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" Congress, for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies" (Journal of the House, I, 141-42). "
Quarter of a Millennium: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1731-1981: A ... - Page 308
by Edwin Wolf 2nd, Marie Elena Korey
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Alexander Hamilton and the Growth of the New Nation

John Chester Miller - Biography & Autobiography - 1964 - 659 pages
...1791. In January, 1791, the House of Representatives requested the Secretary of the Treasury to prepare a plan "for the encouragement and promotion of such...independent of other nations for essentials, particularly for military supplies." As was his settled habit, Hamilton gave the broadest possible interpretation...
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Essays in the Earlier History of American Corporations

Joseph Stancliffe Davis - Business & Economics - 2013 - 547 pages
...to this House, a proper plan or plans, ... for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for military supplies." 2 Hamilton interpreted this request in its broadest...
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Essays Designed to Elucidate the Science of Political Economy, While Serving ...

Horace Greeley - Economics - 1869 - 384 pages
...in his speech to both Houses of Congress, for the encouragement and promotion of such manufactories as will tend to render the United States independent of other nations for essential, particularly for Military, supplies." The Secretary thus appealed to was ALEXANDER HAMILTON,...
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