Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 24

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F. Hunt, 1851 - Commerce
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France average price of wheat and bread m 622
Treaty of Friendship Commerce and Navigation between the United States and the King of
the gold of 251
Erection of Customhouses in the United Stales
Value mint of gold and silver coins
Deposits of American Gold at the Mint of the United Hlates and Branches from 1824 to 1850
Debt and Finances of Virginia September 1850
Scarcity of Silver Coin
Oil from poppy seed 647
Van Dieroansljind 633
Massachusetts Factories Products etc
u gold mining profits of 772
Fraudulent sales at auction 520
Miami and Erie Canal shipments
Canal tolls in New York 1851 642
Two f iirhthouses on the Coast of Maine
Cincinnati price of hot?s In 622
Philosophy of advertizing 394
Coinage of gold and silver at Rio Janeiro 497
Percelain buttons manufacture of
Commercial decision important 582
French Mint director of on gold question 250
Imports Exports Consumption nnd Tonnage of the United States from 1881 to 1850 412
Value of and Duties on Imports inlo United States from 1844 to 1850
Arrival of Vessels at the Port of New York in 1850
Portland foreign Commerce of 361
Synopsis of the new Tariff of Cuba
Postage pamphlet to California 90
Import of the Precious Metals at Southampton
State debt of Indiana
Character of an American BankerA It Johnson of Ulica
The Patent Fog Screamer and Ventilator
Virginia discovery of plumbago iu 121
New Fur Fabric Dubuque Morblc Stoppage of Factories in the New England States
Noiices of Thirtynine New Books or New Editions 207272

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