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" ... of immense advantages in the perfection of her canals, which are the finest and most numerous in the world ; in the large tonnage of her shipping ; in her access by the Rhine to the heart of Germany ; and in the command of the German trade, which... "
Report of the First [-twenty-second] Hearing on the Hoosac Tunnel ... - Page 43
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
...and in the command of the German trade, which was brought to her ships at Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected...and was partly opened in 1853, but not fully till 1S56. It succeeded in regaining part of the former connection. But now observe the result. In 1839...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 57

1867
...and in the command of the German trade, which was brought to her ships at Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected...result. In 1839 the Dutch exports and imports were £28,500,000, nearly double those of Belgium. In 1802 they were £59,000,000, when those of Belgium...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 57

William B. Dana - 1867
...and in the command of the German trade, which was brought to her ships at Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected...result. In 1839 the Dutch exports and imports were £28,500,000, nearly double those of Belgium. In 1802 they were £59,000,000, when those of Belgium...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 57

William B. Dana - 1867
...and in the command of the German trade, which was brought to her ships at Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected...The Dutch Rhenish railway was constructed to remedy tin's loss, and was partly opened in 1853, but not fully till 1856. It succeeded in regaining part...
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Northern Pacific Railroad Company: Pamphlet Vol.], Volume 1

1866
...and in the command of the German trade, which was brought to her ships at Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected...result. In 1839 the Dutch exports and imports were £28,500,000, nearly double those of Belgium. In 1862 they were £59,000,000, when those of Belgium...
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Chicago: Past, Present, Future: Relations to the Great Interior, and to the ...

John Stephen Wright - 1870 - 432 pages
...neglect- Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected railways. The ęd railways, consequence was that by 1850 they found themselves...succeeded in regaining part of the former connection. But In 1839 her now observe the result. In 1839, the Dutch exports and imports were £28,500,000 trade...
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Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Volume 29

Royal Statistical Society (Great Britain) - 1866
...and in the command of the German trade, which was brought to her ships at Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Dutch relied on these advantages and neglected...and was partly opened in 1853, but not fully till 1S56. It succeeded in regaining part of the former connection. But iioff observe the result. In 1839...
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