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" One of her chief manufactures is that of wool, of which she imports 21,000 tons, valued at 2,25O,000/., from Saxony, Prussia, Silesia, Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, Moravia, and the southern provinces of Russia; and returns a large portion in a manufactured... "
Report of the First [-twenty-second] Hearing on the Hoosac Tunnel ... - Page 42
by Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on Railroads - 1873
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Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Volume 29

Statistical Society (Great Britain) - 1866
...of her chief manufactures is that of wool, of which she imports 21,000 tons, valued at 2,250,000?., from Saxony, Prussia. Silesia, Poland, Bohemia, Hungary,...increase her means of access, and add to her trade. Now look at Holland, which in 1835 was so much her superior. Holland was possessed of immense advantages...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 57

William B. Dana - 1867
...of her chief manufactures is that of wool, of which she imports 21,000 tons, valued at 2,250,000, from Saxony, Prussia, Silesia, Poland, Bohemia, Hungary,...continent, and every development of railways in Europe mnst increase her means of access and Add to her trade. Now look at Holland, which in 1835 was so much...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 57

1867
...of her chief manufactures is that of wool, of which she imports 21,000 tons, valued at 2,250,000, from Saxony, Prussia, Silesia, Poland, Bohemia, Hungary,...southern Provinces of Russia ; and returns a large рогtion in a manufactured state. She is rapidly becoming the principal workshop of the continent,...
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Northern Pacific Railroad Company: Pamphlet Vol.], Volume 1

1866
...of her chief manufactures is that of wool, of which she imports 21,000 tons, valued at 2,250,000, from Saxony, Prussia, Silesia, Poland, Bohemia, Hungary,...increase her means of access and add to her trade. Now look at Holland, which in 18-35 was sn much her superior. Holland was possessed of immense advantages...
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Chicago: Past, Present, Future: Relations to the Great Interior, and to the ...

John Stephen Wright - 1870 - 432 pages
...21,000 tons, valued at 2, 250,000, from Saxony, Prussia, etc., of which she returns a large proportion in a manufactured state. She is rapidly becoming the...railways in Europe must increase her means of access to her trade. at Holland, which in 1835 was much her superior. Holland was passed. possessed of immense...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 29

Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain) - 1866
...of her chief manufactures is that of wool, of which she imports 21,000 tons, valued at 2,250,000?., from Saxony, Prussia, Silesia, Poland, Bohemia, Hungary,...increase her means of access, and add to her trade. Now look at Holland, which in 1835 was so much her superior. Holland was possessed of immense advantages...
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