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COMMERCE, AGRICULTURE, MANUFACTURES, INTERNAL
Commerce is Bing."
EDITED BY PROFESSOR J. D. B. DE BOW,
UNIVERSITY OF LOCISIAXA, SEW Or. EANS.
Vol. X. NEW SERIES, Vol. IV.
OFFICE, 22 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW ORLEANS.
B. F. De Bow, corner Church Street and East Bay,
A MONTHLY INDUSTRIAL AND LITERARY JOURNAL.
PUBLISHED IN NEW ORLEANS.
$5 Dollars per Annum.
Library Edition, Bound, 1846-1951, 10 vols.
The following list, made up for us on the last day of the sossion of Congress by a friend, is incomplete, and does not include many names which were given. As we get them they will be added.
"The undersigned, Members of Coogress, take great pleasure in recommending Da Bow's Review to the People of the Southern and Western States, a work which has been edited and published in New Orleans for the last five years, by J. D. B. De Bow, and which embraces, in a montbly series of nambers, the most complete and reliable facts and statistics relative to the pro. gress and development of all tho great branches of industry in the States, whether in Commerce, Agriculiure, Manufactures, or Internal Improvement; as also the growth and progress of Population and Improvement, the question of Slavery in all its bearings, social and political, Slave Products, &c. The published volumes of this work constitute an invaluable library of Southern and Western Statistics, and have already become a star.dard authority." SENATE.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Va. James M. Mason,
T. S. Clingman,
Geo. Thos. J. Rusk, Texas. J. Thompson,
Miss. J. E. Holmes,
S.C. R. Barnwell, S, O. Wm. J. Alston,
Ala. W. McWillie,
Miss. 1. P. Butler,
W. P. Gentry,
Tenn. W. S. Featherston,
La. V. E. Howard,
Teras. S. N. Downg.
Jas. A, Seddon,
T. P. Stanton, Jefferson Davis.
Tenn. Henry S. Foote, J. A. Woodward, S.C. R. K. Meade,
Ve. Geo. E. Badger, V. C. W.F. Colcock,
Tenn. W.P. Mangum,
Samp. W. Ilarris,
Miss. W. K. Sebastien, Ark. A. G. Brown, Miss. J. G. Harris,
Ala. D. L. Yulee, Florida. R. H. Stanlon,
ky. M. J. Wellboru,
NEW ORIYA CHANDEL 07 COVETCE, May 14, 194. Be it Revolved, That this Chamber highly apprivesci the Comercial Review, a po lodical established in this city by J. D. B. De Bow, Esq., and recommends it io tb utrudate of the cuinmercial commnnts. CHALLES BELGUS, Secretary.
SAMLEL J. PETERS, President.
CHARI ESTON MKECANTILE LinnanY SOCIETY, Feb. 1811. In exercise of the power given them by the Constitution, the Board have unanimously elected as H norary Members, Freeman Hunt and J. D. B. De Bow, Fars. These gentlemen are entitled to wide and henkradle distinction. The sonuer in originating the Merchants Marrazine, the first successful attempt of its kind in the C'nited States, sustained and conducted as it bas been by markad abuty. The latter one oi car own citizens, in the landable spirit which prompted the establishment of the Commercial Restew of the South and West, and the roasterly pen which he be wielded in elucidetiva of the cornercial interests of the South, haro richly came our most rateful acknowledgments.
A. O, ANDREWS, President.
CHINI.LSMIN ('HAUEK OF COMMERCE, Oct, 26, 1446. On motion of C1. James Galsdei, Resolved, That Commercial Review, edited in New Orleans b; o'r fello ritizen, J. D. B. De Bw, E-4 is a work well calculated to exorice s most favorable iniluence on the conant reial inte. rests of the Sonth and Writ.
Resolvedl, That the sarl anil talent with which it has bun commeneed, and the able articles which hmro appeared in its pagos (as foreshadowing on the fattire the promisit the past.) strongly recomen ni the R- view to the patrunago of the suther comto mity, nad that the Chamber of Comarce of Charlestou feel gratitled at the opportunity of prastin to the public thia teatinong in its fuvar,
W.B. HERIOT, Secretary.
CINCIYYATI MERCITII LOAN SOCIETY, JA. 1949. Resolved, As tho sense of the Merceatik Library Asiation of Cia-intati, that De Byw's Comercial Review of th South and West supplies an important desideratum in the mercantile literature of this great western taley; that the comprehensive views and practiena attainments of Professor De Baw are special qualitati foreluerin nha peri. client, and that this Aveintion wry cordially reconut oil 1'1e Connef al Ripol miq to general *:!V), hnd the unia putronage of eie mercantile community,
From January, 1846, to July, 1851, inclusive.
D Each volume has its own Inder, with the names of writers, etc., appended.
D A very few sets complete of the Review, handsomely bound, may still be had at the office, or the volumes for any particular year or years, on moderate terms.
.... 229 ....... 369
Vols. I. & II.
Vol. VI. Page. Atlantic and Miss, Railroad, v. i. 21 Arkansas, Commerce, Progress,
3 Agriculture S. & West, v. i...73, 227
3 Agriculture of Louisiana, v. i...' 75 Agricultural Products of the
Avequin's review of McCulloh's " Society of Louisiana, v. i. 161
sugar. " Schools, v. i.... 456 Apparatus for Light-houses 150
285 “ Life, v. ii.. 114
Artesian Well, Charleston 150 " Classes, v. ii. 116 Animal Creation
185 Alabama, progress of.. Agricultural products, U.S., v. ii. 117 Avoyelles, Louisiana.
263 Army in Mexico.........
288 Ancient Maritime Law, v.i...... 142 Abolitionists.
Arrival flatboats.. Alabama Finances, v. i.. 187 Alpaca Sheep.
376 * Commerce of, v. ii.... 402
American Native Wines... 310
American agriculture........... Army in Mexico, v. ii..
153 Alliances of States, v.i.
422 Alabama, her rivers, &c. ........ 163 American Institute.. 216
canals and railroads.. Armory, Western, v. i.. 267 Agricultural Society of S. C.... 420
· productions... Works.
164 Artesian Wells, v. i.. American Railroads, v. i.. 460
“ lands, capital, &c. ...... 165
Science.. American Commerce, 17th cen
" timber, factories, colleges 167 Life...
167 tury, y.ii..
" population, &c. 369
Africa and its barbarism........ 209 American Commerce to the Re.
Agriculture, History of.. 440 volution, v. ii..
263 American Commerce to 1790, v. ii. 374
406), compared.... Australia....
264 to 1812, v. ii. 375
African slave trade..
290 to 1846, v. ii. 381
Abolition of slavery..
315 · legislation, science, art,
325 and agriculture, v. ii... 75
..340 Average, v. ii. 17 Abbey, R., letter on baling cot
376 Abandonment in Insurance, v. ii. 19
ton with iron hoops....
Arkansas minerals, &c.
Alabama cotton crop.......411, 446
476 Arts, Useful and Fine, v. ii..... 99
476 Authors, Protection of, v. ii..... 95 Agriculture, Hon. J. P. Benja. Anastatic Printing, v. ii.
min's address on, 44; high
tates, 45; experiments with Agricultural societies...... 32
296 American Light Houses.
try in the manufacture of suAdministration of John Adams.. 91
Attakapas sea coast.
95 Acadians in Louisiana ..
gar, 47; beet sugar, 12 per
Alabama railroad enterprise.... 477 120 Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, dir:
cent. of juice, 48; process of ferences in Level of.
preparing sugar from cane, 126
VOL. IX. Atlantic and Pacific Oceans El
49; fluid of cane 90 per cent. fect of a Canal between....
of stem, 50; success of mills 1271
Alabama invaded by De Soto... 19 American States.......
in extracting juice, 50; new 179
African trade and productions... 540 Alabama Minerals..
process, patent, for obtaining Alabama, what she is and may be, 251
saccharine matter, 50 ; filtra-
Agriculture, interests of......... 108 Agesilaus....
tion and boiling cane juice, 52, 353
Agricultural productions........ 382 Agriculture of Louisiana..
53; Professor McCulloh's re412
504 Arkansas, Resources of..
port on sugar manufacture, 53 ; 445
Alabama, mineral resources.... 330
mode of crystallizing sugar, Atlantic and Pacific Railroad.. 475
and wust, 81; of France-es-
mineral waters.... 80 Alabamn, Trade, Products, &c., Alabama, railroads in.......... 381
Autaugaville factory.. 560 .39, 57 Antigua, exports from.......... 477 Animal charcoal.
337 " Minerals. 404 Arkansas, sketches of towns and Arkansas minerals..........
346, 458 Acadians in Louisiana.. 43 soil, hot springs, &c...69, 229, 301 Abolitionists