A FARMER, an Artisan
, and a Labourer went to the King of their country and complained that they were compelled to support a large standing army of mere consumers, who did nothing for their keep.
Inhabitants of the city and villages, and you, workingmen and artisans
, to whatever nation you belong, you are called on to carry out the paternal intentions of His Majesty the Emperor and King and to co-operate with him for the public welfare
Then more husbandmen and more artisans will be required?
Suppose now that a husbandman, or an artisan, brings some production to market, and he comes at a time when there is no one to exchange with him,--is he to leave his calling and sit idle in the market-place?
for the artisans
are not, nor the multitude of those who are employed in inferior offices.
Young File was the workman-like footman; Old File was his father; Mill and Screw were the two sinister artisans
It is true, indeed, as regards the experiments which may conduce to this end, that one man is not equal to the task of making them all; but yet he can advantageously avail himself, in this work, of no hands besides his own, unless those of artisans, or parties of the same kind, whom he could pay, and whom the hope of gain (a means of great efficacy) might stimulate to accuracy in the performance of what was prescribed to them.
Though artisans may not be able at once to execute the invention which is explained in the "Dioptrics," I do not think that any one on that account is entitled to condemn it; for since address and practice are required in order so to make and adjust the machines described by me as not to overlook the smallest particular, I should not be less astonished if they succeeded on the first attempt than if a person were in one day to become an accomplished performer on the guitar, by merely having excellent sheets of music set up before him.
For, after a long series of military successes, or diligent and skilful labours, it is generally found that the more intelligent among the Artisan
and Soldier classes manifest a slight increase of their third side or base, and a shrinkage of the two other sides.
In some dingy corner, perhaps, in some damp kennel which is supposed to be a room, an artisan
has just awakened from sleep.
He was a man who rather prided himself upon neglecting his appearance, and, so far as the cut and pattern of his clothes went, he usually suggested the artisan
out for a holiday.
Exhibitions were being arranged to create linkages among local artisans
and the international buyers for the promotion of local arts and crafts and achieving sustainability and livelihood of Artisans
, said an official of Potohar Organization of Development Advocacy (PODA).
An official of Potohar Organization of Development Advocacy (PODA) said: 'Exhibitions have been arranged to ensure links among local artisans
and the international buyers for promotion of local arts and crafts, besides achieving sustainability and livelihood for artisans
,' She said this will create livelihood opportunities for the local artisans
, thus improving their quality of life.
Don Furlong, secretary of the Northern Artisans
, has heard the familiar jibe that it seems to belong to feudal times.
In contrast to the more cosmopolitan and abstract autobiographies of the elites, those by artisans
were more concrete and empirical; they emphasized local events and relied on kinship networks.