Vanderlint, J (d. 1740)
Publications Books: 1. Money Answers All Things (1734).
Career English pamphleteer whose one important work was often metioned favourably during the nineteenth century because it argued for free trade. He called for the cultivation of more land to increase the amounts of food available and to reduce its price, which in turn would give the country a competitive advantage in foreign trade.
Secondary Literature J. F. Rees, `Vanderlint, Jacob', Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences , E. R. A. Seligman and A. J. Johnson (eds) (Macmillan, 1930-5, vol. 15.


Money Answers all Things: or, an Essay to Make Money Sufficiently plentiful Amongst all Ranks of People, And Increase our Foreign and Domestick Trade; Fill the Empty Houses with Inhabitants, Encourage the Marriage State, Lessen the Number of Hawkers and Pedlars, and In a great measure, prevent giving long Credit, and making bad Debts in Trade. Likewise shewing, The Absurdity of going to War about Trade; and the most likely Method to prevent the Clandestine Exportation of our Wool: And Also to Reduce the National Debts, and ease the Taxes (1734) (socsci.mcmaster.ca)
Money Answers all Things: or, an Essay to Make Money Sufficiently plentiful Amongst all Ranks of People, And Increase our Foreign and Domestick Trade; Fill the Empty Houses with Inhabitants, Encourage the Marriage State, Lessen the Number of Hawkers and Pedlars, and In a great measure, prevent giving long Credit, and making bad Debts in Trade. Likewise shewing, The Absurdity of going to War about Trade; and the most likely Method to prevent the Clandestine Exportation of our Wool: And Also to Reduce the National Debts, and ease the Taxes (1734) (ecn.bris.ac.uk)
Money Answers all Things: or, an Essay to Make Money Sufficiently plentiful Amongst all Ranks of People, And Increase our Foreign and Domestick Trade; Fill the Empty Houses with Inhabitants, Encourage the Marriage State, Lessen the Number of Hawkers and Pedlars, and In a great measure, prevent giving long Credit, and making bad Debts in Trade. Likewise shewing, The Absurdity of going to War about Trade; and the most likely Method to prevent the Clandestine Exportation of our Wool: And Also to Reduce the National Debts, and ease the Taxes (1734) (unimelb.edu.au)


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