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Loans warranted by the Excess of Capital
Farmers cannot obtain Capital for themselves
Prosperous Trades create their own new Capital
CHAP. V.-LOANS FOR COLONIZATION AND EMIGRATION.
Principle of Loans applies to other Cases
Misdirection of Capital in 1845
Wakefield and Buller on Colonization
Colonization by the English Aristocracy
Effects of the new Gold in Australia
Probable Effects of Emigration
Importance of the Supply of Wool.
A Town Life the future Life of England.
Loans for Town Drainage and Water Supply
Socialist Tendencies in England
Reform in the Law of Partnership
Popular Belief respecting Profits
Workmen may become Capitalists
Partnership an Instrument of Social Improvement
Joint-Stock Undertakings by the Middle Classes
Moral Progress and Decay in Individuals
CHAP. III.-GROUNDS OF FEAR AND HOPE IN ENGLAND.
Evil Signs in England
Decline of Moral Courage in Statesmen
Permanent Seats in Parliament for Tried Men
Agreement of Comte and Carlyle
Practical Argument for Christianity
The Practical Argument not for Sects
Note A.-Nature of Money Capital-Mr. Hodgskin's Pamphlet
Note B.-The Quarterly Review on Accumulations of Capital .