A Statement of the Arts and Manufactures of the United States of America, for the Year 1810

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37 ページ - Manufactures of gold, silver, set work, mixed metals, etc 2,483,912 7. Manufactures of lead 325,560 8. Soap, tallow candles, wax, and spermaceti, spring oil and whale oil 1,766,292 9. Manufactures of hides and skins 17,935,477 10. Manufactures from seeds .' 858,509 11. Grain, fruit, and case liquors, distilled and fermented 16,528,207 12. Dry manufactures from grain, exclusively of flour, meal, etc...
liii ページ - ... close attention has been applied to those facts, which have occurred throughout the Union, since the autumn of the year 1810, from which a judgment of the condition of the manufactures of the United States, in the current year 1813, might be safely formed. It has resulted in a thorough conviction that...
xxv ページ - working as if they were animated beings, endowed with all the talents of their inventors, laboring with organs that never tire, and subject to no expense of food, or bed, or raiment, or dwelling, may be justly considered as equivalent to an immense body of manufacturing recruits enlisted in the service of the country.
1 ページ - A series of tables of the several branches of American Manufactures, exhibiting them in every County of the Union, so far as they are returned in the Reports of the Marshals and of the Secretaries of the Territories, and...
liii ページ - York is considered to have most largely partaken, especially by her joint stock companies, and in consequence of the migrations thither from the Eastern States. But as it is best to make ample allowances for some manifest repetitions of articles which are inextricably involved in the subordinate returns, a sincere and well-reflected final opinion is respectfully offered, that the whole people of the United States, taken in 1813 at 8,000,000...
xxxviii ページ - These persons, like the owners of grain mills and sawing mills, ' can be employed for a toll in kind, or part of the produce, or ' for a compensation in money. By this method, a tract of ' three miles square, or three hundred and twenty perches ' square, which would contain twenty-five plantations of above ' one hundred and two acres each, may be...
xxxviii ページ - occasional labour of neighbouring, transient, hired white ' persons is often used to prepare the grounds with the ' plough and harrow, to plant the new canes, to dress the old 'ones, and to clear the growing plants from weeds. The ' same or other white labourers are afterwards employed by ' the planters to cut and stack under cover the ripened canes, ' so as to prepare them for the grinding mill and boiler. The ' operation of planting occurs after the sickly autumnal sea...

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