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The Resource A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, for the year 1810., Digested and prepared by Tench Coxe. Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, Jr., 1814

A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, for the year 1810., Digested and prepared by Tench Coxe. Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, Jr., 1814

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A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, for the year 1810.
Title
A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, for the year 1810.
Statement of responsibility
Digested and prepared by Tench Coxe. Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, Jr., 1814
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Dewey number
  • 338/.0973 s
  • 338/.0973
Index
index present
LC call number
  • HC105
  • HD9724
LC item number
.A66 vol. 2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
statistics
Series statement
American industry and manufactures in the 19th century
Series volume
v. 2
Label
A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, for the year 1810., Digested and prepared by Tench Coxe. Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, Jr., 1814
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Publication
Note
  • An uncut copy in grey board covers. Written on fly-leaf, "Robt Toland 1818."
  • Albert Callatin, secretary of the Treasury
  • Transmitted to William Jones, esq., acting secretary of the Treasury, by Tench Coxe, June 21, 1813; transmitted by the acting secretary of the Treasury to the President, James Madison, Jan, 13, 1814 "in pursuance of the resolution of Congress, of the 19th of March, 1812, directing the secretary of the Treasury to employ a person to digest, and reduce to such form as shall be most conducive to the interests of the United States, a statement of the number, nature, extent, situation, and value of the arts anf manufactures of the United States, &c."; transmitted by the President to the Senate, Jan. 15, 1814: and laid before the House Jan. 17, 1814. cf. Journals of the Senate and of the House, of even dates: also, American state papers. [Finance, v. 2] Washington, Gales and Seaton, 1832, no. 407, p. 666-812 (including the letters of transmittal and a print of the document, with title, "Digest of manufactures")
  • On verso of t.p. is notice of copyright in the District of Pennsylvania, by Adam Cornman, Jr., June 23, 1814, also "Notice to the readers."
  • Added t.p. (without imprint) A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, exhibiting I. A collection of facts, evincing their benefactions to agriculture, commerce, navigation and the fisheries and their subserviency to the public defence, with an indication of certain existing modes of conducting them, peculiarly important to the United States: II. A collection of additional facts, tending to show the practical foundation, actual progress, condition and establishment of the American arts and manufactures, and their connexion with the wealth and strength of the United States. Together with one series of tables of the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them by states territories and districts, so far as they were returned in the reports of the marshals and the secretaries of the territories, and their respective assistants, in the autumn of the year 1810; together with similar returns of certain doubtful goods, productions of the soil, and agricultural stock, so far as they have been reported: and another series of tables of the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them in every county in the union, so far as they were returned in the reports of the marshals, and of the secretaries of the territories and their respective assistants, in the autumn of the year 1810: which tables were prepared in execution of an instruction of Albert Gailatin, esquire, secretary of the Treasury, given by him in obedience to a
  • The tables have title, "Tabular statements of the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them I. By states, territories and districts, II. By counties, cities, and towns ... Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, junr. 1813." Each part has also special t.p. (without imprint) beginning, "A series of tables." In pt. II of the tables (pt. IV of the whole work) p. 44 is incorrectly numbered "(49)" and a leaf, unnumbered, the recto blank, which belongs before p. 45, is inserted before p. 49 (sig. N)
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
lxiv, 169 p.
Lccn
73164438 //r862
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
"This is an exact photograhic facsimile of the edition 295 numbered copies have been printed by The Luther M. Cornwall Company of New York City. This copy number 456."
System control number
  • (DLC) 73164438 //r862
  • (RLIN)UTBGRLA90278-B
  • Reclass
  • (OCoLC)ocn370447144
Label
A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, for the year 1810., Digested and prepared by Tench Coxe. Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, Jr., 1814
Publication
Note
  • An uncut copy in grey board covers. Written on fly-leaf, "Robt Toland 1818."
  • Albert Callatin, secretary of the Treasury
  • Transmitted to William Jones, esq., acting secretary of the Treasury, by Tench Coxe, June 21, 1813; transmitted by the acting secretary of the Treasury to the President, James Madison, Jan, 13, 1814 "in pursuance of the resolution of Congress, of the 19th of March, 1812, directing the secretary of the Treasury to employ a person to digest, and reduce to such form as shall be most conducive to the interests of the United States, a statement of the number, nature, extent, situation, and value of the arts anf manufactures of the United States, &c."; transmitted by the President to the Senate, Jan. 15, 1814: and laid before the House Jan. 17, 1814. cf. Journals of the Senate and of the House, of even dates: also, American state papers. [Finance, v. 2] Washington, Gales and Seaton, 1832, no. 407, p. 666-812 (including the letters of transmittal and a print of the document, with title, "Digest of manufactures")
  • On verso of t.p. is notice of copyright in the District of Pennsylvania, by Adam Cornman, Jr., June 23, 1814, also "Notice to the readers."
  • Added t.p. (without imprint) A statement of the arts and manufactures of the United States of America, exhibiting I. A collection of facts, evincing their benefactions to agriculture, commerce, navigation and the fisheries and their subserviency to the public defence, with an indication of certain existing modes of conducting them, peculiarly important to the United States: II. A collection of additional facts, tending to show the practical foundation, actual progress, condition and establishment of the American arts and manufactures, and their connexion with the wealth and strength of the United States. Together with one series of tables of the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them by states territories and districts, so far as they were returned in the reports of the marshals and the secretaries of the territories, and their respective assistants, in the autumn of the year 1810; together with similar returns of certain doubtful goods, productions of the soil, and agricultural stock, so far as they have been reported: and another series of tables of the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them in every county in the union, so far as they were returned in the reports of the marshals, and of the secretaries of the territories and their respective assistants, in the autumn of the year 1810: which tables were prepared in execution of an instruction of Albert Gailatin, esquire, secretary of the Treasury, given by him in obedience to a
  • The tables have title, "Tabular statements of the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them I. By states, territories and districts, II. By counties, cities, and towns ... Philadelphia, Printed by A. Cornman, junr. 1813." Each part has also special t.p. (without imprint) beginning, "A series of tables." In pt. II of the tables (pt. IV of the whole work) p. 44 is incorrectly numbered "(49)" and a leaf, unnumbered, the recto blank, which belongs before p. 45, is inserted before p. 49 (sig. N)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
lxiv, 169 p.
Lccn
73164438 //r862
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
"This is an exact photograhic facsimile of the edition 295 numbered copies have been printed by The Luther M. Cornwall Company of New York City. This copy number 456."
System control number
  • (DLC) 73164438 //r862
  • (RLIN)UTBGRLA90278-B
  • Reclass
  • (OCoLC)ocn370447144

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