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" Fe established a tariff of his own, entirely arbitrary, exacting five hundred dollars for each wagon-load, whether large or small, of fine or coarse goods! Of course this was very advantageous to such traders as had large wagons and costly assortments,... "
History of New Mexico: From the Spanish Conquest to the Present Time, 1530 ... - Page 149
by Helen Haines - 1891 - 631 lehte
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 11. köide

1844
...established a tariff of his own, entirely arbitrary, exacting five hundred dollars for each wagon-load, whether large or small, of fine or coarse goods. Of...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Arancel general of the nation. How much of...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 11. köide

1844
...established a tariff of his oten, entirely arbitrary, exacting five hundred dollars for each wagon-load, whether large or small, of fine or coarse goods. Of...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Arancel general of the nation. How much of...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 11. köide

1844
...large wagons and costly assortments, while it was no less onerous to those with smaller vehicles, er coarse, heavy goods. As might have been anticipated, the traders soon took to convey, ing their merchandise only in the largest wagons, drawn by ten or twelve mules, and omitting...
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Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader, During Eight ...

Josiah Gregg - 1845
...established a tariff of his own, entirely arbitrary, — exacting five hundred dollars for each wagon-load, whether large or small — of fine or coarse goods...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Arancel general of the nation. How much of...
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Commerce of the Prairies, 1. köide

Josiah Gregg - 1845
...course this was very advantageous to such traders as had large wagons and costly assortments, wlule it was no less onerous to those with smaller vehicles...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Arancel general of the nation. How much of...
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Commercial tariffs and regulations, resources, and trade, of the ..., 2. köide

1846 - 1427 lehte
...of fine or coarse goods. Of course, this was very advantageous to such traders as had large waggons and costly assortments, while it was no less onerous...to conveying their merchandise only in the largest waggons, drawn by ten or twelve mules, and omitting the coarser and more weighty articles of trade....
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Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader ..., 1. köide

Josiah Gregg - 1849
...established a tariff of his own, entirely arbitrary, — exacting five hundred dollars for each wagon-load, whether large or small — of fine or coarse goods...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Aranccl general of the nation. How much of...
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Commerce of the Prairies: or, The journal of a Santa Fe trader ..., 1. köide

Josiah Gregg - 1850
...course tliis was very advantageous to such traders as had large wagons and costly assortments, wliile it was no less onerous to those with smaller vehicles...been anticipated, the traders soon took to conveying thek merchandise only in the largest wagons, drawn by ten or twelve mules, and omitting the coarser...
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Scenes and Incidents in the Western Prairies: During Eight Expeditions, and ...

Josiah Gregg - 1856
...course this was very advantageous to such traders as had large wagons and costly assortments, wliile it was no less onerous to those with smaller vehicles...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Arancel general of the nation. How much of...
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Scenes and incidents in the western prairies: during eight ..., 1–2. köide

Josiah Gregg - 1857
...this was very advantageous to such traders as had large wagons and costly assortments, while it was QO less onerous to those with smaller vehicles or coarse...articles of trade. This caused the governor to return to an ad valorem system, though still without regard to the Arancel general of the nation. How much of...
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