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Bache, Benjamin Franklin
Citizen of the United States
Coxe, Tench
Member of the Society of Artists and Manufacturers of Philadelphia
Tench Coxe
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Ebenezer Hazard Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Force, Peter (1790-1868)
James Madison Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Sargent, Epes (1813-1880)
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
United States. Department of the Treasury
William Duane Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Addition, of december 1818, to the memoir, of february and august 1817, on the subject of the cotton culture, the cotton commerce, and the cotton manufacture of the united states
Address to an assembly of the friends of american manufactures, convened for the purpose of establishing a society for the encouragement of manufactures and the useful arts read in the university of pennsylvania, on thursday the 9th of august 1787
address to the citizens of Pennsylvania, on the situation of our country, connected with the public conduct of James Ross, a candidate for the governmental chair of Pennsylvania, 1808:, An
Brief examination of lord sheffield's observations on the commerce of the united states of america in seven numbers, with two supplementary notes on american manufactures
Commercial pamphlets.
Coxe family papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Enquiry into the principles on which a commercial system for the united states of america should be founded to which are added some political observations connected with the subject
Essay on the manufacturing interest of the united states with remarks on some passages contained in the report of the committee of commerce and manufactures
Examination of the conduct of great britain respecting neutrals
Exposition of some facts relative to the personal conduct and business of the office of tench coxe, purveyor of public supplies
federalist, The : containing some strictures upon a pamphlet entitled The pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency examined and charges against John Adams refuted, which pamphlet was first published in the Gazette of the United States in a series of essays under the signature of Phocion.
important statement of facts, relative to the invalidity of the pretensions formerly made upon the Pennsylvania lands, by the unincorporated companies of Connecticut claimants, and by those who claimed under those companies; in a letter from the secretary of the Land-office, to the Pennsylvania commissioners, intended to evince the liberality of the government and landholders of Pennsylvania, in the act of the 4th of April, 1799, and the releases of 120 to 180,000 acres under the same., An
Observations on the agriculture, manufactures and commerce of the United States in a letter to a member of Congress
Plan for encouraging agriculture and increasing the value of farms in the midland and more western counties of pennsylvania applicable to several other parts of that state, and to many parts of the united states
Report of the case of the commonwealth vs. Tench Coxe, Esq., on a motion for a mandamus, in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
Some information repecting America collected by Thomas Cooper, late of Manchester.
Strictures upon the letter imputed to Mr. Jefferson, addressed to Mr. Mazzei.
Tench Coxe papers
Thoughts concerning the Bank of North America with some fact relating to such establishments in other countries, respectfully submitted to the Honourable the General Assembly of Pennsylvania
Thoughts on the subject of naval power in the United States of America and on certain means of encouraging and protecting their commerce and manufactures
Treasury Department, May 12th, 1791. (Circular) Sir, I am instructed by the Secretary of the Treasury, to transmit you the enclosed form of a return of outward tonnage, which he desires to have made up at each custom-house in the United States.
View of the united states of america. in a series of papers written at various times between the years 1787 and 1794