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Report from His Majesty's Commissioners for Inquiring into the Administration and Practical Operation of the Poor Laws.
1834
 

Proceedings [of the] Iron Convention, Held at Pittsburgh, November 21-23, 1849. [Wrapper title.]
1849
 

The Objects, Principles and Regulations of the...
1846
 

"The Rich Men of Philadelphia," Income Tax of the Residents of Philadelphia. Income of 1865 and 1866...
1867
 

A Table of Simple Interest at 6 per cent. for any Sum, from one Day to a Year, calculated to a Farthing. Haverhill, [Mass.], July 10, 1765. [Caption title]. Broadside, 18" x 22".
1765
 

Memorial of Sundry Artisans and Manufacturers of the City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania. 9th December, 1803. Referred to the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures.
1803
 

An Authentic Account of the Value of Property Destroyed by the Great Fire in Fall River, July 2, 1843.
1844
 

Statistics of Cotton Manufactures in New England, 1866 [-1871]. Nos. 1, 2, 4, 8-10.
1866
 

A List of Persons Assessed in the Town Tax of Forty Thousand Dollars, Voted by the Freemen of Providence, June 1827. With the Amount of the Valuation and Tax of Each.
1827
 

An Abstract of the Evidence Lately Taken in the House of Commons... Respecting the Present State of the Commerce and Manufactures of the Country.
1812
 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Farmers’ Mutual Fire Insurance Association, of Fulton and Montgomery Counties [N.Y.] [and] Articles of Association of the Farmers’ Mutual Fire Insurance Co…. Together, 2 pieces printed on a single sheet of paper folded to form two leaves, printed on pages [1] and [3], with both versos blank. Both documents 12” x 8." Old folds (a few tiny separations), widespread brown waterstains, but entirely sound (and easily restored).
1856
 

Record of Shipping Trade Between New York and Boston Merchants and Haiti. June 10, 1859 to 1863, plus a few for 1865 and 1867. 250 pp. Oblong 4to. Ledger. Ink. Very legible. Contemp. marbled paper covers, calf spine & corners. Lined blue paper. Cover wear, tight.
1859
 

To the Mechanics, Artizans, and Labourers of London & Westminster. My Friends and Fellow Countrymen, The anxiety I feel for your welfare, induces me to offer you a word of advice:--“Beware of those who lie in wait to deceive.” Our violent political Orators, have again recourse to the old worn out subject of a Reform in Parliament…. [Caption title and beginning of text.] Broadside, 15” x 10-3/8”, signed in type by “A Tradesman” at conclusion. Clean tear in margin at lower corner, triangular piece (1” a side) gone from center of left-hand margin with loss of first two characters from one line of text. Manuscript note, “taken in the street/8 Feby/17” in upper margin. Other than the flaws noted, a very good copy of an attractively printed piece.
1817
 

Statement of the amount due the Proprietors of the Washington Bridge [Providence, R.I.], estimating costs, expenditures and receipts according to the report of the committee…[Caption title]. Broadside, 27” x 9." Neatly folded in half, a couple of creases, edges a bit frayed at top and bottom, but overall about fine.
1838
 

Memorial of Merchants, Ship Owners, and Others, Against the Establishment by Congress, of Additional Lines of Steamships Under Government Contracts. [Wrapper title].
1852
 

Letter from a Farmer in the County of Rockingham to his Brother in the County of Merrimack, in New-Hampshire. [Caption title].
1832
 

Overseer of the Poor; Expenses to the Town of Newbury Port. April 20, 1786 to March 1, 1787. Signed paid in full by Mark Fitz, March 17, 1787. 6.25 x 16 inches. 2 pp. Browned, brown spots at previous seal. Legible ink.
1787
 

Articles of Agreement Between John Paine and Daniel Burgess of Hartford, Connecticut, and Backus W. Birge and John Laval of Philadelphia to Deliver State of Connecticut Lottery Tickets. March 7, 1831. Wax seals. Verso "this is the document alluded to by Joseph B. Gay in his examination as the paper marked B. (signed by) C. Ingersoll, Geo. W. Williams". 7.5 x 12.5 inches, 3 pp. Includes a half page receipt for two thousand dollars signed by B.W. Birge. May 9, 1831.
1831
 

ANON. Essays on the Spirit of Legislation, in the Encouragement of Agriculture, Population, Manufactures, and Commerce....
1800
 

ANON. (Hard Times: Printed in the Charleston Courier, Sept. 1857.) [Wrapper title; not present here].
1857
 

ANON. A Familiar View, of the Operation and Tendency of Usury Laws; Extracted from the Correspondence of a Gentleman of New York, with His Son: Being a Reply in part, to the essay of a "Rhode Islander," Published in the New-York Daily Express, of Dec. 1836.
1837
 

ANON. Hints About Men’s Dress. Right Principles Economically Applied. By a New York Club Man.
1888
 

ANON. An Address to the Farmers of Rhode-Island, on the Subject of the General Election of Officers, in April, 1828. By a Farmer.
1828
 

ARGYLL, GEORGE DOUGL Property in Land. A Passage-at-Arms...
1884
 

ASSOCIATION FOR IMPR First Report of a Committee on the Sanitary Condition of the Working Clases in the City of New-York, with Remedial Suggestions.
1853
 

ASSOCIATION FOR IMPR Address to the Public; Constitution and By-Laws; and Visitor's Manual...
1844
 

ATKINSON, EDWARD. On the Collection of Revenue.
1867
 

ATKINSON, EDWARD. Five Line Note, Concerning Political Economy. Brookline, Mass. June 9, 1891. Onion skin sheet backed with paper 4.25 x 8.25 inches. Few pinholes, repaired tear, ink browned.
1891
 

BAKER, JAMES L. Men and Things; or, Short Essays on Various Subjects, Including Free Trade.
1858
 

BAYARD, THOMAS FRANC Speech...in Favor of the Resolution Withdrawing from United States Notes Legal-Tender Power, in the Senate of the United States, January 27, 1880.
1880
 

BELDEN, E. PORTER. New-York: Past, Present, and Future; Comprising a History of the City of New-York, a Description of Its Present Condition, and an Estimate of Its Future Increase.
1849
 

BENT, N.T The Signs of the Times, or the Moral Meaning of the Present Commercial Difficulties. A Sermon...
1839
 

BERKEY, WILLIAM A. The Money Question. The Legal Tender Paper Monetary System of the United States. An Analysis of the Specie Basis or Bank Currency System, and of the Legal Tender Paper Money System...
1876
 

BLUNT, JOSEPH. The Merchant's and Shipmaster's Assistant; Containing Information Useful to the American Merchants, Owners, and Masters of Ships....
1822
 

BRIGGS, ISAAC. Statements and Remarks, Addressed to Thomas Newton, Chairman of the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures, on the Subject of Agriculture, Manufactures, and Commerce.
1816
 

BROOKE, JOHN T. Debt: or the Morality of the Credit System. A Sermon.
1841
 

BURGES, Hon. TRISTAM Remarks...at the Celebration of the Fourth of July, in Clayville, R.I. In Reply to a Sentiment Expressed at the Dinner Given on That Occasion. Published at the Solicitation of the Citizens of Clayville and Vicinity, and Published at Their Request.
1829
 

BYARS, WILLIAM VINCE "An American Commoner". The Life and Times of Richard Parks Bland. A Study of the Last Quarter of the Nineteenth Century. With an Introduction by William Jennings Bryan and Personal Reminicences by Mrs. Richard Parks Bland.
1900
 

CAREY, HENRY C. Our Future. [Caption title].
1869
 

CAREY, HENRY C. Money: a Lecture Delivered Before the New York Geographical and Statistical Society...
1857
 

CAREY, MATHEW. Addresses of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry....Fifth Edition.
1820
 

CAREY, MATHEW. Collectanea: Displaying the Rise and Progress of the Tarrif System of the United States: the Various Efforts Made from the Year 1819, to Establish the Protecting System; its Final Triumph in the Tariff of 1824; and its Prospective Abandonment by the Tariff of 1833. Also, The rise, progress and final triumph of Nullification...
1833
 

CAREY, MATHEW. Address Delivered Before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, at Its Meeting, on the Twentieth of July, 1824….
1824
 

CHAMBERLIN, EDWIN M. The Sovereigns of Industry.
1875
 

COLTON, CALVIN. Reply to Webster. A Letter to Daniel Webster...in Reply to His Legal Opinion to Baring, Brothers & Co. Upon the Illegality and Unconstitutionality of State Bonds, and Loans of State Credit. By Junius.
1840
 

COLTON, CALVIN. The Crisis of the Country. By Junius. [Caption title].
1840
 

COMSTOCK, A.M. American Finance: Based on Gold, Silver, National Credit, and All the Wealth, Enterprise and Labor in the United States. A Self-Redeeming, Self-Regulating, Self-Sustaining Revenue-Producing National Currency.
1875
 

DAVIS, JOHN. Sub-Treasury Bill. Reply of John Davis, of Massachusetts, to Mr. Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, on the Reduction of Wages and of the Value of Property....
1840
 

DE VOE, THOMAS. The Market Book Containing a Historical Account of the Public Markets in the Cities of New York Boston Philadelphia and Brooklyn With a brief Description of every Article of Human Food sold therein the Introduction of Cattle in America...In Two Volumes. Vol. I [all pub.].
1862
 

DECKER, MATTHEW. An Essay on the Causes of the Decline of the Foreign Trade, Consequently of the Value of the Lands of Britain, and on the Means to Restore Both.
1756
 

DEGRAND, P.P.F. Tariff of Duties, on Importations into the United States; and Revenue Laws and Custom-House Regulations. Second Edition. [and] Revenue Laws and Custom-House Regulations...Second edition.
1821
 

DEGRAND, P.P.F. Tariff of Duties, on Importations into the United States; and Revenue Laws and Custom-House Regulations. Third Edition. [and] Revenue Laws and Custom-House Regulations...Third edition.
1824
 

DEWEES, JACOB The Great Future of America and Africa; an Essay Showing Our Whole Duty to the Black Man...
1854
 

DUANE, W.J. Narrative and Correspondence Concerning the Removal of the Deposites, and Occurrences Connected Therewith.
1838
 

ECKFELDT, JACOB R. & A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of All Nations, Struck within the Past Quarter Century. Showing Their History, and Legal Basis, and Their Actual Weight, Fineness and Value, Chiefly from Original and Recent Assays....Illustrated by Numerous Engravings of Coins, Executed by the Medal Ruling Machine, and Under the Direction of Joseph Saxon, of the United States Mint.
1842
 

FENNING, DANIEL The Ready Reckoner, or, the Trader's Useful Assistant, in Buying and Selling All Sorts of Commodities, Either Wholesale or Retail...
1794
 

GALLATIN, ALBERT et Report of the "Union Committee" Appointed by the Meeting of the Signers of the Memorial to Congress, Held on the 11th Day of February, 1834, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the City of New-York.
1834
 

GALLATIN, ALBERT. Considerations on the Currency and Banking System of the United States.
1831
 

GEORGE, HENRY. Read and Think! Henry George to Workingmen. The Protective System--What It Means to American Labor. A Scheme of Bare-faced Plunder, of Recent Invention by the Lords of Monopoly to Make Millionaires and Tramps. Monopoly--Labor's Great Enemy; Freedom is Death to Monopoly. (From Bedford's Magazine for June 1888.) [Caption title].
1888
 

GILES, WILLIAM B. Mr. Clay's Speech Upon the Tariff: or The "American System," So Called; or The Anglican System, in fact, introduced here; And perverted in its most material bearing upon Society, by the omission of a system of Corn Laws, for the protection of Agriculture. Mr. Giles' Speech Upon the Resolutions of Inquiry in the House of Delegates of Virginia, in Reply to Mr. Clay's Speech: Also, His Speech in Reply to Gen. Taylor's....
1827
 

GODDARD, THOMAS H. A General History of the Most Prominent Banks in Europe: Particularly the Banks of England and France; a Full History of the Late and Present Bank of the United States...a Statistical and Comparative View of the Moneyed Institutions of New York, and Twenty-Four Other Principal Cities of the United States....Also, A. Hamilton's Report to Congress on Currency...and McDuffie's Report on Currency, Presented to the last Congress.
1831
 

GOULD, EDWARD S. American Criticism on American Literature [and] The Benefits and Influences of Commerce: by John H. Gourlie...[in] Lectures Delivered Before the Mercantile Library Association...
1836
 

GREENE, WILLIAM B. Socialistic, Communistic, Mutualistic, and Financial Fragments.
1875
 

GREENE, WILLIAM B. Socialistic, Communistic, Mutualistic, and Financial Fragments.
1875
 

HALLIDAY, SAMUEL B. The Lost and Found; or Life Among the Poor.
1860
 

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER. The Report of the Secretary of the Treasury...on the Subject of a National Bank...
1811
 

HARRIS, EDWARD. The Tariff, and How It Effects the Woolen Cloth Manufacture and Wool Growers.
1871
 

HAVEN, C.C. Reciprocal Protection in Union with the True Free Trade, as Illustrated by the Report of the Central Committee of the Home League.
1843
 

HEYWOOD, E.H. Hard Cash: An Essay to Show That Financial Monopolies Hinder Enterprise and Defraud Both Labor and Capital: That Panics and Business Revulsions, Caused by Arbitrary Interference with Production and Exchange, Will Be Effectually Prevented Only Through Free Money.
1875
 

HEYWOOD, EZRA. The Collected Works. 12 works. 1868-1889. Introductions by Martin Blatt. ISBN 087730-013-5.
1985
 

HOLWELL, JOHN Z. An Address to the Proprietors of East-India Stock.
1764
 

HOOKER, HERMAN. An Appeal to the Christian Public, on the Evil and Impolicy of the Church Engaging in Merchandise; and Setting Forth the Wrong Done to Booksellers, and the Extravagance, Inutility, and Evil-Working, of Charity Publication Societies.
1849
 

HOOPER, GEORGE. An Inquiry into the State of the Ancient Measures, the Attick, the Roman, and Especially the Jewish. With an Appendix, Concerning Our Old English Money, and Measures of Content.
1721
 

HOPE, SAMUEL & CO. Liverpool, 1st February, 1823. The frost having broken up, the buyers have been anxiously looking to the re-opening of the Canals, and the arrival of supplies, so long kept out by contrary winds: the business of the week is, in consequence, trifling.... [beginning of text]. 4to. broadside circular (9-7/8" x 8").
1823
 

HURD, JOHN R. A National Bank, or No Bank; an Appeal to the Common Sense of the People of the United States: Especially of the Laboring Classes.
1842
 

JACOB, WILLIAM. An Historical Inquiry into the Production and Consumption of the Precious Metals.
1832
 

KELLOGG, EDWARD. Labor and Other Capital: The Rights of Each Secured and the Wrongs of Both Eradicated....
1849
 

KELLOGG, EDWARD. A New Monetary System: The Only Means of Securing the Respective Rights of Labor and Property, and of Protecting the Public from Financial Revulsions.
1861
 

KELLOGG, EDWARD. Labor and Other Capital: The Rights of Each Secured and the Wrongs of Both Eradicated....
1849
 

KENDALL, AMOS Editor Containing an Epitome of the Proceedings of Congress and Dissertations Upon Currency, Exchanges, the Tariff, and Other Subjects, with a Summary of Current News. Vol. I, # 1-26. Feb. 3-Dec. 16, 1841. Plus an Extra for March 20, 1841, containing a Proclamation by Harrison.
1841
 

KENNEDY, J.P. Address to the Friends of Domestic Industry, Assembled in Convention, at New-York, October 26, 1831, to the People of the United States.
1831
 

KENNEDY, J.P. Address to the Friends of Domestic Industry, Assembled in Convention, at New-York, October 26, 1831, to the People of the United States.
1831
 

KENNEDY, J.P. Address to the Friends of Domestic Industry, Assembled in Convention, at New-York, October 26, 1831, to the People of the United States.
1831
 

KENNEDY, JAMES. The Bankrupt Act....Together with the Chancellors' Orders. And the Unrepealed Statutes Relating to Bankruptcy.
1826
 

KETTELL, THOMAS PREN Southern Wealth and Northern Profits, as Exhibited in Statistical Facts and Official Figures: showing the Necessity of Union to the Future Prosperity and Welfare of the Republic.
1860
 

KING, RUFUS. Speech...on the American Navigation Act, Delivered in the Senate of the United States....
1818
 

KNIGHT, CHARLES. The Working-Man's Companion. The Results of Machinery, Namely Cheap Production and Increased Employment, Exhibited: Being an Address to the Working-Men of the United Kingdom. American Edition.
1831
 

LEAVITT, JOSHUA. Cheap Postage. Remarks and Statistics on the Subject of Cheap Postage and Postal Reform in Great Britain and the United States.
1848
 

LINCOLN, WILLIAM?. Dec. 12, 1826. SIR:--At a public meeting of gentlemen of various occupations and professions from different parts of this County, feeling a common inerest in the prosperity of domestic industry, recently held at Worcester...James Draper, Esq. was called to the chair. The alarming extent of the evils under which the Manufacturers of Wool are now suffering having been stated....Memorial....Signed in ink by William Lincoln. [Caption title & partial text]. Small folio broadside (old folds). Addressed on verso in ink. Fine.
1826
 

LOCKE, DAVID ROSS. Petroleum V. Nasby. Finance and Communism. The Broadside Extra. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in seven columns. Very good.
1878
 

LYNCH, JAMES. Address Delivered Before the American Institute of the City of New-York, at Their Late Fair...accompanied with a Report on the Fair...
1829
 

MANN, HORACE Ed.
1838
 

MARSHALL, ALFRED. Money Credit & Commerce.
1923
 

McARTHUR, JOHN W. New Developments: Including the Grange, Anti-Monopoly, Farmers' Alliance, Co-operative Fire Insurance, and the Economic Barn, to which is added an Account of Artificial Butter.
1886
 

McCULLOH, RICHARD SE Reply to the Review by Mr. Avequin, of New Orleans, of M'Culloh's Report on Sugar. Published in De Bow's Review.
1848
 

MONMOUTH, SARAH E. H How a Lady, Having Lost a Sufficient Income from Government Bonds, by Misplaced Confidence, Reduced to a Little Homestead Whose Entire Income Is But $40.00 per Annum, Resolved to Hold It, Incurring No Debts and Live Within It. How She Has Lived for Three Years, and Still Lives on Half a Dime a Day. Added to which is A Poem, which she has found time to write, entitled "An Abundant Entrance."
1880
 

MONROE, JAMES. Monroe & Hodges' Book of Coins, Containing Fac-simile Impressions of All the Known Coints of the World, with the Intrinsic Value of Each Placed Under Them...
1856
 

MORRIS, EDMUND. Derrick and Drill, Or an Insight Into the Discovery, Development, and Present Condition and Future Prospects of Petroleum, in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, &c.....
1865
 

MUHLEMAN, MAURICE L. Monetary Systems of the World. A Study of Present Currency Systems and Statistical Information Relative to the Volume of the World's Money with Complete Abstracts of Various Plans Proposed for the Solution of the Currency Problem.
1895
 

NATIONAL CONVENTION Proceedings of the National Convention of Business Men, which Assembled at Philadelphia, on Tuesday, August 1, 1837.
1837
 

NATIONAL INSTITUTION Circular and Address of...
1820
 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURA Rates and Proposals of the New York Life Insurance and Trust Company...for Insurance on Lives, Granting Annuities, Receiving Money in Trust, and the Management of Trust Estates. Act of Incorporation Passed March 9, 1830.
1830
 

ORR, HUGH. Commonwealth of Massachusetts In Senate May 2, 1787. Whereas by a Resolve of the General Court, passed the 16th of November 1786, the sum of two hundred pounds was directed to be paid out of the public treasury of this Commonwealth to Robert and Alexander Barr to enable them to compleat certain machines for carding, roping, and spinning Cotton and Sheeps wool...May 2, 1787, A true copy Attest/ John Avery jun.
1787
 

PAINE, THOMAS. The Decline and Fall of the English System of Finance.
1796
 

PALMER, EDWARD. An Address on the Origin and Evil Influences of Money.
1839
 

PARK, JOHN W. A.L.S., 3 full 4to pages, written in ink, very legible, from John W. Park, of Spring Hill, Arkansas, to Edward B. Hicks, Lawrenceville, Brunswick County, Virginia, with stamped oval postal mark Nov. 14, ("25" hand written), Washington, Ark.
1840
 

PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY The Charter and By-Laws of the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives, Granting Annuities, and Executing Trusts. [And] Proposals of the Pennsylvania Company...To Make Insurances on Lives...
1836
 

PICKERING, JOHN. Report of the Committee Approved to Enquire into the Practicability and Expediency of Establishing Manufactures in Salem.
1826
 

POTTER, ELISHA. A Brief Account of Emissions of Paper Money, Made by the Colony of Rhode-Island.
1837
 

PRICE, RICHARD. Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Principles of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with America. To which is added an Appendix and Postscript...the Sixth Edition.
1776
 

PROTECTIVE DUTIES. Duties Payable by Law on All Goods, Wares and Merchandise, Imported into the United States of America, after the Last Day of June, 1812. [Caption title.]
1812
 

RHODE ISLAND COAL CO An Act to Incorporate the Rhode Island Coal Company, February, 1809.
1809
 

RYAN, DANIEL J Arbitration Between Capital and Labor, a History and an Argument
1885
 

SEYBERT, ADAM. Statistical Annals: Embracing Views of the Population, Commerce, Navigation, Fisheries, Public Lands, Post Office Establishment, Revenues, Mint, Military and Naval Establishments, Expenditures, Public Debt, and Sinking Fund, of the United States of America....
1818
 

SEYBERT, ADAM. Statistical Annals: Embracing Views of the Population, Commerce, Navigation, Fisheries, Public Lands, Post Office Establishment, Revenues, Mint, Military and Naval Establishments, Expenditures, Public Debt, and Sinking Fund, of the United States of America....
1818
 

SHUTE, JAMES M. The Road to Safety. A Letter to General Grant on the Currency.
1869
 

SMITH, ADAM. The Theory of Moral Sentiments; or an Essay Towards an Analysis of the Principles by which Men Naturally Judge Concerning the Conduct and Character...to which is added, A Dissertation on the Origin of Languages. In Two Volumes [in one].
1822
 

SMITH, WILLIAM LAUGH The Speeches...Delivered in the House of Representatives...on the Subject of Certain Commerce Regulations, Proposed by Mr. Madison...
1794
 

SOCIETY FOR EMPLOYIN Explanation of the Views of the Society for Employing the Poor; with the Constitution and By-Laws; an an extract from the report of the managers, for the first three months, and a List of the Subscribers' Names.
1820
 

SPENCE, WILLIAM. The Radical Cause of the Present Distresses of the West-India Planters Pointed Out; and the Inefficiency of the Measures which have been hitherto proposed for relieving them, Demonstrated: with Remarks on the Publications of Sir William Young, Charles Bosanquet and Joseph Lowe; Relative to the Value of the West-India Trade.
1807
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. Gold and Silver as Standards of Value: the Flagrant Cheat in Regard to Them. Reprinted from "The Radical Review."
1878
 

ST. LOUIS BROWNS. Corporate Records of the Saint Louis American League Baseball Company,1902-1936. Record book from Buxton and Skinner, Stationery Co., St. Louis, with 160 documents attached to 146 numbered pages. Folio ledger-book, boards detached, but present, very worn. Internally very good. the documents fine.
1902
 

STANTON, HENRY B. Northern Rights! [Letters printed 2" & 2-1/4" tall]. H.B. Stanton, Esq. Will address the people of Salem and vicinity...on the True Interests of the Government in relation to a Tariff and the Currency...the principles and objects of the Liberty Party movement....Salem, Nov. 30, 1842 [dated crossed out in ink, holograph date inserted, Friday, Feby. 10, 1843]. Broadside, 12" x 17."
1842
 

TAYLOR, FREDERICK WI The Principles of Scientific Management.
1911
 

TAYLOR, FREDERICK WI The Principles of Scientific Management.
1911
 

TAYLOR, GEORGE. Effect of Incorporated Coal Companies Upon the Anthracite Coal Trade of Pennsylvania.
1833
 

THACKRAH, C. TURNER. The Effects of the Principal Arts, Trades, & Professions, and of Civic States and Habits of Living, on Health and Longevity...
1831
 

TUCKER, BENJ. R. The Attitude of Anarchism toward Industrial Combinations.
1933
 

VERPLANCK, GULIAN. A Letter to Col. William Drayton, of South-Carolina, in Assertion of the Constitutional Power of Congress to Impose Protecting Duties.
1831
 

WALLENPAUPACK IMPROV Act of Assembly of Pennsylvania Incorporating the...with the Report of Henry G. Sargent, Civil Engineer, In relation to the proposed route, to open the Coalregion of the Lackawannock Valley to the New York market.
1830
 

WALSH, ROBERT. A Letter on the Genius and Dispositions of the French Government, Including a View of the Taxation of the French Empire. Second Edition.
1810
 

WEBSTER, REDFORD? Miscellaneous Remarks on the Police of Boston; As Respects Paupers; Alms and Work House; Classes of Poor and Beggars; Laws Respecting Them; Charitable Societies; Foreign and Domestic Missionary Societies; Evils of the Justiciary; Imprisonment for Debt; Remedies.
1814
 

WILKESON, SAMUEL. How Our National Debt May Be a National Blessing. The Debt is Public Wealth, Political Union. Protection of Industry, Secure Basis for National Currency, theOrphans' and Widows' Savings Fund. Issued by Jay Cooke, General Subscription Agent of the Government Loans.
1865
 

WILSON, THOMAS L.V. The Aristocracy of Boston; Who They Are, and Wat They Were. Being a History of the Business and Business Men of Boston, for the Last Forty Years. By One Who Knows.
1848
 

WINTHROP, GRENVILLE Extra Concord Freeman. Remarks of Mr. Grenville T. Winthrop, of Watertown, on the Currency, in the House of Representatives, 17th March, 1840. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadsheet, 5 columns on recto, 3 columns on verso.
1840
 

WOLCOTT, OLIVER. An Address, to the People of the United States, on the Subject of the Report of a Committee of the House of Representatives, Appointed to "Examine...Whether Monies Drawn from the Treasury, Have Been Faithfully Applied to the Objects for which They were Appropriated...."
1802
 

WOODWARD, JOHN. Address of the Society of Tammany, or Columbian Order, to Its Absent Members and the Members of Its Several Branches Throughout the United States.
1819
 

YOUNG, H.H. Conversations Between the Rabbi of the Boarding House and a Company of Intelligent Ladies and Gentlemen. Being a Series of Conversational Discussions, Pro and Con of the Labor Problem, Monopolies and Trusts, Mission of Machinery, Tariff, Fads in Schools, Official Incompetency, Posthumous Benefices, Newspapers, Patent Laws, the Coming Millenium, Sabbath Observance, the Silver Question, Single Tax, Paternalism, Etc. Etc.
1893
 

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