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by Pieter De LA Court

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  • Author: Pieter De LA Court
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (July 1, 1972)
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Of the Interest of Holland in Relation to foreign Princes and States. IX. That a free Navigation ought to be kept.

Of the Interest of Holland in Relation to foreign Princes and States.

Pieter de la Court (1618 – May 28, 1685) was a Dutch economist and businessman, he is the origin of the successful De la Court family

Pieter de la Court (1618 – May 28, 1685) was a Dutch economist and businessman, he is the origin of the successful De la Court family. He pioneered modern thinking about the economic importance of free competition and was an uncompromising advocate of the republican form of government. Pieter de la Court was born in Leiden, the son of Pieter de la Court the Elder and Jeanne des Planques

Pieter de la Court was a Dutch economist and businessman. In addition to his political works he also authored several works of fiction in which he incorporated many similar arguments. Exact date of birth unknown.

Pieter de la Court was a Dutch economist and businessman. Pieter de la Court’s books. The True Interest and Political Maxims of the Republic of Holland. He pioneered modern thinking about the economic importance of free competition and was an uncompromising advocate of a republican form of government

Pieter de la Court was a Dutch economist and businessman. He pioneered modern thinking about the economic importance of free competition and was an uncompromising advocate of a republican form of government. Books by Pieter de la Court.

Translation of Interest van Holland by v. d. H. Circulated in manuscript and published without his consent and with alterations and the addition of two important chapters (hoofdstukken) . Reprint of the 1746 ed. Circulated in manuscript and published without his consent and with alterations and the addition of two important chapters (hoofdstukken) and part of another by Johan de Witt, 1662. Republished, enlarged and revised 1669 under title Aanwysing der heilsame politike gronden en maximen van de republike van Holland, and in French as Mémoires de Jean de Witt. Cf. Van der Aa, Biog.

This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. made to the earl of Leicester, say, that these two provinces, with all their heath, down, and grounds delved out, could make in all but five hundred thousand morgens. So that I conjecture Holland may now make in all four hundred thousand morgens, or acres of land.

The True Interest and Political Maxims, of the Republic of Holland, trans. Discourse of Western Planting. In The Original Writings and Correspondence of the Two Richard Hakluyts, 2nd Series, ed. de Vries, . and A. van der Woude. The First Modern Economy: Success, Failure, and Perseverance of the Dutch Economy, 1500–1815. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. . Taylor, 77. London: The Hakluyt Society.

free-market economist, Pieter de la Court (1618-1685): Aanwissing der heilsams politike Gronden en Maximen van de Republike van Holland (Rotterdam, 1669).

Witt, Johan de, 1625-1672; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL; Court, Pieter de la, 1618?-1685; Adams . Tight margins along the gutter of the book. Some letters were cut off. Call number. Canon 5D. External-identifier.

Witt, Johan de, 1625-1672; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL; Court, Pieter de la, 1618?-1685; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner. Netherlands - Politics and government Early works to 1800, Netherlands - Economic conditions Early works to 1800, Netherlands - Foreign relations Early works to 1800. Publisher Quincy, Mass.



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