Annual Report of the Corporation of the Chamber of Commerce, of the State of New York, for the Year ..., Volume 53

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Press of the Chamber of Commerce, 1911
 

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Contents

Imports Exports and ReExports of Coin and Bullion 157
157
Foreign Imports at the Port of New York 160
160
Domestic Exports from 161
161
Foreign Exports from 162
162
Balance of Trade calendar years 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 163
163
Number of American and Foreign Vessels with their Tonnage which Entered into and Cleared from the Ports of the State of New York 164
164
Number Tonnage etc which Entered the Port of New York and the Countries from which they arrived 166
166
Number Tonnage etc which Departed from the Port of New York and the Countries for which they Cleared 169
169
Recapitulation of the Entrances and Clearances of American Vessels at the Port of New York 172
172
Recapitulation of the Entrances and Clearances of Foreign Vessels at the Port of New York 173
173
Number and Tonnage of Vessels engaged in the Foreign Trade of the United States from the year 1890 to June 30 1910 174
174
Tonnage of the United States from the year 1890 to June 30 1910 176
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Distribution of the Tonnage of the United States 177
177
Tonnage of the State of New York 178
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Number and Tonnage of Vessels belonging to the Northern Lake Ports of the lnited States 179
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Shipbuilding in the State of New York 180
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Transportation on the Canals of the State of New York 181
181
Public Debt of the State of New York 182
182
Public Debt of the United States from July 1 1885 to July 1 1910 183
183
Classification of the Public Debt of the United States on the 31st of December 1910 184
184
Coinage of the United States 185
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Bars Manufactured at the Mints and Assay Offices for the year ending June 30 1910 186
186
The National Banks of the United States 187
187
Population of the United States and of the State and City of New York 188
188
Railroad Freight in Manhattan Island
215
Domestic Shipments of Coal 1910
216

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