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The Constitution and Finance of English, Scottish and Irish Joint-Stock Companies to 1720, by William Robert Scott; Companies for Foreign Trade, Colonization, Fishing and Mining.; Water Supply, Postal, Street-lighting, Manufacturing, Banking, Finance and Insurance Companies, also Statements Relating to the Crown Finances

The Constitution and Finance of English, Scottish and Irish Joint-Stock Companies to 1720, by... POLJTICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY [VoL. XXVII hand he appears to have reached for himself Grass's own conclusion, that it is unnecessary to seek any institutional parent for the merchant gild and better to regard it as the spontaneous expression of the con­ stant human tendency toward association. Some minor criticisms may finally be offered. It is rather late to be speaking of the Hunnish invasion as the cause of the foundation of Venice (page 7 8). It is perhaps not too much to ask for some indi­ cation of the date and character of the Russian chronicles upon which he bases his theory of the origin of the plague (page 2 2 4 ) . An ordi­ nance of Philip the Fair in 1321 (page 385) rather takes one's breath away, and the English sees of '' Rougham '' and '' Eeling '' do not immediately disclose their identity (page 401 ). Then borough eng­ lish scarcely " prevailed in every English county except Kent with its gavel kind" (page 403) ; and it is scarcely accurate to speak of the United States of America at the end of the seventeenth century (page 424, note), or to describe the regnal http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Political Science Quarterly Oxford University Press

The Constitution and Finance of English, Scottish and Irish Joint-Stock Companies to 1720, by William Robert Scott; Companies for Foreign Trade, Colonization, Fishing and Mining.; Water Supply, Postal, Street-lighting, Manufacturing, Banking, Finance and Insurance Companies, also Statements Relating to the Crown Finances

Political Science Quarterly , Volume 27 (2): 3 – Jun 15, 1912

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1912 The Academy of Political Science
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0032-3195
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1538-165X
DOI
10.2307/2141252
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POLJTICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY [VoL. XXVII hand he appears to have reached for himself Grass's own conclusion, that it is unnecessary to seek any institutional parent for the merchant gild and better to regard it as the spontaneous expression of the con­ stant human tendency toward association. Some minor criticisms may finally be offered. It is rather late to be speaking of the Hunnish invasion as the cause of the foundation of Venice (page 7 8). It is perhaps not too much to ask for some indi­ cation of the date and character of the Russian chronicles upon which he bases his theory of the origin of the plague (page 2 2 4 ) . An ordi­ nance of Philip the Fair in 1321 (page 385) rather takes one's breath away, and the English sees of '' Rougham '' and '' Eeling '' do not immediately disclose their identity (page 401 ). Then borough eng­ lish scarcely " prevailed in every English county except Kent with its gavel kind" (page 403) ; and it is scarcely accurate to speak of the United States of America at the end of the seventeenth century (page 424, note), or to describe the regnal

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Published: Jun 15, 1912

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