Checklist of United States Public Documents, 1789-1909, Third Edition Revised and Enlarged, Volume 1, Lists of Congressional and Departmental Publications Page: 445
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no. 1 3. 2d CENSUS, 1800-Continued
I3.5: Final volumes
(nos.) I[Book 1] Return of whole number of persons within the several districts
of United States, according to act providing for 2d census or enumeration
of inhabitants of United States, passed Feb. 28, 1800.
Printed by order of House of Representatives. [Washington,
1801.] 2 1.+34+p.f- [Includes also page numbered 12*.
Pages are unnumbered after p. 34. These unnumbered pages,
except last, are lettered 2A-2R (J being omitted) and have
printed inscription: Duane, printer. Letter of transmittal from
Department of State is dated Dec. 8, 1801, and signed by James
Madison. Schedule for Tennessee, mentioned as not received in
letter of transmittal dated Dec. 8, 1801, is included, bearing date
Dec. 22, 1801. At end is a corrected schedule for Maryland,
dated Dec. 21, 1801.]
Same. Washington City, printed at Apollo Press by Wm. Duane &
Son, 1802. +9-88, p. 1 folded tab. 8 [The corrected schedule
for Maryland, dated Dec. 21, 1801, which in the original folio print
appears at the end, is in this reprint inserted after the Maryland
schedule, being p. 67 and 68 of the reprint.]
I4. 3d CENSUS, 1810
14.1: Annual reports
(date) [None issued.]
1 4.2: General publications
(CT) [None issued.]
I 4.3: Bulletins
(nos.) [None issued.]
I 4.4: Circulars
(nos.) [None issued.]
I 4.5: Final volumes
(nos.) [Book 1] Aggregate amount of each description of persons within United
States of America and Territories thereof, agreeably to actual enumeration
made according to law, in year 1810. [Washington,
1811.] 180 p. f
[Book 2] Statement of arts and manufactures of America, exhibiting: I.
Collection of facts, evincing their benefactions to agriculture,
commerce, navigation, and fisheries, and their subserviency to
public defense, with an indication of certain existing modes of
conducting them, peculiarly important to United States; II.
Collection of additional facts, tending to show practical foundation,
actual progress, condition, and establishment of American
arts and manufactures, and their connection with wealth and
strength of United States; together with-One series of tables of
the several branches of American manufactures, exhibiting them
by States, Territories, and districts, so far as they were returned
in reports of marshals and of secretaries of Territories and their
respective assistants, in autumn of year 1810; together with similar
returns of certain doubtful goods, productions of soil, and
agricultural stock, so far as they have been reported; and another-Series
of tables of the several branches of American manufactures,
exhibiting them in every county of the Union, so far as
they were returned in reports of marshals and of secretaries of
Territories and their respective assistants, in autumn of year
1810; which tables were prepared in execution of an instruction
of Albert Gallatin, Secretary of Treasury, given by bim in obedience
to resolution of Congress of 19th day of March, 1812.
[Washington] May 30, 1813. 233 p. 4 * [Garfield's report and
Lunt's Key to publications of U. S. Census, Boston, 1888, say
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