LABOR, EXCHANGE, AND POPULATION, 1607-1763
I. SCARCITY OF LABOR
A. High Wages in Pennsylvania, 1698. By Gabriel Thomas...
B. High Wages in New England, 1775. By the author of American
II. INDENTED SERVANTS
A. Servants and Slaves in America, 1748. By Peter Kalm.....
B. Work of a Servant in Virginia, 1656. By John Hammond.
C. Servants in Pennsylvania, 1775. By the author of American
III. SLAVE LABOR
A. The Slave Trade to Virginia, 1708. By Colonel E. Jenings.
B. Request of a Missionary for Slaves, 1716. By John Urmstone...
C. Objections to the Prohibition of Rum and Slaves in Georgia, 1738.
By Pai. Tailfer and others.
D. Answer of the Trustees, 1739. By the Trustees of the Colony of
E. Unprofitableness of Slavery, 1774. By Philip V. Fithian
I. COMMODITY MONEY
A. Commodity Money in North Carolina, 1749. By Governor Johnston
B. Tobacco Notes in Virginia, 1781. By the Marquis de Chastellux....
II. CREDIT MONEY
A. A Defence of Paper Money by a Colonial Governor, 1724. By
Governor W. Burnet.
B. The Land Bank and the Extension of the Bubble Act to the Colonies,
1741. By Governor Thomas Hutchinson...
C. The Necessity of Paper Money in the Colonies, 1764. By Thomas
III. RETAIL TRADE
Market at Philadelphia, 1748. By Peter Kalm..
I. GROWTH OF THE POPULATION
A. The Increase of Mankind, 1755. By Benjamin Franklin..
B. Population of the British American Colonies, 1752-1755. By the