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The Land We Live In:
Historical, Geographical And Statistical;
A Full And Comprehewsive Review
Of The Progress, Present Condition, Commercial. Railroad, Manufacturing And Industrial Re
The American Confederacy.
The United States—Historical, Commercial and Political.
The States aDd Territories, (each by itself,) Geographical, Statistical and Industrial.
Full Description; Statistics of the Principal Cities and Towns, showing their Resources, Manufacturing, Commercial,
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R. S.Mathews, , Esq., Baltimore.
From the Hon. Judge Le Grand, Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals.
Sir :—I have had exhibited to me some of the proof sheets of the work you propose to publish, showing the Growth
and Progress of this Republic, Historical, Commercial, and Industrial. I take pleasure in saying that the examination I
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our whole people. The part of it which I have seen has been compiled with great fulness and accuracy of detail I
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valuable auxiliary to their present stock of knowledge. With respect, your obedient servant.
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From the Hon.Honorable A, P.Sutler, , U.S. Senator for S.C.
In the foregoing recommendation of Judge Le Grand I cordially concur.
A. P.Butler, .
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ure in saying that it promises to be a valuable and useful work. A comprehensive view of the resources of the Ameri-
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Thomas J.Rusk, .
Front his Excellency, Gov. Wise, of Virginia.
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Henry A.Wise, .
From the Hon.Honorable Thomas H.Benton, , Senator for thirty years from Missouri.
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business, pro perity and happiness of the people of this wide-extended nation. I wish you much success in your enter-
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