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reply to Mr. Cohen"s vindication of the steamboat monopoly.

William Alexander Duer

reply to Mr. Cohen"s vindication of the steamboat monopoly.

With an appendix containing copies of the most important documents referred to in the argument.

by William Alexander Duer

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Published by E. and E. Hosford in Albany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Colden, Cadwallader D. -- 1769-1834,
  • Steam-navigation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 379.10)

    StatementBy William Alexander Duer.
    SeriesAmerican culture series -- 379.10.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination184, xxvii p.
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17495061M
    OCLC/WorldCa6756312

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A reply to Mr. Cohen's vindication of the steamboat monopoly. With an appendix containing copies of the most important documents referred to in the argument.

[William Alexander Duer] Reply to Mr. Colden's Vindication of the steamboat monopoly. Albany [N.Y.]: Printed and published by E. and E. Hosford, (OCoLC) Named Person: Cadwallader D Colden; Robert Fulton; Robert R Livingston; Robert R Livingston; Robert Fulton: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Alexander Duer   A book on steam engines claims that, "The Claremont [Fulton's boat] established the steamboat in the public's favor.

Nicholas I. Roosevelt, Samuel Morey, Nathan Reed, John Stevens and others saw their early efforts vindicated." [] Vindication is not the word Morey would have used. Conclusion~lmaurer/academic/morey/ Steam on the Southern and Western is a personal record of railway views that were captured on black and white film in the late s and s, until the demise of steam on British style of the book is the well-tried and- tested picture and captions format, and the majority of the pictures are black and white :// A reply to Mr.

Colden's Vindication of the steamboat monopoly: with an appendix, containing copies of the most important documents referred to in the argument / (Albany [N.Y.]: Printed and published by E. and E. Hosford, ), by William Alexander Duer (page images at HathiTrust)   One year later, December,David Rittenhouse certifies that he "has frequently seen Mr.

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Colden's Vindication of the Steam-Boat Monopoly," contains a footnote, p. 55, referring to Morey and stating: This gentleman has obtained much celebrity as a civil engineer, by his planning and execution of the canals, locks    Mr. Sumner asked, and by unanimous consent obtained, leave to bring in a bill "Supplementary to an act entitled 'An act to protect all citizens of the United States in their civil rights, and to furnish means for their vindication,' passed April 9, "   The following brief discussion of Mr.

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Livingston and Robert Fulton comprehending the opinions of judges and counsel on the case, and suggesting the means by which a valuable branch of business of increasing importance may be opened and secured for This book consists of six studies in the history of the idea of economic liberalism—three in the first volume and three in the second volume.

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