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" It will be seen, therefore, that while we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of the first and third qualities of raw cotton, we need and can consume an almost unlimited supply of the second quality. In this fact lies our real... "
The Technologist. Ed. by P.L. Simmonds - Page 252
edited by - 1865
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Southern wealth and northern profits, as exhibited in statistical facts and ...

Thomas Prentice Kettell - Slavery - 1860 - 173 pages
...cheapness is its great recommendation. " It will be seen, therefore, that while we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of...hitherto produced the second and most necessary kind. *>' 1. The finest long cotton in the world is called the ' Sea Island.' It is grown on the low-lying...
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Southern Wealth and Northern Profits: As Exhibited in Statistical Facts and ...

Thomas Prentice Kettell - Slavery - 1860 - 173 pages
...cheapness is its great recommendation. " It will be seen, therefore, that while we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of...hitherto produced the second and most necessary kind. "1. The finest long cotton in the world is called the 'Sea Island.' It is grown on the low-lying lands...
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Southern Wealth And Northern Profits, As Exhibited In Statistical Facts And ...

Thomas Prentice Kettell - 1860
...cheapness is its great recommendation. " It will be seen, therefore, that while we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of...hitherto produced the second and most necessary kind. " 1. The finest long cotton in the world is called the ' Sea Island.' It is grown on the low-lying...
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SOUTHERN WEALTH AND NORTHERN PROFITS, AS EXHIBITED IN STATISTICAL FACTS AND ...

THOMAS PRENTICE KETTELL - 1860
...cheapness is its great recommendation. " It will be seen, therefore., that while we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of the first and third qualities of raw cotton, WQ need and can consume an almost unlimited supply of the second quality. In this fact lies our real...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 45

Business & Economics - 1861
...will be seen, therefore, that while we require, for the purposes of our manufacture, a limited supply of the first and third qualities of raw cotton, we...consume, an almost unlimited supply of the second quality — American Uplands. In this fact lies our real difficulty, for, while several quarters of the world...
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The cotton trade: its bearing upon the prosperity of Great Britain and ...

George McHenry - Confederate States of America - 1863 - 292 pages
...cheapness its great recommendation. ' It will be seen, therefore, that while we require for the pur' poses of our manufacture a limited quantity of the first...supply the first sort, and India could supply enormous quauti' ties of the third sort, the United States of America alone have * hitherto produced the second...
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The cotton trade: its bearing upon the prosperity of Great Britain and ...

George McHenry - Confederate States of America - 1863 - 292 pages
...proportions. But its colour is usually good, ' and its comparative cheapness its great recommendation. ' lies our real difficulty ; for, while several quarters...supply the first sort, and India could supply enormous quanti' ties of the third sort, the United States of America alone have ' hitherto produced the second...
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Eighty Year's Progress of the United States...

Charles Louis Flint, Charles Francis McCay, Henry Youle Hind, Thomas Prentice Ketteil, Thomas C. Keefer - Industries - 1864 - 114 pages
...we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of the sea island and short-staple qualities of raw cotton, we need and can consume an almost unlimited supply of the medium-staple,orllmted States quality. In this fact lies our real difficulty ; for while several quarters...
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ONE HUNDRED YEARS ' PROGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES:

1870
...we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of the sea island and short-staple qualities of raw cotton, we need and can consume an almost unlimited supply of the medium-staple, orUnited States quality. In this fact lies our real difficulty ; for while several quarters...
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One hundred years' progress of the United States ...: With an appendix ...

Charles Louis Flint, Charles Francis McCay, John Clark Merriam, Thomas Prentice Kettell, Linus Pierpont Brockett - Business & Economics - 1871 - 546 pages
...we require for the purposes of our manufacture a limited quantity of the sea island and short-staple qualities of raw cotton, we need and can consume an almost unlimited supply of the medium-staple,ortlnited States quality. In this fact lies our real difficulty ; for while several quarters...
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