|Author||Codman, John, 1814-1900. |
|Title||Are the interests of a few ship-builders more to be considered than the interests of commerce? An address delivered before the Special committee of the House of Representatives of navigation interests ... Washington, March 19, 1870, by John Codman. |
|Published||Washington, Gibson Brothers, 1870. |
|Description||16 p. 22 cm. |
|General Note||Bound in same volume: A letter addressed to the Hon. John Lynch, Chairman of the Special Congressional Committee of the United States Senate, on the navigation interest, A communication from the New York Association for the Restoration of the American Shipping Interests, to the Hon. John Lynch, Bounty to ship-builders and stock-jobbers not ptotection to Congress, A communication from the New York Association for the Restoration of American Shipping Interests, to the Select Committee of the House of Representatives on the causes of reduction of American tonnage..., Review of a report to the Secretary of the Treasury in relation to the foreign commerce of the United States and the decadence of American shipping, Review of the report of the Special Committee on Navigation Interests. |
Title on spine: Free Ships for Foreign Commerce
James A. Garfield bookplate
"Genl. Garfield with the compliments of J. Codman, Washington May 4, 1870."
|Subjects||Shipping bounties and subsidies -- United States. |
United States -- Commerce.
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||James A. Garfield National Historic Site: LA2602-228|
mq12070: Garfield Library [status: NON-CIRCULATING]