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Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Boston, 1815). Private and Special Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1822-1830 (Boston, 1837).

. The Colonial Laws of Massachusetts, with supplements 1660-1672 (Boston, 1889).

Acts and Resolves of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay (Boston, 1869), I, III.

Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in
New England (Boston, 1853), Vol. I, II, III, IV, V.
Laws of New Hampshire, Province Period, 1702-1745 (Concord,

1913), II.

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of the Legislature (Albany, 1805).

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Raleigh, 1890).

Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, 1824).

Statutes at Large of Pennsylvania (Vols. II, III, XII, XIII, Har

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The Statutes at Large; being a collection of all the Laws of Virginia (Vols. I, II, and VI, ed. by Wm. H. Hening, New York, 1823).


Abbott, Edith. Women in Industry (New York, 1910).
Ames, Herman V. Some Peculiar Laws and Customs of Colonial
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gin of Commerce (Dublin, 1790).

Babcock, Kendrick C. The Rise of American Nationality, 18111819 (New York, 1906, Vol. XIII of the American Nation Series).

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Beard, C. A. An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States (New York, 1913).

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The History of Political parties in the Province of New York, University of Wisconsin Bulletin, No. 286 (Madison, 1909).

Betts, Richard K. Carpenters' Hall and Its Historic Memories (rev. ed., published by the Company, Philadelphia, 1893). Copy of pamphlet is in Wisconsin Historical Library Collection.

Bishop, J. L. A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860 (3d ed., rev. and enlarged, Vols. I, II, III and IV, Philadelphia, 1868).

Bogart, E. L. The Economic History of the United States (New

York, 1907).

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The secondary sources for this period are very meagre. A history of. the Working Men's party in New York was written by one of its most prominent leaders, George Henry Evans, and published in a monthly magazine (The Radical, 18411843, "History of the Working Men's Party "). Another by Hobart Berrian is entitled The Origin and Rise of the Working Men's Party (Washington, n. d., ca. 1841). John B. McMaster treats of the workingmen's movement in his History of the People of the United States (New York, 1900), volume V, 84-108, but he attaches too much significance to the "intellectuals" in the movement. George E. McNeill in his The

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