The Soundness of the policy of protecting domestic manufactures; fully established by Alexander Hamilton, in his report to Congress on the subject, and by Thomas Jefferson, in his letter to Benjamin Austin. : To which are added, Extracts from the address of the American Society for Promoting Domestic Manufactures, established in New York. : [Twenty-seven lines of quotations]
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Printed by J.R.A. Skerrett, for the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of American Manufactures.,
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 39991. |
Early American imprints. no. 42170.
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