Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 26

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Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana
Freeman Hunt, 1852 - Commerce
 

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Contents

PAOR
600
Merchant vessels British law
604
Georgia State debt
606
Condition of the banks of Detroit Michigan December 26 1851
608
Cities and towns of U S population of 633 Curacoa lighthouse on island
609
Anthracite Coal trade
610
Financial statistics of Louisiana from 1830 to 1851
614
statistics of manufactures of 120 Youghal LightIlouse S C of Ireland 371
615
Value of domestic exports of United States to each foreign country 185051
621
Great Britain revenue
623
Aqueduct Croton finances
626
Value of imports into United States from each foreign country in 185051
627
Population of cities and towns in the United States and rates of increase in 1830 to 1850
634
Railroad speed forty miles an hour Consumption of oil on railroads in Massachusetts
641
Falsepacked cotton
647
Circle quadrature of
649
Cliff Copper Mine of Lake Superior 613 Currency national
656
Cloth measuring machine
673
Baltimore tobacco trade
694
Merchants Magazine those who write for 266
727
Banks and savings banks of Rhode Island
733
Mint law of New York Finances of New Jersey in 1852
741
Coal Cannel of Kenawha Valley
743
96
744
Tonnage of the several districts of the United States June 30th 1851
747
History and statistics of fisheries of U 8 20 Llobregat lighthouse
748
Coasting trade American
750
Cost of railroads in the State of New York
753
Loss of life and property on the lakes Cost of five railroads in Massachusetts from 1838 to 51
759
Hogs packed in the Western States
760
Merchandise transportation
762
The new Spanish tariff
765
Quartz mining in California Manufacture of spirits in Scotland
771
Mints business at the United States
775
An enterprising woman in California Honesty in buying and selling
777
Holyhead new harbor works
784
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Page 763 - ... shall deem proper, under the penalty of forfeiting the shares of stock subscribed for, and all previous payments made thereon, if payment shall not be made by the stockholders...
Page 449 - As the colony increases, the profits of stock gradually diminish. When the most fertile and best situated lands have been all occupied, less profit can be made by the cultivation of what is inferior both in soil and situation, and less interest can be afforded for the stock which is so employed.
Page 28 - It is agreed that the people of the United States shall continue to enjoy unmolested the right to take fish of every kind on the Grand Bank and on all the other banks of Newfoundland ; also in the Gulf of St.
Page 26 - And the United States hereby renounce forever, any liberty heretofore enjoyed or claimed by the inhabitants thereof, to take, dry, or cure fish on, or within three marine miles of any of the coasts, bays, creeks, or harbours of His Britannic Majesty's dominions in America...
Page 135 - Keep good company, or none. Never be idle; if your hands cannot be usefully employed, attend to the cultivation of your mind. Always speak the truth. Make few promises. Live up to your engagements. Keep your own secrets, if you have any. When you speak to a person, look him in the face.
Page 328 - Courts of Common Pleas, Courts of Probate, justices of the peace, and such other courts inferior to the Supreme Court, as the General Assembly may, from time to time, establish.
Page 42 - A plentiful subsistence increases the bodily strength of the labourer, and the comfortable hope of bettering his condition and of ending his days, perhaps, in ease and plenty animates him to exert that strength to the utmost. Where wages are high, accordingly, we shall always find the workmen more active, diligent, and expeditious than where they are low ; in England, for example, than in Scotland ; in the neighbourhood of great towns, than in remote country places.
Page 100 - Society for the Relief of Distressed and Decayed Pilots, their Widows and Children, has any legitimate tendency to impress on it the character of a revenue law.
Page 763 - ... stock shall consist, the number of directors, and their names, who shall manage the concerns of said company for the first year, and the name of the town and county in which the operations of the said company are to be carried on.
Page 376 - ... proper and necessary for diseases and accidents incident to sea voyages, and for the...

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