"I am running away with an heiress, Jevons," said his lordship.
This was two decades before Gossen and a generation earlier than Menger and Jevons.
On the general question of the origin of priesthood see Jevons, Introduction, etc., ch.
"Take them away, Jevons," says Mr. Robert, smotherin' a sarcastic smile.
I'm afraid, Mr. Jevons, that Nature cares nothing for the individual.
Mr. Jevons next argues that taboo 'cannot have been derived from experience.
Jevons bowed with an air of respectful sympathy, and knew that his master was lying.
Jevons replies that this conception of religious forces is not primitive.
For primitive ideas about the colour red see Jevons, Introd.
As Jevons says: "A word with two distinct meanings is really two words."