Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Circular, 29 Apr 1808, "Albert Gallatin Treasury Dept. re. inspecting cargoes landed at a distant port distant
Description
Item Type
Circulars
Description
"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"
Date of Publication
29 Apr 1808
Collection
Original records held at the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library.
Language of Item
English
Copyright Statement
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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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"