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" The reader will here pardon me for introducing this remark on American commerce : so far does it exceed all former efforts of former nations, that even the Dutch themselves sink under the comparison. Scarcely is there a part of the world, scarcely an... "
A Voyage Round the World: In the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804, in ... - Page 10
by John Turnbull - 1805
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1805
...subjugated to the power of 'amaiha-maiha. We quote the following observation, as it is of general concern. ' The Americans carry on in particular a most active...their success is well merited by their industry.' Vol. II. pp. 13, 14. We think it not unlikely, that the North Americans, in consequence of their agricultural...
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The Port Folio, Volume 1

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1809
...an inlet in the most unknown seas, in which this commercial hive has not penetrated: the East Indies is open to them, and their flags are displayed in...their success is •well Merited by their industry." THE COLUMBIAD. IN the initial number of this Magazine, a very accomplished, aud Well-principled scholar,...
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The Port folio, by Oliver Oldschool

1809
...an inlet in the most unknown seas, in which this commercial hive has not penetrated: the East Indies is open to them, and their flags are displayed in...be confessed, to their honour, that their success fs •Well merited by their industry." THE COLUMBIAD. IN the initial number of this Magazine, a very...
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The South Sea islander: containing many interesting facts relative to the ...

Religion - 1820 - 175 pages
...inlet in these most unknown seas, in which this commercial hive has not penetrated. The East Indies is open to them, and their flags are displayed in...their success is well merited by their industry." On Mr. Turnbull's return to Otaheite, he sent the ship to some of the windward islands, and remained...
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