Table of contents for British empiricism and early political economy : Gregory King's 1696 estimates of national wealth and population / John A. Taylor.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Preliminary Remarks
Chapter 2. Mathematical Probability and Demographic Prediction
Chapter 3. Gregory King: Man of Projects
Chapter 4. British Empiricism and Shop Arithmetic
Chapter 5. Higher Mathematics and Seventeenth-Century Political Economy
Chapter 6. Shop Arithmetic, Conversation, and Projects
Chapter 7. Queen Anne's Bounty
Chapter 8. Gregory King's Methods of Calculation
Chapter 9. What Was Political Arithmetic, Really?
Chapter 10. George Chalmers and the Stagnation of Political Arithmetic
Chapter 11. Wobbles and Perturbations
Appendices: Reprinted Documents by or about Gregory King
Appendix 1. King's Autobiography
Appendix 2. King on the Naval Trade of England
Appendix 3. King's Natural and Political Observations 1696
Appendix 4. King's Letter about Queen Anne's Bounty
Appendix 5. The Life of Gregory King by George Chalmers
Notes
Selected Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

England -- Population -- History -- 17th century.
Wealth -- England -- History -- 17th century.
Demography -- England -- History -- 17th century.
King, Gregory, 1648-1712.