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SOUTH AND WEST.
A MONTHLY JOURNAL
OF TRADE, COMMERCE, COMMERCIAL POLITY, AGRICULTURE.
No. 22 EXCHANGE PLACE-J. C. MORGAN.
Stereotyped by C. Davison & Co., 83 Gold st., N. Y.
NEW ORLEANS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
New Orleans, May 4th, 1846.
SAMUEL J. PETERS, President.
Respectfully, CHARLES BRIGGS, S.C.
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
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.
Resolved, 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.
Resolved, That the zeal 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 gracified 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, Secretary.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD CONVENTION.
Columbia, S. C., May, 1846. On motion of A. G. Summer, Esq.,
Resolved, That it is with pleasure we learn our late 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 heariily recommend that work to the patronage of those persons interested in such enterprises.
VOLS. I. & II. OF THE COMMERCIAL REVIEW.
JANUARY, 1846—JANUARY, 1847.
BY THE EDITOR. Position Commercial Review, v. i., 1. Agricultural Associations, v. i., 161. Convention of South and West, v. i., 7. International Rights, Peace and War, Miss, and Atlantic Railroad, v. i., 21. v. i., 193. Home and Foreign Grain Market, v. i., The Cotton Plant, v. i., 289. 33.
The State of Louisiana, v. i., 380. New Orleans and Charleston, v. i., 44. Importance of Statistics, v.'i., 465. The Mississippi, v. i., 51.
Indian Corn, v. i., 465. The Consular System, v. i., 56. Marine Insurance, v. ii., 1.
The Warehousing Policy, v. i., 61. American Legislation, Science, Art, and * Oregon and California, v. i., 64.
Agriculture, v. ii., 75, Post Office Reform, v. i., 69.
Coins, Weights, and Measures, v. ii., History of Commerce, v. i., 97.
283. Morse's Magnetic Telegraph, v. i., 132. Moral Advance of New Orleans, v. ii., Commercial Polity, v. i., 141.
348. Cities of the Miss. and Ohio, v. i., 145. Progress of American Commerce, v. ii, Commerce of the Lakes, v. i., 158.
367. By Hon. Joel R. POINSETT, of South Carolina. The Mexican War, v. ii., 21.
Mexico and the Mexicans, v. ii., 164. The Republic of Mexico, v. ii., 27. Our Army in Mexico, v. ii., 429.
By ROBERT GREENHOW, State Department, Washington, D. C. Expedition St. Denis to Mexico. v. ii., Abrogation Treaties by War, v. ii., 215.
245. By Hon. B. F. PORTER, of Alabama. Sources of Louisiana Law, v. i., 374. Pledge or Mortgage, v. ii., 224. Elementa Juris Civilis, v. ii., 24. The Civil Law, v. ii., 243. Utility, Studies, &c., Legal Profession, Slavery, Ancient and Modern, v. ii., 351. v. ii., 142.
Sealed Instruments, v. ii., 431.
By J. P. BENJAMIN, New Orleans. Blockade, v. i., 498.
Louisiana Sugar, v. ii., 322.
By E. J. FORSTALL, New Orleans. Louisiana Sugar, v. i., 53.
French Colonial Records, v. i., 473. Antiquities of Louisiana, v. i., 238. Louisiana, v. i., 519. French Colonial Records, v. i., 357. Commercial Spirit of the South, by Col. J. GADSDEN, Charleston, S. C., v. ii., 119. The Rice Plant, by R. F. W. ALLSTON, of South Carolina, v. i., 320.
The Bill of Exchange and Bill of Lading, Hon. Geo. Eustis, New Orleans, v. i., 534.
v. ii., 439.
Atlantic and Miss. Railroad, v. i., 21. Art and Agriculture, v. ii., 96.
Authors, Protection of, v. ii., 95.
Society of Louisiana, v. i., 161. Admiralty Courts, v. ii., 179.
Baltimore, Trade of, v. i., 79; v. ii., 412.
v. i., 6.
v. ji., 64.
Buffalo, N. Y., v. i., 159.
Baton Rouge Fair, v. i., 162.
Banks of New Orleans, v. i., 174.
Bank Stocks, v. i., 373.
Notes and Specie, v. ii., 287.
Banks in U. S., v. i., 287.
Boston, Commerce of, v. i., 185, 483; 5.
Belligerents, Duties of, v. i., 216.
British Cotton Trade, v. i., 312.
to 1812, v. ii., 375. Provinces, their trade, v. ii., 390.
to 1846, v. ii., 381. Burr's Plot, v. i., 407.
Barter, v. ii., 285.
Balances of Trade, v. ii., 372.
Buckwheat Crop, U. S., v. ii., 116. Civilizing effects of Commerce, v. i.,
Colonial Law of Spain, v. i., 120.
Chicago, Ill., v. i., 158.
Cleveland, Ohio, v. i., 159.
Chamber of Commerce, N. O., v. i.
Cuba, Custom House, v. i., 180.
commerce of, v. i., 181.
of Antiquity, v. i., 97. Contracts under Law of Nations, v. i.
Confiscation in War, v. i., 211.
Chagres, steamers to, v. i., 264
14; Report on Memphis Memorial, v. Corporations, v. i., 511.
Crabgrass, v. ii., 137.
Coal trade, v. ii., 210.
ber of Commerce, v. i., 449 ; rates, 354.
Coins, ancient and Modern, v. ii., 299.
West India, v. ii., 305.
consumed in U. S., v. ii., 315.
Debts of the States, v. i., 82.
history and trade of, v. i., 654 Detroit, v. ii., 158.
73; imported into Europe, v. i., 74; Domicile in war, v. i., 217.
popular errors in, v. ii., 528.
Expedition from St. Denis to Mexico,
Foreign, v. i., 82. Evaporation sugar pans, v. ii., 341.
285; trade with U. S., v. ii., 395. Editor's note, v. i., 288, 384, 545; iing
219, 282, 366.
French edition Review, v. ii.