Book I, Chap. 1-5

Book I. Of the Causes of Improvement in the productive Powers of Labour, and of the Order according to which its Produce is naturally distributed among the different Ranks of the People

Introduction

Chap 1: Of The Division Of Labour

Chap 2: Of The Principle Which Gives Occasion To The Division Of Labour

Chap 3: That The Division Of Labour Is Limited By The Extent Of The Market

Chap 4: Of The Origin And Use Of Money

Chap 5: Of The Real And Nominal Price Of Commodities, Or Of Their Price In Labour, And Their Price In Money

Chap 6: Of The Component Parts Of The Price Of Commodities

Chap 7: Of The Natural And Market Price Of Commodities

Chap 8: Of The Wages Of Labour

Chap 9: Of The Profits Of Stock

Chap 10: Of Wages And Profit In The Different Employments Of Labour And Stock

  • Part 1: Inequalities Arising From The Nature Of The Employments Themselves1
  • Part 2: Inequalities Occasioned By The Policy Of Europe

Chap 11: Of The Rent Of Land

  • Part 1: Of The Produce Of Land Which Always Affords Rent
  • Part 2: Of The Produce Of Land Which Sometimes Does, And Sometimes Does Not, Afford Rent
  • Part 3: Of The Variations In The Proportion Between The Respective Values Of That Sort Of Produce Which Always Affords Rent, And Of That Which Sometimes Does And Sometimes Does Not Afford Rent

Digression Concerning The Variations In The Value Of Silver During The Course Of The Four Last Centuries

  • First Period
  • Second Period
  • Third Period

Variations In The Proportion Between The Respective Values Of Gold And Silver
Grounds Of The Suspicion That The Value Of Silver Still Continues To Decrease
Different Effects Of The Progress Of Improvement Upon Three Different Sorts Of Rude Produce

  • First Sort
  • Second Sort
  • Third Sort

Conclusion Of The Digression Concerning The Variations In The Value Of Silver

Effects Of The Progress Of Improvement Upon The Real Price Of Manufactures

Conclusion Of The Chapter

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