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New Ideas on Population: With Remarks on the Theories of Malthus and Godwin, to Which is Prefixed a New Preface Containing A Brief Examination of the Opinions of the MM Say and Sismondi on the Same Subject
1826 - Boston: Cummings, Hilliard and Company, 1826 [1823] 8vo, xxii, 125 p., original boards with paper label on front board. Second edition of this scarce and important economic treatise, a response to the ideas espoused by Malthus in his Essays on the Principles of Population (1798-1826). Everett (1792-1947) was a learned Bostonian and brother of Edward Everett. He served in turn as envoy to the Qing Empire, was for a time Special Diplomat to Cuba, and was Minister to Spain from 1825-1829. In 1809 he accompanied John Quincy Adams to Russia during which time he served as Adams' personal secretary. Front board hanging on by the proverbial thread, spine perished, heavy pencil marginalia and writing throughout by Harold Adams, whose name is on fep, beneath JHW Lorhey's. A shaken but still presentable copy of a scarce title. Goldsmith Kress 24891, Sabin 23233 (citing both 1823 and 1826 editions). [Attributes: First Edition]
      [Bookseller: Marc J Bartolucci]
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