Book 1

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 5a: Real And Nominal Price

Chap 5b: Grains vs Silver

Chap 5c: Coin Reformation

Chap 6a: Component Parts Of The Price Of Commodities

Chap 6b: Rent Wages Profits

Chap 7a: Natural And Market Price Of Commodities

Chap 7n: Secrets and Monopolies

Chap 8a: Wages

Chap 8b: Wages in different states of society

Chap 8c: Real Wages

Chap 8d: Poverty and Maximum & Minimum wages

Chap 8e: Seasonal and sticky wages

Chap 9a: Profits

Chap 9b: Interest

Chap 10a: Wages and Profit

Chap 10b: Constancy, Trust

Chap 10c: Insurance, Retail

Chap 10d: Creating equality

Chap 10e: Apprenticeships

Chap 10f: Corporations

Chap 10g: Wage Subsidies

Chap 10h: Poor Laws

Chap 11a: Rent

Chap 11b: Wheat

Chap 11c: Wine-tobacco-sugar-rice-potatoes

Chap 11d, Part 2: Produce that sometimes affords rent: Wood & Clothing

Chap 11e: Coal

Chap 11f: Precious Metals, Stones

Chap 11g, Part 3: Variations between produce that always afford rent and those that sometimes afford rent

Chap 11h: Variations in Silver Prices — First Period 1262

Chap 11i: Mistakes in Recording Prices

Chap 11j: Effort Theory of Value

Chap 11k: Second 1570 and Third period 1650

Chap 11l: Silver Demand

Chap 11m: Gold vs Silver Prices

Chap 11n: How Improvement raises prices of Rude Produce: First Sort — The produce that cannot be multiplied

Chap 11o: How Improvement raises prices of Rude Produce: Second Sort — The produce that can be multiplied according to demand

Chap 11p: How Improvement raises prices of Rude Produce: Third Sort — The produce that can or cannot be multiplied according to demand

Chap 11q: Digression Conclusion

Chap 11r: Rent Conclusion

Chap 11s: Appendix

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