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OF TRADE, COMMERCE, COMMERCIAL POLITY, AGRICULTURE.
MANUFACTURES, INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, AND

GENERAL LITERATURE.

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NEW ORLEANS:
PUBLISHED AT THE OFFICE OF THE COMMERCIAL REVIEW,

No. 22 EXCHANGE PLACE-J. C. MORGAN.
CHARLESTON: GEORGE OATES. CINCINNATI: C. W. JAMES.
NEW YORK : WILEY & PUTNAM ; H. LONG & BROTHER.

Stereotyped by C. Davison & Co., 33 Gold st., N. Y.

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New Orleans, Niay 4th, 1846. Be il resolved, That this Chamber highly approves of the COMMERCIAL ReVIEW, a periodica, established in this city by J. D. B. De Bow, Esq., and recommends it to the patronage of the commercial community.

SAMUEL J. PETERS, President. Charles Briggs, Secretary. Sir: I prefix a copy of a resolution, passed unanimously at a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of this city, last evening.

Respectfully, CHARLES BRIGGS, Sec. To J. D. B. De Bow, Esq.

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Charleston, October 26th, 1846. At a meeting of the Chamber, held this evening, the following resolutions were, after a few preparatory remarks, introduced by Col. J. Gadsden, and being seconded, were adopted by the Chamber.

Resolred, That the COMMERCIAL Review, edited in New Orleans by our fellowcitizen, J. D. B. De Bow, Esq., is a work well calculated to exercise a most favorable influence on the Commercial interests of the South and West.

Resolred, That the zea) and talent with which it has been commenced, and the able articles which have appeared in its pages (as foreshadowing on the future the promises of the past), strongly recommend the Review to the patronage of the Southern community, and that the Chamber of Commerce of Charleston feel gratified at the opportunity of presenting to the public this testimony in its favor.

On motion of A. Moise, jr., Esq.,

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to Mr. De Bow, and that they be published in the daily newspapers of the city. Extract from the minutes.

WILLIAM B. HERIOT, Secrelary.

SOUTHERN RAILROAD CONVENTION.

Columbia, S. C., May, 1816. On motion of A. G. Summer, Esq.,

Resoired, That it is with pleasure we learn our laie fellow-citizen, J. D. B. De Bow, Esq., now of New Orleans, hereafter intends to devote a large portion of the COMMERCIAL Review to the railroad interest in the South; we therefore heartily recommend that work to the patronage of those persons interested in such enierprises.

DE BOW'S COMMERCIAL REVIEW ;

A MONTHLY JOURNAL OF TRADE, AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, COMMERCIAL POLITY, MANUFACTURES, INTERNAL IM

PROVEMENTS, &c.

Published Monthly, in the City of New Orleans.

Terms $5 per Annum, in advance.

Advocating the interests of the South and West, the CJMERCIAL REVIEW will

Dot be the less mindful of the greai interests oi TRADE, COMMERCE AND AGRI. CULTURE throughout the World--Commerce in its various and multiform relations--in its History, its Laws, and iis Statistics; Commercial comincilitie; regulations of Trade, inter-State and inter- National; 'Treaties; Foreign and Domestic Tariffs, Excises and Posts; Marine relations; Enterprises of Commerce, in SHIPPING, Canals, RAILROADS ani STEAM NAVIGATION, etc.; Mercantile Systems, Codes, Laws and Decisions, ancient as well as modern , Banking Insurance, Exchange, Parinership, Factorage, Guaranty, Brokerage, Bankruptcy, Wreck, Salvage, Freights, Privatvering, Marque and Reprisal, Piracy, Quarantine and Custom House Regulations, etc., etc.; COMMERCAL. LITERATURE AND BIOGRAPHY.

PROSPECTUS TO THE THIRD AND FOURTH VOLUMES.

This work has been regularly published nearly two years. Its success has been signal throughout the whole SOUTHERN AND WESTERN COUNTRY, and is subscription list steadily and rapidly increased there and in oiher sections of the Union. In this brief period it has gained a larger circulation than any oth-s Southern work, and the strongest influence. Complimentary letters and notices have been received from every source, even the very highesi, as could be shown did space permit. The COMMERCIAL REVIEW has advocaied and upheld the

Commerce and Agriculture of the Southern and Western States, and exhibited from time to time their complete

STATISTICS, in sach a manner as could not but have secured the best resulis. The papers which bave appeared upon Sugar and upon Cotton, upon Tobacco and Rice, and MANOFACTURES, upon THE PROGRESS Of Our COMMEUCIAL RELATIONS with all nations, and upon Mexico, may be stated as examples. Indeed, this has been admitted from many sources. Although devoted in iis airns to the developinent and exhibition of the

Resources of the South and West, the Commercial Review neglects no view of

American and European Industry and Enterprise, in every department, and must be of equal value to AMER.CAN Citizens wherever they are found. Is there a section of the union, too. 01 an interest which has no concern with the progress and resources of the GREA [ WEST, of which the Commercial Review is the faithful exponent?

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