Punch,  44 (1863), 79.

Political Economy (As Understood by Most of Our Politicians)



Notes, Drollery


Political Economy, Commerce, Politics

    A series of maxims describing ways in which one can lose money, including 'To buy in the dearest market, and to sell in the cheapest', and 'To increase your expenditure in proportion as your neighbour increases his'.

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