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7 Scorpions : Rebellion

By: Mike Saxton

...imposed exile for over a year came out of hiding… 1 Chapter 1 H artford, Connecticut, had its fair share of street violence in its past. The former... ...like a schoolyard kickball game. Afer the dust began to setle, a group of Connecticut residents got together to rebel against Zodiac’s forces and a ... ...ar and hit the gas to get out of what was lef of the once capital city of Connecticut. “Where are we going?” asked Josh. “ Away from here,” responded... ...lse gets in our way,” Talbot pointed out. “Wait, Southern? As in Southern Connecticut State Univer- sity? They’re on a college campus?” Vincent asked... ... have a feeling that you might be our only hope.” 27 Chapter 4 D anbury, Connecticut. Prior to the Flash Storm, it was the seventh largest city in ... ... white, and black checkered fannel shirt, work boots, jeans, and a bright orange vest. It was not the most subtle of atire. “Howdy. You army types i... ...ately for her, the tree still had its leaves which were various shades of orange, brown, and yellow. She took aim with the rife that Vincent had giv... ... road except for trees with leaves that had changed to various shades of orange, yellow, brown, and red. The branches on the trees hadn’t been prun...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...ra was born. she sold the patent to Warner Brothers Corset Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut, for $1,500. They made $15 million over the next 30 ... ...rcent in South Carolina). Emancipation led to near bankruptcy. The Union states of Connecticut, Minnesota, and Wisconsin refused to pass constituti... ...flies with three longitudinal black stripes across the thorax. The insect's face is orange- brown. As opposed to virtually all other types of mag... ... and the top of the fog-shrouded Empire State Building was briefly seen in a bright orange glow. High-octane airplane fuel spewed out of the rupture... ... the previous governor, her husband. The second woman governor - Ella Grasso of Connecticut - was elected in 1974 and the first judge of the Sup...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...ea: 13,940 km 2 ; land area: 10,070 km 2 Comparative area: about the size of Connecticut Coastline: 3,542 km Maritime claims: Continental shelf: 200 m... ...ain products coffee, rice, corn, sugarcane, cocoa, soybeans, cotton, manioc, oranges; nearly self-sufficient except for wheat; an illegal producer of ... ...coffee, transport equipment, iron ore, steel products, chemicals, machinery, orange juice, shoes, sugar Imports: $12.7 billion (f.o.b., 1985); petro- ... ...: 9,250 km 2 ; land area: 9,240 km 2 Comparative area: slightly smaller than Connecticut Coastline: 648 km Maritime claims: Continental shelf: 200 met... ...ea: 12,170 km 2 ; land area: 12,170 km 2 Comparative area: about the size of Connecticut Coastline: 1,288 km Maritime claims: Continental shelf: 200 m... ...ea: 36,120 km 2 ; land area: 28,000 km 2 Comparative area: about the size of Connecticut and New Hampshire com- bined Land boundaries: 740 km total Co... ...10,990 km 2 ; land area: 10,830 km 2 Comparative area: slightly smaller than Connecticut Coastline: 1,022 km Maritime claim: Territorial sea: 12 nm Cl...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...r health. The situation is the same in fruit growing. Organically produced oranges and many other fruits, too, are ugly to look at, with unevenly colo... ...ot select them on supermarket fruit counters. Growing a perfect, beautiful orange demands ceaseless spraying with insecticides. Their own health, the ... ...et fruit pods of a certain tree and soak them in water. The water turns an orange brownish colour and it's put in bottles. It is taken to an old relat... ...oyful songs all the way. At the temple, the white robe is exchanged for an orange monk's robe. Seven days later there is another ceremony. It means th... ...Hinterland Relationships in Thailand. Unpubl. Ph.D. thesis, University of Connecticut. Lyotard, Jean-Francois 1986. The Postmodern Condition. Theor...

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What Your Bank Doesn't Want You to Know : About Where to Invest Your Money

By: Lillian R. Villanova

...Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Placer, Plumas, Riverside, Sacramento, San Benito, San Bern... ...aguache, San Juan, San Miguel, Sedgwick, Summit, Teller, Washington, Weld, Yuma Connecticut: Tax Lien Certificate State 8 Counties Fairfield, Hart... ...iberty, Madison, Manatee, Marion, Martin, Monroe, Nassau, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Santa R... ...arion, Marshall, Martin, Miami, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Newton, Noble, Ohio, Orange, Owen, Parke, Perry, Pike, Porter, Posey, Pulaski, Putnam, R... ...dison, Monroe, Montgomery, Nassau, New York, Niagara, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Orange, Orleans, Oswego, Otsego, Putnam, Queens, Rensselaer, Richmo... ...cklenburg, Mitchell, Montgomery, Moore, Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, Orange, Pamlico, Pasquotank, Pender, Perquimans, Person, Pitt, Polk...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...ar- shall '09; J. F. Crawford, Kelley '10. GAME WITH TRINITY A. D. BA8TIEN Orange and Blue Wednesday on Weston Field—Visitors' Scores Williams will me... ...riage of MissEmma H. Denman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Denman of East Orange, N. J., to Mr. Gregory Palmer of Albany, N. Y. , took place on April... ...e of Holyoke. Additional guests were as fol- lows: Mrs. S. O. Church, East Orange, N. J., Mrs. F. W. Fay, Auburn, N. Y., Mrs. Nathaniel Huggins, New Y... ...Huggins, New York city; Mrs. LsMent, Pittsfield; Mrs. F. H. LaPierre, East Orange, N. J. ; Mrs. Morse, New York city; Mrs. G. S. Payson, Portland, Me.... ...Portland, Me. ; Miss Elizabeth Gates, Auburn, N. Y. ; Miss Ruth Howe. East Orange, N. J. ; Miss Ruth R. Hubbell, New York city ; Miss Hazel McLane, Je... ...ainst the Oak Hill Gun oinb at Pittsfiold on Satur- day. Nov. 3. The fifth Connecticut Valley Student Mission Conference will be hold on Oct. 26 and 2... ...st- brook '10 (10 yards) ; second Kis- Continued on page 5. er than acted. Connecticut Vajley Alumni The Williams college alumni association of the Co... ...lumni in Hartford, Rev, H. H. Kelsey who represented the Amherst alumni of Connecticut, and Professor W. W. Jacobus of the Hartford theologicalseminar... ...the new accessions. Fifteen volumes of the public records of the colony of Connecticut, 1636-1776, published around 1850; volumes 7, Sand 9 of the jou...

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New Life Incognita

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...es about a diet or having to watch her figure. Tyler finished blotting the orange juice spot and tossed the paper towels into a nearby garbage can. Da... ...ognita by Gracie C. McKeever 152 CHAPTER 11 Current Day—Summer New Canaan, Connecticut Kelly glanced at his surroundings, swiveling his head from left... ...ace. She wasn't. Not in this lifetime. EPILOGUE All Souls' Day New Canaan, Connecticut Camilla's long slim body was wrapped in a vibrant red ceremonia...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...e of the states have picked up the slack. Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland,... ...ing regional. Multinationals, such as the British Vodafone and the French Orange - have entered the regional fray. Some CEE markets are as saturated... ...ages (SMS) and textual information pages are booming. Romania's operator, Orange, has launched multimedia messaging. Macedonia introduced WAP, a pro...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...der v. Bull in 1798.(75) After a probate court hearing the legislature of Connecticut passed a resolution, which probably couldn‘t be called a law. ... ...t we certainly have seen crimes copying a media presentation: a Clockwork Orange duplicated rape, a vagrant doused with gasoline and burned to death...

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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

By: Washington Irving

... the purpose of instructing the children of the vicinity. He was a native of Connecticut, a State which supplies the Union with pioneers for the mind ... ...entous sights and sounds in the air, which prevailed in the earlier times of Connecticut; and would frighten them woefully with speculations upon come... ... ing shovel and tongs, glistened from their covert of aspara gus tops; mock oranges and conch shells decorated the man telpiece; strings of various ... ...es of the tenderer kind had been nipped by the frosts into brilliant dyes of orange, purple, and scarlet. Streaming files of wild ducks began to make ... ...and added many marvellous events that had taken place in his native State of Connecticut, and fearful sights which he had seen in his nightly walks ab...

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Actions and Reactions

By: Rudyard Kipling

...e son that was in America?” she asked. “Yes, ma’am. On my uncle’s farm, in Connecticut. He was what they call rood-master there.” “Whereabouts in Conn... ...past. There was black comb so old that they had for- gotten where it hung; orange, buff, and ochre-varnished store-comb, built as bees were used to bu... ...love. Cut up to the house and get some biscuits, Bubbles—sugar ones and an orange or two. No need to tell our womenfolk.” 136 Actions and Reactions T... ...“but I’ve raided what I could. Macrons glaces, candied fruit, and a bag of oranges.” “Excellent!” said the world-renowned contractor. “Jimmy, you’re t... ... the reach of his arm)—with the marron glare, and then he’ll open out this orange. How human! How like your ignoble career, Bubbles!” 137 Kipling Wit... ...ion they ornamented that tree’s lower branches with sugar-topped biscuits, oranges, bits of banana, and marrons glares till it looked very ape’s path ...

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American Notes for General Circulation

By: Charles Dickens

...ore); prolong the meal with a rather mouldy dessert of apples, grapes, and oranges; and drink our wine and brandy and water. The bottles and glasses a... ...randy and water. The bottles and glasses are still upon the table, and the oranges and so forth are rolling about according to their fancy and the shi... ... hours. For tunately, however, the winter having been unusually mild, the Connecticut River was ‘open, ’ or, in other words, not frozen. The captain ... ...ell wrapped up, bade defiance to the weather, and enjoyed the journey. The Connecticut River is a fine stream; and the banks in summer time are, I hav... ...wooded, and carefully improved. It is the seat of the local legislature of Connecticut, which sage body en acted, in bygone times, the renowned code ... ... there is but one which could be so employed: I need not say that flag was orange. The time of leaving Toronto for Kingston is noon. By eight o’clock ...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

...An irritable clank and rattle beneath a prolonged roar. The sharp scent of oranges cutting the soggy smell of unbathed people and ancient baggage. Tow... ...d herself that down the street the leaves were a splendor. The maples were orange; the oaks a solid tint of raspberry. And the lawns had been nursed w... ...s doing things! As she served the emergency dessert of cocoanut and sliced oranges, she cried to Pollock, “Don’t you think we ought to get up a dramat... ...l, baked apples. Because at some more flexible period he had advanced from oranges to grape- fruit he considered himself an epicure. During their firs... ...he breakfast table on a dais. Let the colors be kind of arty and tea-roomy—orange chairs, and orange and blue table, and blue Japanese breakfast set, ... ...overn- ment clerk from Gopher Prairie, Minnesota She started dejectedly up Connecticut Avenue. She stopped, her heart stopped. Coming toward her were ...

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A Tramp Abroad

By: Mark Twain

...an argument of some value in support of the theory that they were the original colonists of the wild islands of the coast of Scotland. A schooner lade... ...oranges was wrecked upon one of those islands a few years ago, and the gentle savages rendered the captain such willing assistance that he gave them a... ...ute precipice, that it was a shuddery thing to think of a person’s venturing to trust his foot on an incline so situated at all. Suppose a man stepped... ...us. Philadelphia Terrapin soup. Butter-beans. Sweet-pota- toes. Oysters roasted in shell—Lettuce. Succotash. Northern style. String-beans. Soft-shell ...

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The Whole History of Grandfathers Chair or True Stories from New England History, 1620-1808

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

...r. Hooker and Mr. Stone, two ministers, went on foot from Massachusetts to Connecticut, through the pathless woods, taking their whole congrega tion ... ...rable event took place in 1643. The colonies of Massachu setts, Plymouth, Connecticut, and New Haven formed a union, for the purpose of assisting eac... ...readful war that had yet occurred between the Indians and the English. The Connecticut settlers, assisted by a celebrated Indian chief named Uncas, bo... ...ned the people of England that they sent over to Holland for the Prince of Orange. He had married the king’s daughter, and was therefore considered to... ...red to have a claim to the crown. On his arrival in England, the Prince of Orange was proclaimed king, by the name of William III. Poor old King James... ...ther told how, at the first intelligence of the land ing of the Prince of Orange in England, the people of Mas sachusetts rose in their strength and...

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Autobiography of a Pocket-Handkerchief

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...temporaneous plants from which I derive my being, grew in a lovely vale of Connecticut, and quite near to the banks of the celebrated river of the sam... ...thousand a-year; and he owned the fee of some fifteen or eighteen farms in Orange county, that were falling in from three-lives leases, and which had ...

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Mosses from an Old Manse

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

... of our community are to be here from Falmouth and beyond, and others from Connecticut and Rhode Island, besides several of the Indian powwows, who, a... ...of wine had bewildered his senses, a singular inci dent occurred. A small orange colored reptile, of the lizard or chameleon species, chanced to be c...

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Roderick Hudson

By: Henry James

...red cedars. Just beneath them, in a great shining curve, flowed the goodly Connecticut. They flung them- selves on the grass and tossed stones into th... ...d half a dozen shapeless fragments of sculpture, with a couple of mea- gre orange-trees in terra-cotta tubs, and an oleander that never flowered. The ... ...h—a little girl of four or five, very fantastically dressed in crimson and orange. She stopped in front of me and stared at me, and I stared at her qu... ...s gar- den was a charming place. Its south wall was curtained with a dense orange vine, a dozen fig-trees offered you their large-leaved shade, and ov...

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Moby Dick; Or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

...bber. Now as the blubber envelopes the whale precisely as the rind does an orange, so is it stripped off from the body precisely as an orange is some-... ...d to you how the blubber wraps the body of the whale, as the rind wraps an orange. Just so with the head; but with this difference: about the head thi... ...to ten times the natural lustre with which in his native Tolland County in Connecticut, he had once enlivened many a 396 Moby Dick fiddler’s frolic o...

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Moby-Dick or the Whale

By: Herman Melville

...bber. Now as the blubber envelopes the whale precisely as the rind does an orange, so is it stripped off from the body precisely as an Chapter 67 Cut... ...s it stripped off from the body precisely as an Chapter 67 Cutting In 297 orange is sometimes stripped by spiralizing it. For the strain constantly k... ...d to you how the blubber wraps the body of the whale, as the rind wraps an orange. Just so with the head; but with this difference: about the head thi... ...to ten times the natural lustre with which in his native Tolland County in Connecticut, he had once enlivened many a fiddler’s frolic on the green; and...

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The Good Soldier

By: Ford Madox Ford

...ticed it. Mrs Ashburnham was a Powys; Florence was a Hurlbird of Stamford, Connecticut, where, as you know, they are more old-fashioned than even the ... ...m Penn. Florence’s people, as is so often the case with the inhabitants of Connecticut, came from the neighbourhood of Fordingbridge, where the Ashbur... ...to imagine that, however much her bright personal- ity came from Stamford, Connecticut, she was yet a graduate of Poughkeepsie. I never could imagine ... ...he voyage. And it struck him that the things to take for that purpose were oranges—because California is the orange country—and comfortable folding ch... ...nd comfortable folding chairs. So he bought I don’t know how many cases of oranges—the great cool California oranges, and half-a-dozen folding chairs ... ...m he had so much as a nodding 13 Ford Madox Ford acquaintance, he gave an orange every morning. And they lasted him right round the girdle of this mi... ...ys he to himself, “these fellows must be very lonely. Let’s take them some oranges.” So he had a boatload of his fruit out and had himself rowed to th... ...isie to the Casino. I want Mrs Dowell to tell me all about the families in Connecticut who came from Fordingbridge.” For it had been discovered that F... ...night, I believe, is the proper season for the gentle feats of love, not a Connecticut July afternoon, when any sort of proximity is an almost appalli...

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Best of Freshman Writing

By: Suzanne Harper

...ong way to go too. The stretch that we were completing started just at the Connecticut border and wound its way down through the mountains of New York... ... addition to your gun and license, you’re going to have to buy your hunter orange clothing, and ammunition for your gun. This will cost at least fifty...

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The Federalist Papers

By: Alexander Hamilton

...e arbiter of their differences. The circum- stances of the dispute between Connecticut and Pennsylva- nia, respecting the land at Wyoming, admonish us... ... the court decided in favor of Pennsylvania. 29 The Federalist Papers But Connecticut gave strong indications of dissatisfaction with that determinat... ...lish their own pre- tensions. These were New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. New Jersey and Rhode Island, upon all occa- sions, discovered ... ... submitted to by the tributary States. The relative situation of New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey would afford an example of this kind. New York,... ...iment in the way, to distinguish the cus- tomers in our own markets. Would Connecticut and New Jersey long submit to be taxed by New York for her excl... .... But it was not till the revolution in 1688, which elevated the Prince of Orange to the throne of Great Britain, that English liberty was completely ... ...e Declaration of Right presented by the Lords and Commons to the Prince of Orange in 1688, and afterwards thrown into the form of an act of parliament...

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Leaves of Grass

By: Walt Whitman

.......................539 Twenty Years.....................................539 Orange Buds by Mail from Florida....540 Twilight............................ ... Michigan! Land of the Old Thirteen! Massachusetts land! land of Vermont and Connecticut! Land of the ocean shores! land of sierras and peaks! Land of... ... of citrons and cucumbers with silver wired leaves, Through the salt lick or orange glade, or under conical firs, Through the gymnasium, through the c... ...each other! let none render it back!) And twigs of maple and a bunch of wild orange and chestnut, And stems of currants and plum blows, and the aromat... ...e oak, locust, chestnut, hickory, cottonwood, Leaves of Grass –Whitman 356 orange, magnolia, Tangles as tangled in him as any canebrake or swamp, He... ...ies are so flavorous and juicy, That the fruits of the apple orchard and the orange orchard, that melons, grapes, peaches, plums, will none of them po... ... fields and tides. Nor by your streams alone, you rivers, By you, your banks Connecticut, By you and all your teeming life old Thames, By you Potomac ...

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Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

By: Ulysses S. Grant

...r, Massachu- setts, in May, 1630. In 1635 he moved to what is now Windsor, Connecticut, and was the surveyor for that colony for more than forty years... ...n this country. His eldest son, Samuel, took lands on the east side of the Connecticut River, opposite Windsor, which have been held and occupied by d... ...l- dren, Peter Grant. The elder, Solomon, remained with his rela- tives in Connecticut until old enough to do for himself, when he emigrated to the Br... ...d if you won’t take that, to give you twenty-five.” It would not require a Connecticut man to guess the price finally agreed upon. This story is nearl... ...he United States, we halted in the evening in a tropical climate where the orange and banana, the coffee and the sugar-cane were flourishing. We had b... ...tions. There are two roads, good for that part of Virginia, run- ning from Orange Court House to the battle-field. The most southerly of these roads i... ...use to the battle-field. The most southerly of these roads is known as the Orange Court House Plank Road, the northern one as the Orange T urnpike. Th... ...as to connect the farms with roads going there. Lee’s headquarters were at Orange Court House. From there to Fredericksburg he had the use of the two ... ...rward, Wilson’s division by Wilderness T av- ern to Parker’s store, on the Orange Plank Road; Gregg to the left towards Chancellorsville. Warren follo...

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Winesbur Inesbur, Ohio

By: Sherwood Anderson

...ng gates, bridges, and stations. “The Big Four paints its stations a nasty orange color. How I hated that color! My brother was al- 41 Winesburg, Ohi... ...en table. “About the house he went in the clothes cov- ered with the nasty orange colored paint. I can see the picture. My mother, who was small and h... ... would never come back, she took the two children and went to a village in Connecticut where she had lived as a girl. In the end she married a man who...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...peatedly and unsuccessfully try- ing to contact it. 44 At 8:52, in Easton, Connecticut, a man named Lee Hanson received a phone call from his son Pete... ...9/11 in a fraudulent driver’s license scheme. 76 Rababah, who had lived in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey, told investigators that he had recom... ...ccess. He says he then suggested that Hazmi and Hanjour travel with him to Connecticut where they could look for a place to live. 77 On May 8, Rababah... ...abah went to Hazmi and Hanjour’s apartment to pick them up for the trip to Connecticut.There he says he found them with new room- mates—Ahmed al Ghamd... ...ad arrived at Dulles Airport on May 2. Rababah drove Hanjour to Fairfield, Connecticut, followed by Hazmi, who had Moqed and Ghamdi in his car.After a... ... highly enriched uranium or plutonium about the size of a grapefruit or an orange, together with com- mercially available material, could fashion a nu...

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Twice Told Tales

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

... of Great Britain. At length a rumor reached our shores that the Prince of Orange had ventured on an enterprise, the success of which would be the tri... ...estimony, in the negative. Here is a note relating to a suit of his in the Connecticut courts, 79 Hawthorne which was delivered me from that gentlema...

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An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

By: Adam Smith

...ter competition than in that of durable commodities; in the importation of oranges, for example, than in that of old iron. When the quantity brought t... ...18;000 a-year; that of New Hampshire and Rhode Island, £3500 each; that of Connecticut, £4000; that of New York and Pennsylvania, £4500 each; that of ... ...mblies had not only the legislative, but a part of the executive power. In Connecticut and Rhode Island, they elected the governor. In the other colon...

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