Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volumen26

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Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana
Freeman Hunt, 1852
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Commerce of Barcelona
75
Import export of merchandise from 1820 to 1851 Commerce of N South Wales in 1849 1850
81
California gold production
82
Machine for weaving bags
85
Statistics of the press of the United States Dutch Commerce in 1850
88
46
93
Action on a promissory note
95
Ancient coins in the U S mint Imprisonment for debt in Rhode Island
96
Candles manufacture
108
Toledo canal business
113
Canal business at Toledo Steamers between Liverpool and South America
114
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115
Malt trade of United Kingdom
119
Tonnage of U S from 1821 to 1851
120
Sectarianism in business
131
Storms Dr Hare on law
137
manufacture of beetroot
143
Tare on sugar hogsheads
146
Trade of the American lakes
156
46
166
Census statistics of United States
239
104
241
Chicago mortality
248
Philosophy of advertising
264
Aqueduct Croton finances
274
Phillips patent annihilator
293
Fearless feat of an American whaleraan
334
Austrian tariff the
342
Finance Journal of 88 217 346 465 600 727
346
Pork trade of the west
347
Maryland property and taxes
350
1858
351
Finances of United States
356
93
369
Massachusetts oil consumed on railroads of 641
370
46
379
94
384
Mint coins
387
Africa railroad
402
99
413
Financial statistics of Louisiana
416
Productions of Cuba
419
100
426
liquors manufactured
428
66
433
64
440
66
445
Promissory note informality in
458
Georgia State debt
462
Maurys sailing directions and charts
464
Bangor Me lumber trade
468
rates of postage
469
dust shipped from San Francisco
472
Banks New York Philadelphia and Boston
474
Hoarding Gold
483
638
487
deaths in 1851
495
statistics of manufactures of 120 Youghal LightHouse S C of Ireland 371
543
Mobile receipts of coffee
550
THE COMMERCE OF ST THOMAS By JOHN P KNOX of St Thomas
563
66
565
117
566
COMMERCIAL CITIES AND TOWNS OF THE UNITED STATES No XXXII
572
THE LAW OF PROGRESS IN THE RELATIONS OF CAPITAL AND LABOR
578
Kenawha Valley Coal
580
What constitutes bargain and sale
588
118
595
Law Decisions in Mercantile
597
641
599
The proposed alteration in our Currency By Professor C F McCAY of Georgia
600
of Pennsylvania
603
66
604
mail transportations
605
Condition of the banks of Detroit Michigan December 26 1851 608
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109
610
Occupations of population of Massachusetts 388
611
Financial statistics of Louisiana from 1830 to 1851
614
649
619
491
620
771
623
Statement of the Commerce of each State and Territory for the year ending June 30th 1851
626
Bread baked by steam in England
627
66
631
0
632
St Thomas Commerce
636
Progress of railroads in United States from 1828 to 1852 638639
638
133
639
and Pennsylvania railroad tolls
641
Buenos Ayres postage
642
Steamships passages of British American 379
643
The Dean Cotton of Texas
644
The London Times on the commercial agencies in the United States
650
66
653
Custom regulations of Shanghai
657
137
667
66
670
490
672
138
691
353
693
Whale fishery of United States
694
Deaths in U S statistics
701
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713
Dahlonega coinage of mint
722
Calico machine for printing
725
Fluctuations of stocks in the Boston market
727
Virginia State Debt March 20 1852
734
The coinage of France Ragged banknotes
742
Exports of cotton from United States to different countries in 1851
749
513
754
Loss of life and property on the lakes Cost of five railroads in Massachusetts from 1838 to 51
759
STATISTICS OF POPULATION
766
611
774
Debtor and creditor laws of Wisconsin 328
775
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