • Money Market. 1868.
  • Money Market Review. Jahrgang 1868.
  • The Economist. Jahrgang 1868. Nachträge
    • The Economist. Jahrgang 1868.
    • Inhaltsregister für 1868 Jahrgang. („Money Market Review“ und „Economist“.)
    • Kommentar zu George Joachim Goschen
      • George J. Goschen: The Theory of the Foreign Exchange. 7th edit. London 1866.
      • Friedrich Ernst Feller, Carl Gustav Odermann: Das Ganze der kaufmännischen Arithmetik
      • Inhalt.