Customs. An Account Of The Imports From, And Exports To, The United States Of America, And The British Continental Colonies, Respectively,.
Disbound. Small ink numbers at tops of pages. In very good condition.
For the three years ending the 5th january 1801, and also for the three years ending 5th january 1793; distinguishing each year, and the british manufactures from the foreign products:together with the number and tonnage of the british and foreign vessels which entered and cleared from and to those countries during the same period. also a like account for the three years ended 5th january 1775. ordered to be printed 8th march 1802.
(accounts and papers). [1801-02]; (27).
[bound with:] customs. an account of the number of vessels and their tonnage, which have cleared out from great britain to the united states of america, in the years ending 5th january 1800 and 1801 - also, for the three years preceding 5th january 1793: - distinguishing british from foreign vessels; and also distinguishing each year. ordered to be printed 26th february 1802.
(accounts and papers). [1801-02]; (23).
[bound with]: customs. an account of the numbers of vessels and their tonnage, which have entered inwards at the several ports of great britain, from the united states of america, in the years ending the 5th january 1800 and 1801... ordered to be printed 26th february 1802.
(accounts and papers). [1801-02]. (22).
Folio. 20 x 14.5; 15.5 x 10.5 inches. 3 pp. folding, with titles on versos.
Statement of trade between British Continental Colonies and the USA, signed by William Irving, Inspector-General of the Imports and Exports of Great Britain, Inspector General's Office, Custom House, London, 8th March 1802. This is bound with two additional items: Accounts of numbers and tonnages of British and Foreign vessels exporting to and importing from the USA via British ports, signed by J. Dalley. Per Register General of Shipping.
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