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" Of all the American plantations, his Majesty has none so apt for the building of shipping as New England ; nor none comparably so qualified for the breeding of seamen, not only by reason of the natural industry of that people, but, principally, by reason... "
Report on the Principal Fisheries of the American Seas - Pagina 134
1853 - 317 pagina’s
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A Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States of America ...

Timothy Pitkin - 1835 - 600 pagina’s
...qualified for the breeding of seamen, not only, by reason of the natural industry of that people, but, principally, by reason of their cod and mackerel fisheries ; and in my opinion, there is nothing more prejudicial, and in prospect, more dangerous to any mother kingdom,...
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American Quarterly Review, Volume 17

1835
...nothing," says Sir Josiah Child (1670,) " more prejudicial, and in prospect more dangerous, to any kingdom, than the increase of shipping in her colonies, plantations, or provinces." Upon this principle our mother country acted, and by this she drove into independence her unwilling...
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American Quarterly Review, Volume 17

Robert Walsh - 1835
...nothing," says Sir Josiah Child (1670,) " more prejudicial* and in prospect more dangerous, to any kingdom, than the increase of shipping in her colonies, plantations, or provinces." Upon this principle our mother country acted, and by this she drove into mdependence her unwilling...
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Memoir of Samuel Slater: The Father of American Manufactures

George Savage White - 1836 - 448 pagina’s
...seamen, not only by reason of the natural industry of that people, but principally by reason of their fisheries ; and in my poor opinion, there is nothing...kingdom, than the increase of shipping in her colonies." Such was their condition, that if they made a hat, or a piece of steel, an act of parliament calls...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 5

1841
...qualified for the breeding of seamen, not only by reason of the natural industry of the people, but principally by reason of their cod and mackerel fisheries ; and in my opinion there is nothing more prejudicial, and in prospect more dangerous to any mother kingdom, than...
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The North American Review, Volume 57

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1843
...qualified for the breeding of seamen, not only by reason of the natural industry of that people, but principally by reason of their cod and mackerel fisheries...colonies, plantations, or provinces." Sir Josiah Child, though alarmed too much, probably, at what then was, still saw with a prophet's eye what was to be....
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The North American Review, Volume 57

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1843
...qualified for the breeding of seamen, not only by reason of the natural industry of that people, but principally by reason of their cod and mackerel fisheries...colonies, plantations, or provinces." Sir Josiah Child, though alarmed too much, probably, at what then was, still saw with a prophet's eye what was to be....
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De Bow's Review, Volume 2

1847
...Europe." Now began the parent's jealousy of the offspring. Nothing, it was said in Parliament, nothing is more, prejudicial, and in prospect more dangerous...kingdom than the increase of shipping in her colonies. The only use of colonies, added Lord Sheffield, is the monopoly of their consumption and the carriage...
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Success in life, a book for young men

Success - 1851 - 332 pagina’s
...qualified for the breeding of seamen, not only by reason of the natural industry of the people, but principally by reason of their cod and mackerel fisheries; and in my opinion there is nothing more prejudicial, and in prospect more dangerous to any mother kingdom, than...
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De Bow's Review of the Southern and Western States, Volume 9

1850
...send thither, nor any money."* "Nothing, nothing," declared their statesmen in parliament, "can be more prejudicial, and in prospect more dangerous to...kingdom, than the increase of shipping in her colonies." One of the earliest acts of British jealousy and restriction was in 1730. and was aimed against the...
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