1808.058: Address on encouraging Agriculture and Domestic Manufactures.

Published: 1808

Full Title: An address to the people of the United States on the importance of encouraging agriculture and domestic manufactures: tending to shew by a due encouragement of these essential interests, the nation will be rendered more respectable abroad and more prosperous at home. Together with an account of the improvements in sheep at Arlington, the native sheep of Smith's Island, and the plans proposed of extending this valuable race of animals for the benefit of the country at large. By George W. P. Custis. of Arlington House, in the District of Columbia.

Author: Custis, George Washington Parke (1781-1857).

Place Issued: Alexandria

Issuing Press: Samuel Snowden

Description: 44 pgs.; 20 cm. (12mo).


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