Canal policy, no. I[-IV]. :
It must be highly gratifying to all those who have any interest in, or wish to promote, the solid prosperity of this country, to find that the public interest is every where attracted towards the important object of facilitating the intercourse between the different states ...
|Main Author:||Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839,|
|Related Names:||Carey, Mathew 1760-1839., Carey, Mathew 1760-1839., Carey, Mathew 1760-1839.|
[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] : [publisher not identified], 
Canals > Canals / England.
Public works > Public works / United States.
Erie Canal (N.Y.)
Edition statement follows "no. I." in title.
Signed, page 2 and 4, first series: Fulton [i.e., Mathew Carey], and dated, Dec. 8, and 13, 1824.
Title from caption and opening lines of text.
Confronting anti-canal sentiment with statistics from canal/tunnel systems in England and reports of revenue derived from the yet to be completed Erie Canal.
4, 8 pages ;
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