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    Jean-Baptiste Say. A Treatise on Political Economy... Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1821. First American edition. From the James and Deborah Boyd Collection.

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    Jean-Baptiste Say. A Treatise on Political Economy, or the Production, Distribution, and Consumption of Wealth. Volume I and II. Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1821. First American edition, first printing. Bound as a single octavo volume. lxxv, 332; v, 311 pages. Contemporary leather with rubbing and wear. Rear joint cracked and front joint reinforced. Title page of Volume I with upper corner crudely lacking. Pages mildly toned with occasional small tears to edges. Very good.

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