Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Circular, 29 Apr 1808, "Albert Gallatin Treasury Dept. re. inspecting cargoes landed at a distant port distant
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Circular, 29 Apr 1808, "Albert Gallatin Treasury Dept. re. inspecting cargoes landed at a distant port distant


"Albert Gallatin Treasury Dept. re. inspecting cargoes landed at a port distant from the customs office, giving a great deal of discretion to the district collector for monitoring embargo compliance. Export of furs and pelts is forbidden, but British traders are indulged in their commerce with Indians"