Profits on manufactures at Lowell. A letter from the treasurer of a corporation to John S. Pendleton, Esq., Virginia. Thomas G. Cary.

Profits on manufactures at Lowell. A letter from the treasurer of a corporation to John S. Pendleton, Esq., Virginia

Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown, 1845. First edition, 8vo, pp. 23, [1]; original printed wrappers, small stain on lower edge, very good and sound. A refutation of complaints from Southern critics that Northern industrialists were getting rich on cotton mills while supported by tariffs. Cary's argument was that all of the rich investors in cotton production were rich before that and were profiting substantially more from other investments in the meanwhile. Item #55044

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