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sources of the United States, more than ever necessary, to the American merchant and statesman. A new Chapter is added, giving an account of some of the commercial regulations, affecting American commerce which have, either been renewed or adopted, by foreign nations, since the general peace; including also, a concise view of the operation of some parts of the commercial convention with Great-Britain, on American navigation-to which is added, a summary of the acts lately passed, by the national legislature, tending to give permanent security, to the commercial and navigating interests of the United States.

The favourable reception of the first edition, and the liberality experienced from a generous public, as well as from numerous individuals, have induced the author, to present to the public a corrected and enlarged Edition.


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