The Tariff, 1830-1860

F. W. Taussig
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Vol. 2, No. 3 (Apr., 1888), pp. 314-346
Published by: Oxford University Press
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    South Carolina Convention, in the volume of State Papers on Nullification, published by the State of Massachusetts, p. 69.
  • Exec. Doc.1833-34, vol. i., No. 43.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Works, ii. pp. 131, 132.
    • Appleton's speech on the Tariff Act of 1842, Appendix to Congr. Globe, 1841-42, p. 575.
  • §
    Aldridge v. Williams, 3 Howard, 9.
  • *
    Von Holst's Constitutional History, iii. pp. 451-463.
  • Works, iv. pp. 199, 200
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    This reference contains 9 citations:
    • Letters on the Iron Question (1865), p. 4
    • Miscellaneous Works (1872)
    • Finan- cial Crises, p. 18
    • Review of Wells's Report, p. 5
    • Social Science, ii. p. 225
    • Political Economy, p. 353
    • Elder, Questions of the Day (1871), pp. 200, 201.
    • Works, iv. p. 174
    • Works, ii. pp. 530, 531 (edition of 1844).
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    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Letters to Colfax, p. 15
    • Financial Crises, p. 8
    • Review of Wells, p. 5
    • Thompson (Political Economy, p. 357)
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • letter from a Boston merchant to Senator Wilson, Congr. Globe, 1856-57, Appendix, p. 344
    • Hunter, ibid., 329.
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    Morley's Life of Cobden, pp. 162, 163, 210
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    Grosvenor's Does Protection protect? p. 60
  • *
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • French, History of Iron Manufacture, p. 70
    • Report of the Iron and Steel Association for 1876, p. 182
  • *
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Amé, Tarifs de Dou- anes, i. pp. 144-148.
    • Ibid., p. 271.
  • *
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Swank, Iron in All Ages, pp. 166, 330
    • Memorial of the Free Trade Convention, pp. 60, 61
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Swank, Iron in All Ages, pp. 268-273
    • French, History of the Iron Trade, pp. 58-60
  • This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Hazard's Statistical Register, i. pp. 335, 368
    • iii. p. 173
    • iv. p. 207.
    • ibid., ii. p. 230.
  • *
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Proceedings of Iron Convention at Pittsburg (1849), p. 9
    • Proceedings of Convention at Albany, pp. 27, 42
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    Letter of the Philadelphia Coal and Iron Trade to the Committee on Finance (pamphlet, Philadelphia, 1844).
  • This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Taylor, Statistics of Coal, p. 133
    • Iron in All Ages, p. 274
    • Lesley, Iron Manufacturers' Guide (1859), pp. 751, 752.
    • Does Protection protect? p. 225
  • Grosvenor, p. 215
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Swank, Iron in All Ages, pp. 281-284
    • Report of the American Iron and Steel Association for 1876
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    A. S. Hewitt, in Proceedings of Iron Convention at Albany (1849), p. 54.
  • Lesley, Iron Manufacturers' Guide, p. 761
  • pamphlet, Observations on the Expediency of Repealing the Act by which Railroad Iron is released from Duty, 1842
  • §
    Report of Iron and Steel Association for 1876, p. 165
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    Protection to Young Industries, Part III
  • Appleton's speech on the Verplanck bill of 1833, Congressional Debates, ix. pp. 1216, 1217.
  • *
    Potter, History of Manchester, p. 552
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Earl, History of Fall River, pp. 35-37
    • Ibid., p. 53.
  • Walker's Report, Exec. Doc., 1845-46, vol. ii., No. 6, pp. 215, 216, 313.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Montgomery's Cotton Manufacture, pp. 29, 38, 82, 86, 91, 101
    • Batchelder's Early Progress of the Cotton Manufacture, pp. 88
  • This reference contains 4 citations:
    • T. G. Cary, Results of Manufactures at Lowell, Boston, 1845
    • N. Appleton, Review of Secretary Walker's Report, 1846
    • Rockwell, Congr. Globe, 1845-46, pp. 1034-1037
    • Winthrop, ibid., Appendix, p. 969.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Letters to Rives, p. 12
    • Walker's Report, p. 28
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Boston Board of Trade, made in 1860
    • Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, xlv. p. 14
  • *
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Boston Commercial Advertiser
    • Ellison's Handboolc of the Cotton Trade (1858), it is said, at p. 29
  • Wade's Fibre and Fabric in the Bureau of Statistics Report on Wool and Alianufactures of Wool, 1887, p. xlvii.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Grosvenor, Does Protection protect? p. 147
    • Census of 1860 on Manufactures, p. xxxiii
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Wade's Fibre and Fabric, as quoted above, p. xlviii
    • Statistical Information relating to Certain Branches of Industry in Massachusetts, 1855, at pp. 573-575
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    Mr. John L. Hayes, in the Bulletin of the Association of Wool Manufact- urers, xiv. p. 116.
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    Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, xxx. pp. 162-176.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Census of 1860, volume on Manufactures, pp. xxxix-xlv
    • John L. Hayes in his address on Protection a Boon to Consumers (Boston, 1867), pp. 9-11.
  • This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Census of 1860, pp. xxxvi-xxxix
    • Census of 1860
    • Report on Commerce and Navigation for the fiscal year 1859-60
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    Statement of Facts relative to Canada Wools and the Manu- facture of Worsteds, made by the National Association of Wool Manufacturers, Boston, 1866.
  • *
    Bureau of Statistics Report on Wool and Manufactures of Wool, 1887, p. 109.
  • Census of 1860