Instituiçoens de Economia Politica.
Lisbon, Imprensa Nacional, 1834.
8vo. xxxix, (1 blank), 344 pp. Later quarter calf. Occasional very faint discolouration.
The author laments the failure in Portugal and Brazil to study economics which he considers essential for a nation’s good governance, and sets out his interpretation of a market economy. The work was written whilst the author was living in exile in London, and is dedicated, on his return to Portugal, to D. Pedro, Duke of Braganza, the future D. Pedro IV.
Innocêncio IV, 330. Not in Goldsmiths’ Cat.