Twenty-one golden rules to depress agriculture, impede the progress of manufactures, paralize commerce, impair national resources, produce a constant fluctuation in the value of every species of property, and blight and blast the bounties of nature, how bounteously soever lavished on a country. : In a word, to cripple a great nation, and arrest its career to those high destinies for which God and nature intended it. : To which is annexed, a copious appendix, containing fifty-one substantial reasons against any alteration whatever, of the existing tariff
Salem [MA] :
Re-printed by Warwick Palfray, Jun.,
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