Address of the Friends of Domestic Industry, Assembled in Convention, at New-York, October 26, 1831, to The People of the United States [and other documents]
[214 pp. total] Address, 44 pp., includes names and state of residence of officers and delegates. Other documents, containing many statistics and other details and with the name(s) of committee members or chairmen, are: Reports of Committees: On the Product and Manufacture of Iron and Steel, with Supplement, Appendixes, Statements, and Recapitulation, pp. 1-32. Frauds on the Revenue, pp. 32-38. Manufacture of Hats, pp. 39, 40. On the Manufacture of Salt, pp. 41-48. Report on the Currency, pp. 49-63. Report on Sugar and Molasses, pp. 65-74. Report on Foreign Tariffs, pp. 75-77. Report on Wool and Woollens, pp. 79, 80. Coasting Trade and Internal Commerce, pp. 81-96. Report on Chemistry, pp. 97-103. The Whale Fishery, pp. 103, 104. Report on Manufactures of Cotton, pp. 105-120. Report on Manufactures of Glass, pp. 121-128. Manufactures of Cabinet Ware, p. 128. Memorial of the New-York Convention, to the Congress of the United States, Presented March 26, 1832, and referred to the Committee on Manufactures, pp. 129-174. [A committee, composed of a member from each state-New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio-was named at the 1831 New-York Convention to prepare a memorial to the U.S. Congress, "enforcing the propriety of continuing the protection of our domestic industry-whatever reduction of duties may be expedient on articles not conflicting with that industry." The memorial was sent from Boston on March 19, 1832, to Andrew Stevenson, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Paper, cardboard cover, bound with string, front cover and front free endpaper loose, raggedly cut, soiled at edges, paper, foxed; paper is not brittle; a note on the cover states: "The little volume is stitched in the manner presented, because that several important reports, or statements, are yet expected.the additional material will be forwarded as published." "Mr. Taylor, [N.Y.?]," in bold handwriting on cover. Bookseller Inventory # 50504F
Title: Address of the Friends of Domestic Industry,...
Publisher: Baltimore: the convention, Nov. 10, 1831
Publication Date: 1832
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fair
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
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