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Jeremy Bentham's economic writings by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC
  1 1 ???? ????
A fragment on government : being an examination of what is delivered, on the subject of government in general, in the introduction to William Blackstone's Commentaries by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  69 10 1776 1776
A view of the hard-labour bill : being an abstract of a pamphlet, intituled "Draught of a bill, to punish by imprisonment and hard-labour, certain offenders, and to establish proper places for their reception" by Bentham, Jeremy 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  15 1 1778 1778
A view of the hard-labour bill : being an abstract of a pamphlet, intituled, "Draught of a bill, to punish by imprisonment and hard-labour, certain offenders ; ..." Interspersed with observations ... By Jeremy Bentham . by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  79 13 1778 1778
Bentham's writings by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  1 1 1778 1778
A view of the Hard-labour bill; : being an abstract of a pamphlet, intituled "Draught of a bill, to punish by imprisonment and hard-labour, certain offenders; and to establish proper places for their reception." Interspersed with observations relative to the subject of the above draught in particular, and to penal jurisprudence in general by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  432 11 1778 1778
Rhyme and reason: or, a fresh stating of the arguments against an opening through the wall of Queen's Square, Westminster. By a knight. With the original arguments . by Knight
LCC
  188 13 1780 1780
Defence of usury : shewing the impolicy of the present legal restraints on the terms of pecuniary bargains : in a series of letters to a friend : to which is added, a Letter to Adam Smith ... on the discoragements opposed by the above restraints to the progress of inventive industry by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  112 4 1788 1788
Defence of usury; : shewing the impolicy of the present legal restraints on the terms of pecuniary bargains. In a series of letters to a friend. Tp which is added, a letter to Adam Smith ... on the discouragements opposed by the above restraints to the progress of inventive industry by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  1 1 1788 1788
An introduction to the principles of morals and legislation. Printed in the year 1780, and now first published. By Jeremy Bentham . by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  24 9 1789 1789
Defence of usury : Shewing the Impolicy of the Present Legal Restraints on the terms of Pecuniary Bargains : in a series of letters to a friend : to which is added, a letter to Adam Smith, Esq; LL.D. On the Discouragements opposed by the above Restraints to the Progress of Inventive industry by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  41 10 1787 1790
Miscellaneous tracts by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  1 1 1790 1790
Draught of a new plan for the organisation of the judicial establishment in France . by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  6 3 1790 1790
Defence of usury : shewing the impolicy of the present legal restraints on the terms of pecuniary bargains. In a series of letters to a friend. To which is added, a letter to Adam Smith, Esq ; LL. D. on the discouragements opposed by the above restraints to the progress of inventive industry. By Jeremy Bentham . by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  313 21 1787 1790
Apologie de l'usure, rédigée en forme de lettres addressées a un ami, l'auteur démontre le danger de gêner, par des loix, la liberté des conventions pécuniaires, ou prêts d'argent, et finit par une lettre au Docteur Smith, sur les obstacles que ces loix pénales opposent aux progrès l'industrie et de ses découvertes, traduit de l'anglois de M. Jérémy Bentham by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  142 5 1790 1790
Lettres sur la liberté du taux de l'intérét de l'argent ... traduites de l'anglois [by E. Delessert] by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  4 3 1790 1790
Defence of usury: : shewing the impolicy of the present legal restraints on the terms of pecuniary bargains. In a series of letters to a friend. To which is added, a letter to Adam Smith, Esq; LL.D. on the discouragements opposed by the above restraints to the progress of inventive industry. By Jeremy Bentham, of Lincoln's Inn, Esq by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  186 12 1787 1790
Outline of the plan of construction of a panopticon penitentiary house by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
DDC/LCC
  140 5 1790 1790
Panopticon: postscript : part II: containing a plan of management for a panopticon penitentiary-house. By Jeremy Bentham . by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  3 2 1791 1791
Panopticon: Postscript; Part I: containing further particulars and alterations relative to the plan of construction originally proposed; principally adapted to the purpose of a panopticon penitentiary-house. By Jeremt Bentham by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  2 1 1791 1791
Panopticon, or, The inspection-house: containing the idea of a new principle of construction applicable to any sort of establishment, in which persons of any description are to be kept under inspection: and in particular to penitentiary-houses, prisons, houses of industry ... and schools: with a plan of management adapted to the principle: in a series of letters, written in the year 1787 . by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  1 1 1791 1791
Panopticon: postscript; Part II: containing a plan of management for a panopticon penitentiary-house by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  1 1 1791 1791
Panopticon; or, the inspection-house: containing the idea of a new principle of construction applicable to any sort of establishment, in which persons of any description are to be kept under inspection: and in particular to penitentiary-houses, prisons ... in a series of letters, written in the year 1787 ... By Jeremy Bentham by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  1 1 1791 1791
Panopticon; or, the inspection-house: containing the idea of a new principle of construction applicable to any sort of establishment, in which persons of any description are to be kept under inspection: and in particular to penitentiary-houses, prisons by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  2 2 1791 1791
Panopticon; or, The inspection-house: : containing the idea of a new principle of construction applicable to any sort of establishment, in which persons of any description are to be kept under inspection: and in particular to penitentiary-houses, prisons, houses of industry, work-houses, poor-houses, manufactories, mad-houses, lazarettos, hospitals, and schools: with a plan of management adapted to the principle: in a series of letters written in the year 1787, from Crecheff in White Russia, to a friend in England by Bentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832
LCC
  6 5 1791 1791
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