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Get this from a library! Two speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M.P., on emigration and the colonies: in the House of Commons, March 1 and Ap [Robert Torrens, Sir]. not yet hopelessly, by the course of action pursued by the Secretary of State for the Colonies. He was anxious to guard against being misunderstood on this point. He fully recognized the great abilities of the noble Lord the Secretary for the Colonies. Two Speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M. P., on Emigration, and the Colonies: In the House of Commons, March 1, and Ap by Robert Torrens avg rating — . Two speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M.P., on emigration, and the colonies: in the House of Commons, March 1 and Ap Torrens, Robert Sir [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.
Two speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M.P., on emigration, and the colonies: in the House of Commons, March 1 and Ap Author: Sir Robert Torrens. Two speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M.P., on emigration and the colonies [electronic resource]: in the House of Commons, March 1 and Ap By Sir Robert TorrensAuthor: #N# Sir Robert Torrens. Substance of a speech delivered by Colonel Torrens in the House of Commons, 15th February , on the motion of Sir Robert Wilmot Horton, Bart. for the re-appointment of a select committee on emigration from the United Kingdom. Two speeches of Robert R. Torrens, Esq., M.P., on emigration and the colonies. Torrens, Robert Born in Ireland; died , in London. British political economist. Member of the Royal Society (). In his works, dealing primarily with trade and the circulation of money, Torrens departed from D. Ricardo’s labor theory of value in favor of the vulgar economists’ conception of production costs. He held that the.
Select Bibliography. F. H. Hitchins, The Colonial Land and Emigration Commission (Philadelphia, ) D. Pike, Paradise of Dissent (Melb, ) L Robbins, Robert Torrens and the Evolution of Classical Economics (Lond, ) S. A. Meenai, ‘Robert Torrens, ’, Economica, , pp F. W. Fetter, ‘Robert Torrens: Colonel of . Sir Robert Richard Torrens (), public servant, politician and land titles law reformer, was born in Cork, Ireland, son of Colonel Robert Torrens and his first wife Charity Herbert, née Chute. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin (B.A., ), in he became a landing waiter in the Port of London. Full text of "Scots and Scots' descendants in America" See other formats. R Torrens, Speeches of Robert R Torrens, Esq explanatory of his measure for Reform of the Law of Real Property: to which is appended copy of the bill passed by the House of Assembly of South Australia (); R Torrens, An Essay on the Transfer of Land by Registration under the duplicate method operative in British Colonies () Cassell.