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1. 1 From this and later correspondence it is clear that, much as Smith himself had facilitated the renewal of copyright in Theory of Moral Sentiments in 1790 by the extensive additions he made to the sixth edition, Malthus had been involved in discussions with Cadell and Davies concerning his editing Wealth of Nations to similar effect. Malthus implies above that Playfair had ‘offered’ an edition to Smith’s publishers, but it seems altogether too much of a coincidence that the Playfair edition originated in a purely unsolicited approach, given that the complete work, with supplementary chapters, appeared within the year.
His ‘Editor’s Preface’ emphasises the progress made by the science of political economy since 1784, the date of the last revisions made by Smith to the Wealth of Nations, while the French Revolution and the growth of manufacturing in Britain had likewise altered the issues to which political economy had been addressed. What, then, could one learn from Smith? Still, however, the great and leading merits of Dr Smith’s work continue unimpaired. 1 This new edition would therefore provide brief annotations and supplementary notes which would alert the reader to the fallacy of some of Smith’s principles, and indicate the progress of political economy, together with that of commercial and financial legislation.
6 The ten Dublin booksellers were W[illiam] Colles, R[ichard] Moncrieffe, G[eorge] Burnet, W[illiam] Wilson, C[aleb] Jenkin, L[uke] White, H[enry] Whitestone, P[atrick] Byrne, J[ohn] Cash, and W[illiam] M’Kenzie. fm Page 25 Monday, September 9, 2002 2:39 PM EARLY EDITIONS OF ADAM SMITH 25 by placing more than forty lines and well over four hundred words on each page, while closely copying the third London edition in content (including the style of designating the author on the title page). This was followed in 1793 by a similarly formatted ‘fifth edition’, so-called even though a fifth and a sixth edition had appeared in London since the last Irish edition.