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A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting the Origin ... - Page 36
by James Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - 1864
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Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States...[1790-1828].

United States. Dept. of the Treasury - Architecture - 1828
...the United States. Ships are no where built in greater perfection, and cabinet wares generally, are made little if at all inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such a» to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty, of the several kinds...
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Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States ..., Volume 1

United States. Dept. of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1837
...the United States. Ships nrc nowhere built in greater perfection : and cabinet wares, generally, are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such, as to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty of the several kinds...
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The works of Alexander Hamilton: comprising his correspondence ..., Volume 3

Alexander Hamilton, John Church Hamilton - Biography & Autobiography - 1850
...the United States. Ships are nowhere built in greater perfection, and cabinet wares generally, are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such as to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty, of the several kinds...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Miscellanies, 1789-1795: France; Duties on ...

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1850
...the United States. Ships are nowhere built in greater perfection, and cabinet wares generally, are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such as to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty, of ,the several kinds...
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A History of American Manufactures, from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting ..., Volume 2

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Industries - 1864
...home production, and premiums for opening new mines, if 36 COAL — WOOD — SKINS — GRAIN. [1791 thought necessary or useful, were warranted by the...manufactories were of greater importance. They were recommeuded by their influence on agriculture in promoting the raising of cattle. In the principal...
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A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860 ..., Volume 2

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Industries - 1868
...flourished in the United States. Ships were nowhere built in greater perfection, and cabinet- wares, generally, were made little, if at all inferior, to those of Europe. Their extent was^ such as to hare admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty of all woods used in manufactures,...
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State Papers and Speeches on the Tariff: With an Introduction by F.W. Taussig

Tariff - 1892 - 385 pages
...in the United States. Ships are nowhere built in greater perfection, and cabinet wares generally are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such as to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty of the several kinds...
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State Papers and Speeches on the Tariff

Alexander Hamilton, Albert Gallatin, Robert John Walker, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster - Economic history - 1893 - 385 pages
...in the United States. Ships are nowhere built in greater perfection, and cabinet wares generally are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such as to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty of the several kinds...
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Report on Manufactures: Communication to the House of Representatives Dec. 5 ...

United States. Dept. of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton - Manufactures - 1913 - 62 pages
...and cabinet wares generally are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Tneir extent is such as to have admitted of considerable exportation. An exemption from duty of the several kinds of wood ordinarily• used in these manufactures seems to be all that is requisite...
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Readings in the Economic History of the United States

Ernest Ludlow Bogart, Charles Manfred Thompson - Economics - 1916 - 862 pages
...in the United States. Ships are nowhere built in greater perfection, and cabinet wares generally are made little, if at all, inferior to those of Europe. Their extent is such as to have admitted of considerable exportation. . . • SKINS ture, by promoting the raising...
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